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From Facebook to funeral plans, from photos to finances, from final words to the location of the key to the riding lawnmower, Estate Map uses robust bank-level security to help you leave behind an estate that’s easier to navigate. Like an online safe deposit box with sharing capabilities, Estate Map is your digital approach to leaving directions and avoiding dead-ends.
Simple icon-based design makes it easy and intuitive. Password changes are automatically stored using our “Autopilot” tool. You decide who gets access to which information and when – keeping everything secure until the time is right – now, if you become disabled, or after you’re gone. Download, print, and electronically share information whenever you want.
Space is limited! Only the most eager will get exclusive early access and special offers. But don’t worry, if our beta is full, we’ll be sure to give you a honk when a seat opens up.
Estate Map uses cutting-edge bank-level highly robust security configurations favored by financial institutions and other fiscal software services. The same security protecting the most sensitive and valuable assets in the world also protects your Estate Map.
Estate Map combines together SSL, multi-factor authentication, strong password enforcement, complex key relay, hashing, and salting to protect users with some of the best security technology available. The mixture of these tools helps keep your information safe.
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Joe is founder of Estate Map, an experienced estate planning and small business attorney, former corporate attorney, Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Congressional Aide, and lobbyist. He has been honored among his peers as a Super Lawyer—among the top 5% of attorneys in Minnesota; rated "AV-preeminent" with Martindale-Hubbell—the highest achievable level of professional and ethical rating; and rated “superb” with AVVO—the highest achievable category.
Joe holds a B.A. in Business, Marketing and Political Science from the University of St. Thomas, a Minnesota liberal arts college. After undergrad, Henderson worked in Washington, DC as a Congressional Legislative Assistant and as an international trade lobbyist before returning home to attend the University of Minnesota Law School, consistently ranked among the top 20 law schools in the nation. Henderson then served as Assistant Attorney General under Hubert H. Humphrey, III; an associate attorney with a Minneapolis corporate law firm; and as in-house counsel with a global financial services company before launching his first entrepreneurial endeavor with an independent law practice. In this context, Joe came to recognize an increasing need for people to have a tool to better organize, store and share information with loved ones and founded Estate Map in 2011.
He is an active St. Thomas Alumni and is honored to serve on the board of the non-profit Project for Pride in Living. Joe is the proud father of hilarious and handsome identical twin boys Emmett and Edwin, who, in addition to their mom, are his greatest joy.
Jame Mackson is a software engineer with over 14 years’ experience. He has worked for a variety of software companies including roles as chief developer with multi-million dollar implementation and development projects. He has significant experience with startups including an Atlanta-based endeavor, his own consulting business, and part ownership in a small business.
Marc is one of the pioneers of information security law and created the first information security practice at any national law firm with Kirkland & Ellis in 2000. He is founder and Managing Partner of ZwillGen PLLC, providing counsel on issues related to privacy, security, surveillance, and the increasingly complex laws governing internet practices. The 2012 client’s guide of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business recognizes him as a leader in Privacy & Data Security law. Prior to starting ZwillGen, Marc ran the Privacy and Security groups at Sonnenschein Nath and Rosenthal LLP. Earlier in his career, he prosecuted cybercrime from the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice. After receiving his J.D. from Harvard Law School, magna cum laude in 1994, Marc clerked for Judge Wolf of the U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts. He is a frequent speaker on internet security and an adjunct professor of Cybercrime at the Georgetown Law Center in Washington, D.C.
Ted has more than 22 years of broad corporate finance, treasury, turnaround, and corporate & investment banking experience. Having worked as the Corporate Treasurer for four public and private companies ranging in revenue size of $600 million to $2.5 billion and brings real world experience that can be applied to both growth and declining revenue companies. He has managed or underwritten more than $20 billion in credit facilities during his career. Ceglia holds a B.S. and M.B.A. specializing in finance from Bowling Green State University, completed the Chartered Financial Analyst program, and has received the Certified Treasury Professional certification. He was selected to the Top 300 Corporate Treasurers in America by the Association for Finance Professionals. Ceglia currently serves as Vice President and Treasurer of Bluestem Brands, a leading national multi-brand, multi-channel retailer of a broad selection of name brand and private label general merchandise under the Fingerhut and Gettington.com brands.
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John has a broad scope of experience serving at the highest level of both large and high-growth corporations and has overseen both success and challenge in a variety of business environments. His career has included positions as President and CEO of Verdant Brands; President and CEO of Rollerblade; President of Tonka International; Vice President Marketing for Pepsico; and Regional Vice President for Central and South American Regions of Pepsi-Cola International. He started in marketing and product management for General Mills. Since retiring from corporate life, John immersed himself in non-profit organization and management, co-founding No Place Like Home Communities, Inc. in 2001 to address supportive affordable housing for adults with cognitive disabilities. He serves on the Boards of Project for Pride in Living in Minneapolis, Opportunity Partners in Minneapolis, Arc Greater Twin Cities and the National Disability Institute in Washington, D.C. He has been a participant and presenter to the President’s Council on People with Intellectual Disabilities in Washington, D.C.
Chris is founder and President of Catalytic Catalog, a Minnesota company delivering web catalog strategies, technologies and designs to drive significant revenues and profits. Founded in 1996, Catalytic Catalog has created a variety of software solutions for clients ranging from book publishers through manufactures including Fortune 500 clients 3M, Dupont, General Mills, Philips and Sprint. Chris is a 1990 Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Minnesota, with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. He received his Master of Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1993. Chris began his career as an engineer for ADC Telecommunications. After MIT, he joined St. Jude Medical to design and develop manufacturing systems software used to support the manufacture of heart valves subject to FDA approval and compliance. Chris also served as Chief Technology Officer for Macromedia Technologies, where he designed and developed retail home plan design software which became the 3rd most popular title in its category.
Kate is a nationally recognized technology lawyer and a partner at Hellmuth & Johnson, PLLC in Edina, Minnesota. She provides counsel on issues related to technology licensing, privacy, intellectual property, e-commerce and other internet related issues. Kate was a systems engineer, designing and coding software applications, prior to law school. Her technology background allows her to understand her clients' technology at a level of detail that provides depth in her assessment of both the business and legal considerations for the technology agreements. She is a frequent speaker both nationally and internationally on technology law and privacy regulations. She is the author of “The Law and Business of Computer Software – 2nd Ed.” published by Thomson/West (2007-2013); and the chapter on Privacy Torts in the Minnesota Business Torts Deskbook (Minnesota CLE 2008-2013). Kate is a former linguist (including Serbo-Croatian, German, French and Spanish) and worked in military intelligence for seven years both in the military and as a civilian.
Robyne is an award-winning news broadcaster and entrepreneur. As a strategic public relations, brand development, marketing, and media strategy adviser to Estate Map, Robyne brings a heralded background that includes an Upper Midwest Emmy for Best Anchor and Minnesota Broadcaster of the Year. Prior to bringing her aggressively savvy advocacy in communications and marketing to Estate Map, Robinson was the first African American prime time anchor in Minnesota, the second African-American candidate for Lieutenant Governor and a Humphrey Fellow at the University of Minnesota. She is an entrepreneur in her own right as the head of Rox Jewelry Designs and as its lead designer. The company, which Robyne founded, sells jewelry throughout the United States and internationally. In addition, Robyne serves as the Arts & Culture Director for the MSP Airport Foundation and is closely involved with several non-profit arts organizations and the Lupus Foundation of Minnesota.
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