Nick founded Decent back in 2018. As he likes to playfully say he’s “the only member of his family who didn’t go into medicine.” Nick has a rare disorder that’s resulted in complete paralysis twice in his life - you learn a lot about the American medical system when your literal life depends on it.
Nick’s taken his personal history, mixed with his professional past as a repeat founder to launch his most ambitious company yet - one shooting to fix health insurance in America.
MBA: Harvard Business School
Best dance move: The Sprinkler
Richard had co-founded Nick’s previous start up with him and Nick wasted no time pulling him into Decent from Amazon where he was managing a development team.
Richard feels strongly that the consumer hasn’t been considered for a long time in American healthcare and he’s excited to reconstruct something that truly works for the people actually using it.
Fun fact about Richard: Used to run a nightclub in Utah when he was quite young
More fun fact about Richard: He’s been publishing Pif magazine for the last 25 years on the side
Odder fact about Richard: Somehow an Army and Navy vet
Decent envisions a world where everyone has the freedom to do the work they want without sacrificing access to affordable and comprehensive healthcare.
We offer more affordable health insurance options by aligning incentives to improve health, reduce costs, and put members at the center of their care.
Decent’s mission since Richard Luck and I founded the company five years ago has been to deliver affordable health insurance for all. Starti