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Brian Le Gette is a multi-industry serial entrepreneur with startup ventures in consumer apparel (www.180s.com), international medical laboratory accreditation, and organic urban greenhouse farming. One of his current companies, ZeroChroma (www.zerochroma.com), co-founded with David Reeb, creates unique, highly-functional, mobile electronics’ cases for smartphones, e-readers and tablet devices, such as the iPad. Simultaneous to starting ZeroChroma, Mr. Le Gette, co-founded Big City Farms www.bigcityfarms.com with a group of Baltimore entrepreneurs. Big City Farms seeks to create a network of interconnected, city-wide, urban-greenhouse-farming operations in cities across the U.S., beginning in Baltimore, MD.
His first company, 180s, was named the 9th fastest growing privately held company in the U.S. (Inc. 500) and the #1 fastest growing privately-held, inner-city company in the country (Inc. 100) under his leadership in 2004.
Mr. Le Gette has spent the last decade as a board member, director or trustee of several educational and philanthropic institutions including: Sheppard Pratt Health Systems, Baltimore School for the Arts, Living Classrooms Foundation, Baltimore’s Emerging Technology Center, the Center for Emerging Media, and the Clark School of Engineering, at UMCP. He is also the co-founder of the b4students foundation, a long-term, work-based mentoring program targeting at-risk, inner-city youth in Baltimore, that recently merged with Big Brothers and Big Sisters. He is currently focused on issues surrounding ex-offender reintegration.
Le Gette has an MBA from the Wharton School and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland.