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LifeWork

To make remote freelancing a sustainable career choice.
location
Berkeley, New Jersey, United States
stage
Early
size
1-10
location
2018
About
Our mission is to make remote, freelance work a sustainable and inclusive career choice. We see a world in which everyone is free to work exactly as they choose - no more 9 to 5, no more commuting. The future of work is flexible, remote, and independent.
We are striving to solve every barrier a freelancer faces to a sustainable career. We are starting with a service that ensures you get paid, but that is just a stepping stone. Our ultimate goal is to provide freelancers with Flexicurity - the flexibility of remote, freelance work with the security of a regular, monthly paycheck, benefits, and healthcare. Yes, we will employ freelancers to give them peace of mind, and then bring the work to you.
Why Work With Us
We see a world in which everyone is free to work exactly as they choose — no more 9 to 5, no more commuting. The future of work is flexible, remote, and independent.
We’re not here for anything other than achieving our mission.
Founding Team
member

David Corfield

Co-founder + CEO
I'm the CEO + Co-founder of LifeWork and former freelance strategy consultant helping organizations understand how to succeed in the Future of Work. I received my MBA from the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley in 2019. I spend my spare time traveling, with family & friends, and on wellness.

member

Stefan Wrobel

Co-founder + CTO
Stefan is a serial founder and CTO, and has been involved in the Los Angeles startup community since its infancy. A hands-on developer and natural leader, he builds platforms from the ground-up, then transitions to a managerial role as his startups grow. Most recently, he co-founded LifeWork, a payment platform to help remote freelancers get paid faster using a custom-built Escrow service that integrates into the freelance workflow. He also consults on technology strategy for a variety of prominent Los Angeles startups, occasionally stepping in as Interim CTO. Acting in that capacity for CurbStand, one of the few successful valet parking apps, he built a 5-person development team in less than 2 weeks, replacing a remote agency and getting their 2.0 release back on schedule.