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Jennifer Mellon is the Co-Founder of Trustify, the first technology platform to connect individuals and businesses to the only nationwide network of highly-vetted, licensed private investigators. She was named one of the “100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs” by Goldman Sachs in 2017.

Prior to founding Trustify, she served as the youngest Executive Director in the 40-year history of Joint Council on International Children’s Services and served as the Program Director for the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute.

A serial entrepreneur, Jen also founded Aqua Pure Technologies and Oh My Darling Designs. She is a member of the Young Entrepreneurs Council and Forbes Communications Council. Jen is a leader with DCFemTech, a SXSW Mentor and a WeDC Ambassador. She has served on the Board of The Campagna Center and Development Board of the National Council for Adoption.

Jennifer is a fierce advocate for women and diversity in tech. She has been featured in Vice, Forbes, Inc., Fortune, Business Collective, and is a staff writer for Adoption.com. She is the recipient of the Women In Technology Entrepreneur Leadership Award, The Leadership Center for Excellence 40 Under 40 Award, Alexandria’s 40 Under 40 Award, and the Barbara Pratt Lee Heart of Gold Award. She is a graduate of Bucknell University and is completing her MBA. She resides in Alexandria, Virginia with her co-founder and husband, Danny Boice and their 5 children.

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Press Featuring Jen

  • Jen Mellon quoted in the Washingtonian: “This Crystal City Start-Up Has Beautiful Space — and Will Track Down Your Cheating Spouse”
  • Jen Mellon interviewed in We Rule: “JENNIFER MELLON: CO-FOUNDER @ TRUSTIFY”
  • Jen Mellon and Danny Boice profiled in Forbes: “How These Married Entrepreneurs Found Success And A Social Mission With Trustify”
  • Jen Mellon interviewed on the Business Collective: “Meet Jennifer Mellon, Co-Founder and CRO of Trustify”
  • Jen Mellon on diversity in Tech News World: “Trustify President Jennifer Mellon: Diversity Is Good Business”