March 4, 2021

Episode 157

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We are chatting with CEO Drew Bartkiewicz of Copeify, an organization that promotes physical and mental wellbeing in young people. Copeify's app not only develops character traits, such as trustworthiness and accountability it also reinforces life skills while being 100% profile free.

"We need to help our young adults move from self-repair to self-care".

Show Notes:

Drew Bartkiewicz - CEO & Channel Coach - Service & Kindness

Drew Bartkiewicz is the CEO of Copeify and Chairman of Patriapps, a veteran backed Software Venture Studio based in NYC. In 2016, Goldman Sachs named Drew as a 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs and Forbes listed Patriapps (then lettrs) as a Top 25 Veteran Founded business that same year.  Drew has spoken at the World Economic Forum, published two books (Unseen Liability and Poetguese, with author Paulo Coelho), and carries 25 years of experience in developing the human factors of technology, psychology and neuroscience.  He serves on the board of the Line of Site Foundation that delivers partnerships through technology to support human development, public health and diversity.

Drew received his BS in Aerospace Engineering from West Point (’89) and his MBA from Yale University (’94). He is an Army combat veteran of the 82nd Airborne and he received the Bronze Star during the Gulf War in 199. Drew resides in Connecticut and New York City with his wife and three children.


‎Copeify, Character Comes First on the App Store (


‎Copeify, Self-Care @Scale on the App Store

‎Copeify is a subscription based app. All content is unlocked once you subscribe at $2.99/month. Dealing with school, health, and the future is tough. Get by with Copeify. Copeify is a subscription based secure app to learn about health and growth topics that interest you, to stay informed and moti…


This podcast has been made possible thanks to the Spouses' Club of the Fort Sam Houston Area Charitable Organization


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