Reclaim Hosting provides educators and institutions with an easy way to offer their students domains and web hosting that they own and control. Our goal is to make the process of offering a flexible web space and domain name to your students as easy as possible and giving you the support you need to make it all happen.

Jim Groom

Jim Groom

Co-Founder

Jim Groom, formerly Executive Director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies at the University of Mary Washington, has been working towards the idea of Domain of One‘s Own as far back as 2008 and has been dreaming of this opportunity for years. In the Spring of 2011 he opened up a digital storytelling course called "ds106" for anyone to take openly online and hundreds of people participated and continue to give back to that community. In Spring of 2013 he joined a group of hackers and thinkers at MIT to think about how an online framework could allow people to seamlessly syndicate the work they do across the web in a space of their own both on an academic and personal level. In Fall of 2015 he went full time with Reclaim Hosting and has not looked back since. #4life

Tim Owens

Tim Owens

Co-Founder

Tim Owens worked in higher education for over 9 years before going full-time with Reclaim Hosting in 2015. In 2012 he launched Hippie Hosting, which empowered over 150 people across the globe to build a space of their own on the web. He worked at the University of Mary Washington for 3 years as a part of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies helping build the Domain of One’s Own project that provides domains and hosting to UMW students, faculty, and staff.

Lauren Brumfield

Lauren Brumfield

Operations Manager

Lauren Brumfield recently graduated from the University of Mary Washington in May of 2015. She chose a major in her first passion, Creative Writing, and a career in her second, exploring the potential of the digital space. During her college career, she acted as the Online Editor for the award-winning student newspaper, The Blue & Gray Press, and as the Student Aide Supervisor for the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies office in UMW’s brand new Convergence Center. Lauren’s free time was spent doodling logos and working for her small side business, Lauren Ashley, to design websites for her clients. She now brings a recent student perspective and a creative touch to Reclaim Hosting.