An Important Note About Our Founder Beau Mann
Sober Grid, Inc. Founder and CEO Beau Mann remains missing, last seen in Los Angeles early afternoon of Nov 30, 2021. An active police investigation continues at this time.
Our Sober Grid family mourns this loss and all are praying for his return. Beau built an amazing company and led a phenomenal team of talented individuals. The Sober Grid team continues to work diligently to protect his legacy and continue our Mission.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Beau Mann is asked to contact the LAPD Missing Persons Unit at
213-486-0260. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous should call the L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (800-222-8477) or James Terry, private investigator, at (813) 993-2242.
We encourage anyone who wants to help locate Beau to donate https://www.gofundme.com/f/find-beau-mann
The Sober Grid Team
Beau Mann, Founder of Sober Grid
How It All Began
Beau Man had the idea to create Sober Grid while attending the Sundance Film Festival. With millions worldwide struggling with addiction, along with his co-founders (Nick Krasucki, Chris Pesce and Tavis Morello) they saw that there was a need for developing an online sober community.
In June 2018 Sober Grid purchased Ascent, an evidence-based peer recovery coaching service in Ohio. Through this acquisition, Sober Grid offers telehealth HIPAA compliant 24/7 certified peer coaching support through their platform.
The company has received funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health and continues to explore how to leverage technology to improve connection and support. The company is focusing efforts on using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to help people in recovery have an increasingly fulfilling life. The company has appeared on Fox, CNBC, Entrepreneur, NY Metro, New York Times, The Boston Globe, Forbes, and many other media outlets.