Our Team


Richard Li
Richard co-founded 4k.com with Kelly in May 2014. Previously, he worked as an equities derivatives trader and an digital marketing consultant. Richard currently overseas marketing, finance, legal and strategy for 4k.com.

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Kelly McCoy
Kelly is currently getting her Masters in Engineering at Stanford. She handles the day-to-day operation, community management and growth strategy.

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Greg Wong
Greg is an experienced interdisciplinary designer and a Los Angeles native. Having been involved in community meet ups and hackathons, he has a passion for startups. Prior to 4k.com, he has worked with companies, such as Sony, Couchbase, and Dunn-Edwards. Greg is head of design, ensuring a holistic approach to all facets of 4k.com.

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Stephan Jukic
Senior Editor
Stephan is an accomplished writer featured in many top publications. He currently leads the writing team and develops content strategy for 4k.com.
When not busy writing about technology or consulting on digital security to groups and individuals, he spends his days enjoying life’s adventures either in Canada or Mexico. Stephan’s writing has been featured on a diverse range of websites.

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  • Tim H
    September 5, 2016 at 6:47 pm

    Great site and really appreciate the reviews but the biggest issues I have with your site are:

    1. The lack of an easy to find search field. Really surprised you don’t have any front page search feature to make it easy to find what I’m looking for. Recommend you look into implementing that.
    2. The full screen “sit tight partner” email form, really irritating that i have to say no quite frequently across different devices that i use to access your site. Recommend implementing a friendlier less invasive way to get emails from viewers. A smaller box overlay at the bottom of the page would still get the point across without being obnoxious 🙂



    • Stephen
      September 7, 2016 at 12:28 pm

      Hey there Tim, we appreciate the feedback and I can sympathize on the lack of a search bar. We’re still working on implementing a version which works more effectively for our content spread and would benefit readers. We hope to get it up as soon as possible because you’re right, it would be very useful. As for the email form, yes it can gt a bit annoying with its size and that’s something we’re considering changing up a bit.


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