|University of Virginia, BS||1998|
|McIntire School of Commerce|
The Wall Street Journal
Daniel R. Odio is CEO and co-founder of Socialize, Inc.
Socialize is a cloud-based, turn-key social service distributed through APIs and SDKs with a focus on mobile integration. There are massive communities of users hiding inside each mobile app. Socialize is the first platform to leverage each appâ€™s interest-graph, â€œturning on the lightsâ€ and letting passionate users rally around the appâ€™s core content.
Socialize also created AppMakr, the largest Do It Yourself mobile app creation platform for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone apps. AppMakr is used by brands like PBS, Newsweek, PGA TOUR, Harvard Business Review, US Congress, MacLife, Accenture and thousands of others. Over 1.5% of all apps in the iTunes App Store were created using AppMakr.
Previously, Daniel earned his Series 22 & 63 securities licenses and real estate brokerâ€™s license to start CardÃ©a Commercial Real Estate Advisors, a commercial real estate brokerage specializing in tax-efficient real estate investments, and DROdio Real Estate, Inc, a residential real estate brokerage. Daniel also served on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Association of REALTORS and his real estate endeavors were featured on the cover of the The Wall Street Journalâ€™s Marketplace section in July 2004.
Prior to real estate, Daniel was the VP, Sales of AcceleratedServers, a Beowulf supercomputing cluster company whose customers included the Department of Defense and Paramount Pictures.
Daniel has been featured on CNN, CNBC, TLC, Forbes, BBC and many other publications for his innovative use of technology in industries ranging from real estate to computer servers and mobile phones.
Daniel was a member of General Electricâ€™s Technical Leadership Program. Daniel worked for GE in Latin America, including Brazil and Argentina. Daniel graduated from the University of Virginia with a BS in Commerce, speaks Spanish and Portuguese, and resides in San Francisco, CA with his wife.