Lucinda Koza on Superpeer
Founder & CEO of I-Ally, Inc. Millennial caregiver. Female founder. Advocate.
Lucinda Koza is the founder and CEO of I-Ally, a community-driven app that saves millennial family caregivers time, reduces stress, and enables informed decision-making by providing services that fulfill their unique needs. With a background both as an actor who premiered a film at the Cannes Film Festival in 2016, as well as a digital strategist who managed online content for DiversityInc, she was spurred to action when she found herself becoming her father's sole caregiver in 2018. Lacking support from every direction, she could feel herself falling through the cracks of the system. She decided to dedicate her life's mission to advocating for the invisible family caregiver labor force, using her talent in storytelling and digital strategy to craft a technological solution for millennial family caregivers to create community and utilize shared resources. Since founding I-Ally, Mrs. Koza has been named a Hero of the COVID Crisis by Authority Magazine and Thrive Global; a Visionary Voice by All Raise Org, won honorable mention in the Lyfebulb-Orexo Innovation Challenge, had an interview published in Founded by Women: The Book, and was selected to exhibit at TC Sessions: Justice 2021 as part of the TechCrunch Include Founder Cohort 2020 - 2021. Mrs. Koza is still a devoted family caregiver to her father, as well as a member of the TIME'S UP Care Economy Business Council.