Brandon Hill is the co-founder and CEO of Vori, the operating system for the grocery industry, that helps reduce inventory reordering time by 80%. Brandon and his founding team started Vori in 2019 and launched their first product at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, Vori has grown to serve 90% of Northern California’s natural & independent grocers and is rapidly expanding across the United States.
Before Vori, Brandon co-founded two other companies, Grio: a social media platform for authentic discussion about current events, backed by Y-Combinator; and Enza Academy: (funded by Microsoft and VMware) which provides a free computer science curriculum to low-income high school students.
Brandon has also worked at YouTube, the White House, UNICEF, and The Huffington Post. He received a bachelor's degree from Stanford University and remains an active part of that community by being a fellow at Stanford's Institute of Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence.
Brandon is passionate about the intersection of technology and social issues.