BYU social entrepreneurs seek to solve world problems

He doesn't fit the picture of the high-powered, pinstripe-suit-wearing MBA graduate taking on the world. In fact, Justin King, Tilapiana owner and founder, said he tried the regimen of working in corporate America after receiving his BYU bachelor's degree in finance in 2007, but somehow he didn't feel it was the right fit.

"Looking out my office window, I had amazing views of Silicon Valley," King said. "I had a great job, was working with one of the most innovative technology companies in the world and was making great money. But I desperately needed a change."

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