After beginning his career at IBM, Chuks spent almost a decade in key engineering roles building Nokia’s flagship smartphone software. He moved to Seattle in 2011 just after the Microsoft acquisition, and has remained in the pacific northwest where he now calls home with his family. Chuks co-founded Pillsy after his own family’s experience with the healthcare system and conversations with friends led him to believe he could use his technical and entrepreneurial skills to make a meaningful impact in healthcare. He also founded and runs The Friends of Queen Anne Tech & Entrepreneur group. He holds a B.Sc. degree in Computer Science and Engineering with honors from The University of Texas at Arlington.