ToDoolie is on track to become the largest professional development pipeline in the United States. We are committed to providing equal professional development opportunities to young people regardless of their race, enthic background, religion, sex, or whether they are rich or poor, citizen or non-citizen.
Sergio G. Rodriguez-Valenzuela
I believe in an equitable world where everyone has access to financial stability. Each person I work with has the passion, ability, and determination to build something great and change the world.
I have a passion for learning how to effectively manage and run an organization. I believe that human capital is much more valuable than monetary capital. I understand the importance of product-market-fit for any product/service before scaling it. The biggest mistake founders make is that they fall in love with their solution to the problem they are trying to solve. I have learned to focus on the problem and build a data-driven business off of customer discovery and constant iterations. I have been a part of the gig economy since 2010. This helped me to learn and understand certain dynamics and interactions between a gig worker and customers. These two experiences forged the path to creating ToDoolie.
Armando Arteaga is the technical lead of ToDoolie, a technology company helping students find work opportunities and connect them too busy homeowners who want to outsource their yard work locally. He served as an Army Infantry Soldier and served for 6 years while going to school. He completed his Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from Wayne State University.
As a Veteran Entrepreneur and technical founder of ToDoolie, his passion for programming came when he wanted to create something from nothing. Armando knew he wanted to make an impact on the world and leverage the power of technology as a competitive advantage and so developed ToDoolie's mobile and web platforms.