Mobile technology startup Washlava has named Sean Pomeroy as its new Managing Director of Higher Education. In this role, Pomeroy will work directly with the universities and educational institutions to bring Washlava’s services and innovative proprietary technology to college campuses across the country.
“Expanding our reach within higher education is a major priority for Washlava and we are thrilled to add Sean to the team,” said Todd Belveal, chief executive officer, Washlava. “Sean’s background and experience working with college and universities to develop solutions for students that enhance their overall experience will place all of Washlava in a position to succeed in our mission to integrate and implement advanced IoT technology within residence hall laundry facilities as well as to create an overall more efficient and convenient environment for students.”
Pomeroy brings with him over a decade of leadership experience, specifically focused in the sales and growth initiatives for companies such as MetLife, where he worked within university programs to develop and implement student health solutions to help campuses provide more comprehensive and attractive packages for their students. Pomeroy has also worked within the higher education administration market providing offerings that enhance data security for students. Most recently, Pomeroy was President of Adsero Group, a Tampa-based benefit solutions and comprehensive special risk management company.
Pomeroy holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Florida State University, as well as a master’s degree from the University of Miami’s Herbert School of Business.
Washlava is the laundry experience that lets customers reserve and pay for machines from their smartphones. Washlava intends to transform the self-service laundry industry through its patent-pending, smartphone-enabled technology platform and digital brand by creating a connected, convenient laundry experience for businesses and their customers. The company was founded by Todd Belveal, who previously co-founded the Austin-based, mobile-enabled car rental company, Silvercar (now owned by Audi). For more information, visit washlava.com.