Carvell Wallace has a unique and extensive background combining non-profit, arts, social innovation and tech disciplines, and his work centers on combining the best practices of startup and non-profit to make truly creative products. He is the founder and product lead for Vibosity, a startup that develops social apps for young people to achieve social emotional health. He helped designed an education intake and assessment model for youth released from Rikers Island Detention facility in New York City. In San Francisco, he helped re-design, expand and run an employment program for middle school aged youth in Bayview/Hunters Point that focused on organic farming. He was tapped to create from scratch a wraparound re-entry support system for youth exiting long-term incarceration in San Francisco County, and later he designed, wrote curriculum for and ran the pilot for a career certificate training program for youth leaving foster care in San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, and Solano counties. More recently, he worked with the startup Rabbit on marketing, user feedback, hypothesis testing, and social media. He has also consulted with several small businesses on social media and marketing.