Our Story

We are a team of ordinary people, who want to do extraordinary things.

Our core group consists of students, scientists, entrepreneurs, developers and designers who have embarked on a journey to redefine conversations of the Internet. We are made possible by our proud association with future forward initiatives like the iSTEM@Stevens and Launchpad at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ (USA).

SecureMeeting is a community driven initiative -- if you would like to join the team, send an email to hello@securemeeting.org.

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit. We cannot be bought, sold, or influenced. We take particular inspiration from initiatives like Wikipedia and Ubuntu.

Timeline and Evolution

March 2020 - Present: Bryan Kyritz, Andrew D'Angelo, and Mukund Iyengar significantly redesign the product. Current version supports 35+ group video-chat, high-definition screen-sharing, public/private chat, and numerous fixes and improvements to overall stability and reliability. Joined by Marlee Kopetsky and Justin Trugman in the summer of 2020, this team of five co-create SecureMeeting.
Covid-19 strikes and ravages the world. It isolates people. SecureMeeting embarks on a mission to unite humanity by helping thousands of people in over 45 countries spanning America, Asia, Europe, and Africa come together in a browser.
Summer 2019 Xavier Rosario and a team of senior-D students work with Mukund Iyengar to extend the foundations laid down by Justin. ‘Rooms For Humanity” evolved to support group-video chat that extends to 10+ people, and a more stable session management protocol. A base version of screen-sharing (Chrome plugin) were released. We rebranded ‘Rooms For Humanity’ as SecureMeeting.
2018--2019 Justin Trugman and Mukund Iyengar, as a part of iSTEM@Stevens program, begin to build an easy-to-use video-conferencing platform that needs no downloads, installs, or accounts. They established an initiative called “Rooms For Humanity”, whose mission was to give everyone in cyberspace a free+secure place to meet. Site hosted a few hundred conversations. Justin interned at Google in Mountainview, CA in that summer of 2019. The domain roomsforhumanity.org still exists, and redirects to this site!
2017--2018 Justin Trugman, Charles Bethin, Mukund Iyengar, and Sid Ahuja get together to work on reducing latency of live streaming on the Internet. While the primary focus of their work was IPTV, they start conducting experiments on low-latency streaming for the common man.

Support and Sponsors

We are proud to be associated with the following initiatives at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, for their continued support and endorsement.

Started in 2018, iSTEM@Stevens admits and nurtures talent with gifted hands of skills.

Launchpad helps participants convert science projects into high-growth initiatives.

Meet the Team

Our current team comprises of five individuals who put purpose before profit, and are united by a mission of providing the safest meeting place for all

Bryan Kyritz


Bryan leads the product development at SecureMeeting and is a full stack developer. He is also the co-founder and CTO of Cympl.io. Currently a rising junior at ECE, Stevens. Outside of work, his other goal is to get a motorcycle license and start riding the open roads.

Andrew D'Angelo


Andrew leads the operations at SecureMeeting, and is a full stack developer. He is also the Founder and CEO of Cympl.io. Currently a rising junior at ECE, Stevens. Outside of work, he loves to travel, explore and hold fast to his belief that nobody should ever have to commute to work again.

Justin Trugman


Justin has been involved with SecureMeeting in various capacities since it's inception, and currently helps out with system architecture and microservice build maps. An ex-Googler, he is currently a software dev at Caregility. He loves all things technology and entrepreneurship.

Marlee Kopetsky


Marlee is the youngest member of SecureMeeting, and leads marketing and content creation. A rising sophomore at Stevens, she is poised to take the baton and step up as the next generation of SecureMeeting leadership.

Mukund Iyengar


Mukund has led SecureMeeting since it's inception as a side-project in 2018. He holds a Ph.D. in live-streaming. Currently a faculty member at ECE, Stevens. Founder and director of Launchpad and iSTEM, and surrounded by incredibly talented students. Outside of work, he loves calligraphy and learning to play the piano.