- Origin: Illinois
- Grant awarded in: 2015
What is CrisisGo?
The CrisisGo mobile app is a universal safety and communication tool for groups and organizations of any size. With the app, group members use their smart phones to communicate with all other group members and to respond to emergency situations with individualized action checklists, alert others about dangerous situations, view building maps, obtain emergency contact information, review attendance rosters and locate threatened group members with GPS technology.
James Spicuzza is the CEO of CrisisGo, a 2015 Arch Grants recipient.
James earned his degree in Accounting from Eastern Illinois University in 1978. Before joining CrisisGo, James worked in education at EdAutomate and SchoolCenter ThinqED.
Ed Renshaw is the Midwest Regional Sales Director of CrisisGo, a 2015 Arch Grants recipient.
Ed earned his degree in Education from Greenville College, and holds a J.D. from Southern Illinois University School of Law. Ed brings a background in banking, education, and law to his position with CrisisGo.