Jeb Ory

Jeb Ory

Jeb is the founder and CEO of Capitol Canary. Jeb, who has been featured or quoted in The New York Times, Forbes Small Business, the Chicago Tribune, Politico, and Campaigns in Elections, is a thought-leader in the civic technology industry. He’s on the selection board for Stanford University’s Social Impact Grants, an advisory member of Designing Chicago, and an alumnus of IMI Plc’s graduate development program. Jeb’s work has spanned three countries, including Singapore, Shanghai, and the United States, where he led a business unit at DCI Marketing, now a Marmon company and subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway.

Ory, who has a Bachelor of Arts in international relations from Stanford University and an MBA from Chicago Booth, has cofounded three technology companies. He lives in D.C. with his wife, Lea and his daughter, Sybil.

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