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Jonathan Sposato (born March 17, 1967) is an American businessman. He is chairman and co-founder of Geekwire, an American technology news website, the CEO of the PicMonkey, and investor in companies including Pokitdok, EveryMove and Vizify. He founded, grew and sold two companies (Picnik and Phatbits) to Google.
Early life and educationEdit
The University of Washington recognized Sposato's efforts around gender equality in 2017 with its "Man of Integrity Award." And Seattle Business Magazine profiled him as one of Seattle's most influential people of 2015.
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