Like many brides, repeatedly checking the weather forecast in the weeks leading up to her wedding became a necessary ritual. The day before her wedding, it was 25 degrees and sunny. The day of her wedding, it was 15 degrees and torrential rain. While no one can control the weather, she thought there should be a better way to predict it, and soon started working on a solution with Co-Founder Scott.
When she is not trying to dodge the rain, she leads the Research team at a boardroom advisory firm in London. She has a Philosophy, Psychology, and Physiology degree from Oxford University, and an MSc in Social Policy from the London School of Economics.
She got married in October 2018.
Scott has significant experience working on cloud-based technologies, and has a background in climate physics from his studies at Oxford University. He is all too aware of the changeable nature of British weather: he is Welsh, his partner is Scottish, and they were married in Edinburgh. Scott now sees the value Rain Check would have brought had he had access to it when they were choosing a wedding date.
He got married in September 2018.