A group of tech leaders gathered on the rooftop helipad at One Thousand Museum earlier this month for a Barry’s workout to benefit charity.
Mayor Francis Suarez was among those who attended the event, which benefited the Center for Black Innovation’s Accelerator Program.
The helipad at One Thousand Museum is 700 feet above the ground, making it the highest in the U.S. outside of Los Angeles (where buildings were required to have one due to earthquakes). It is also among the highest helipads in the world.
Other notable attendees included Keith Rabois, General Partner at Founders Fund; Pete Gilligan, Chief of Staff at Founder’s Fund; Lucy Guo, Co-Founder at Scale AI; Delian Asparouhov, Principal at Founders Fund; Chip Virnig, Partner at Thoma Bravo; Jeremy Wood, Founder of OpenStore; Zach Frankel, Co-founder at Better, Candid, BOD, Ramp, Redesign Health; Healey Cypher, Partner at Atomic VC; Mike Shebat, Senior Manager, Global Product at Uber; Traba, CEO & Founder; Demian Bellumio; Miami Tech Life Founder; Kingsley Advani, Founder of Allocations, Partner at 305 Ventures; Christine Aylward, Founder & Managing Partner of Magnetic; Jason Lovell, Founder of Motion; Nihaar Sinha, Founder & CEO of Maiya; Erick Gavin, Program Manager for CFBI; Kevin Venger, Co-Developer of One Thousand Museum; Matt Haggman, EVP at Beacon Council.