Anyone who goes here knows that Wesleyan has no shortage of exceptional students. Just recently, Wesleying caught up with one who is making serious waves in the tech community. Read on to learn about HushCal and JóòMah, two revolutionary ideas with potential to change the world.
I met up with Kwaku Akoi ’14 at 9am on Wednesday morning in Pi Cafe, an hour before his Classic French Comics class. Originally from Ghana, Akoi actually spent most of his high school career at the Westminster School in Simsbury, Connecticut, which is only 45 minutes north of Middletown. Here at Wesleyan, he is majoring in Economics and French, so when people learn about his true passion, it always comes as a bit of a surprise.
“I love Software Design. And I do a little bit of Programming.”
Akoi is tall, thin, and well spoken. As we talked, a few people approached him, gave him nods or high fives, and then continued on towards their coffee and bagels.
Last February, Akoi started a company, called RevioSync, which consists of Wesleyan students and a business partner at Microsoft Corporation. When I asked Akoi who this partner or what he did, he told me that he couldn’t disclose that information.
“Alright,” I said. “Can I just call him Morpheus?”