Amanda Krantz

Amanda is the Founder and CEO of tech startup DohJe, whose app provides patients with a simple way to thank their nurses, doctors and other healthcare heroes. Major hospitals across the nation are recognizing the power of gratitude to improve staff morale and reduce attrition. Patients love using DohJe and caregivers love their DohJe gratitude lockers.

Prior to founding DohJe, Amanda used lean startup principles and creative partnerships to get products to market quickly in VC funded tech startups (Radar and KnowNow), large corporations (AOL & AT&T), and as a professional drummer in a touring rock band. Her life and product philosophy can be summed up as “Go as far as you can see. When you get there, you can see farther.”

She began her career as an Air Force Officer assigned to NASA. After sending a few satellites into space, she was selected to coach NCAA women’s tennis at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Amanda holds a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from Harvard Business School.