|Tobey has been a Managing Partner with Pioneer Venture Partners since 1998
Tobey Bryant, Managing Partner of Kirkland, WA based Pioneer Ventures, has joined the Board of Directors for Prepared Response, Inc., the nation’s leading innovator of emergency preparedness and crisis management solutions.
“Tobey is an excellent addition to the board being a passionate supporter of education and campus safety,” said Prepared Response CEO Jim Finnell. “She is a savvy communicator and represents a role on the board for our customers and their needs.”
Tobey has been a Managing Partner with Pioneer Venture Partners since 1998 working with early stage technology companies in the Seattle area. Tobey has also been actively involved in the education industry as a previous middle school teacher, PTSA president, founder of BCBF (Bellevue Clubs for Bellevue Fields) and was Chair of Bellevue Quality Schools where she was responsible for the passage of a $750 million dollar levy and bond effort for the Bellevue School District. She has recently joined the Bellevue Schools Foundation Board supporting academic initiatives and other programs in the Bellevue School District. Tobey graduated from Whitman College and loves to ski and play tennis. She lives with her husband Pete and their three children in Medina, WA.
"As a parent and advocate for school safety I am excited to join the Prepared Response Board. I am extremely pleased with the work Prepared Response has done within my children’s school district and others across the country. It is prudent that they continue to increase school safety and security for kids and staff across the nation.”
The company’s product, Rapid Responder®, provides instant secure access to site specific emergency preparedness and response information, enabling facility owners, first responders and other community stakeholders to act quickly, decisively and safely during man-made or natural emergencies. Rapid Responder is deployed in 28 U.S. States and in Canada, used by over 1,200 public safety agencies and accessed by more than 16,000 end users.