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We're building employment superpowers for everyone.

Our Vision

Build a trusted knowledge credibility system:

Where professionals are equally rated based on their actual competence and work ethic,


industry benefits from hiring skilled people.

About KnoCScore™


pronounced 'knock'

short for Knowledge Credibility

A KnoCScore is an objective measurement of knowledge, athletics, and skills. In professional meetings, an individual can use a KnoCScore as a concrete unbiased credential to validate themselves to others.

Just as a FICO score reflects an individual's financial reliability when applying for a loan, KnoCScore reflects a professional's work ethic, and proven abilities within their field. When seeking employment, a higher KnoCScore translates to superior performance capabilities, leading to better job prospects and terms. Professionals with a higher KnoCScore are more competitive and would have greater opportunities for career growth, increased responsibilities, and higher salary offers.

Our Founder

Lowell (Wolf) Stadelman

KnoCScore team member

The founder and CEO, Lowell (Wolf) Stadelman, began in the U.S. Army where he excelled and became a HALO qualified Special Forces Master Sergeant in just 16 years. Wolf's career included being a communications operator in the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta, more commonly known as Delta Force. His work involved solving complex communication challenges in intense and extreme conditions and developing radio technologies under the leadership of one of the first unit members involved in Desert One. After 18 years of field and combat experience in multiple environments, Wolf was reassigned to a special office to develop new technology requirements.

Wolf's intense focus, and unique expertise were well suited for the field of research and development. His work led to the creation of new systems developed with gov't labs and entities such as Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, AeroVironment, and at universities such as MIT, Stanford, and UC Berkeley. Wolf's contributions provided the architecture and elements for products with a total estimated value of over a billion dollars.

After leaving Special Forces, Wolf became a Program Manager at Raytheon's Advanced Programs where he developed new technologies under one of the top physicists and thought leaders in the field.

Wolf's philosophy always keeps him moving forward, and his curiosity continuously pushes for solutions that matter. He comes from a background firmly rooted in education. Growing up on a large engineering and science university, he developed a lifelong thirst for learning. While he was in the Army, Wolf attended college, and earned a 4.0 studying math and physics. Next, he studied economics at the University of Arizona. In his third round of higher education, Wolf studied software engineering and found the inspiration for his first software platform. Since then, Wolf has applied for three patents and launched three technology companies.