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Kevin Colleran
Kevin
Colleran
kevinacolleran@gmail.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevcoll Fufivn5Zk1g?list=PLA14A191373F14E2F

Managing Director at Slow Ventures investment fund. Invested in over 200 early stage technology companies including Pinterest, Evernote, Plated, Barkbox, Birchbox, Everlane, Angellist, Silvercar, Pillpack, Postmates, Nextdoor, Wealthfront, TaskRabbit, Casper, Makespace, Sunrise, Blue Bottle, Classpass, Dots, Niche, Slack, Product Hunt, Common, HomeMade, Gusto, Eero, StyleSeat, ClassDojo, Artsy etc.

Advisor at General Catalyst venture capital fund.

Angel Investor (SmartThings, YikYak, Betable, YPlan, Splash Events, Airtime, Nation Builder, Basis Technologies, Chatous, Brit+Co, Zuckerberg Media, etc).

Wall Street Journal columnist as part of their 'Accelerators' section giving start-up advice to entrepreneurs.

Previously: Joined Facebook in early 2005 as one of the first 10 employees and first advertising partnerships sales person. Spent 6.5 years developing and running key global advertising partnerships with Coca Cola, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Walmart and many other companies. Left Facebook in July 2011 to become an investor after having become the longest tenured employee at the company (other than Mark Zuckerberg). In 2010, he was named one of New York's 100 Coolest Tech People by Business Insider.

Peter Vasterbaka
Peter
Vasterbaka
peter.vesterbacka@gmail.com https://fi.linkedin.com/in/petervesterbacka ZYw56IQzCJ4?list=PLA14A191373F14E2F

Peter is ranked as one the most influential people in the world by TIME magazine. Peter Vesterbacka is the Mighty Eagle of Rovio, creators of Angry Birds. In his role as Mighty Eagle Peter leads the charge on marketing, branding and business development for the Angry Birds franchise. Peter is also the founder of MobileMonday, Wreckamovie and the HP Bazaar. He graduated from high school Björneborgs Swedish Samskola, after which began marketing studies at Åbo Akademi University. He started his career at HP where he spent several years working on various mobile industry related projects.

Harjeet Taggar
Harjeet
Taggar
https://www.linkedin.com/in/harjeet harjeet.taggar@gmail.com harj@ycombinator.com

Harjeet Taggar is a partner at seed stage investment firm, Y Combinator. He was creator of Auctomatic, which he sold to Live Current Media for $5m at age 22.

Harjeet was awarded prize for research report focusing on the Higgs Boson and particle physics theory, ranked top three in United Kingdom.

Forbes 30 under 30 (Forbes Magazine), Top 20 Angel Investor (CB Insights), Ranked as one of the top 20 angel investors in Silicon Valley.

Bill Tai
Bill
Tai
https://www.linkedin.com/in/kitevc btai@crv.com 8bSL60PwCzY

Bill Tai is a partner of CRV since 2002 and a legendary venture capitalist from Silicon Valley. His track record includes 19 IPOs and 8 M&As.

In his free time Bill likes kiteboarding on snow and water. He is an Olympic Ambassador of International Kiteboarding Association and co-creator of the MaiTai Kite Camp.

Bill Tai established the Silicon Valley office for CRV and is a Partner Emeritus backing Scribd and Wish.com on CRV's behalf. As an individual he is a Founding Chairman of Treasure Data, Inc.; a Board Director of BitFury, and Voxer as well a lead seed investor in Canva, Shoes of Prey, Tango.me, Tweetdeck/Twitter, and Zoom.us. Previously Bill served as Partner at IVP, and was Founding CEO of iAsiaWorks (IPO via Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley & Salomon Smith Barney). He was also Founding Chairman of IPinfusion (Tokyo:4813) and past Board Director of 7 publicly listed companies: AWRD EGHT IAWK NPIX TMTA TUNE and IMGO that grew from his startup investing. He started his career as a computer chip designer and was issued badge #A001 at TSMC (NYSE:TSM), now among the top 10 most valuable tech companies in the world. He holds a BSEE with Honors from the University of Illinois and an MBA from Harvard.

He serves on the World Economic Forum's Technology Pioneer Committee is an Adjunct Professor of Innovation at Curtin University in Perth Australia and is co-founder of MaiTai Global a 501(c)3 dedicated to preserving the ocean and its related ecosystems.

Michael Seibel
Michael
Seibel
https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwseibel mwseibel@gmail.com michael@socialcam.com michael@ycombinator.com jCAmgf-XDXA?list=PLA14A191373F14E2F

Michael Seibel was the cofounder and CEO Justin.tv and Socialcam. Socialcam sold to Autodesk in 2012 and under the leadership of Emmett Shear, Justin.tv became Twitch.tv and sold to Amazon in 2014. Before getting into startups, he spent a year as the finance director for a US Senate campaign and in 2005, Michael graduated from Yale University with a BA in political science.

Justin Kan
Justin
Kan
https://www.linkedin.com/in/justinkan

Justin Kan was the cofounder and CEO of Exec, and founder of Justin.TV. At Justin.tv, he launched TwitchTV and incubated Socialcam. Prior to Justin.tv, Justin founded Kiko, the world’s first AJAX calendar, which was funded by YC in 2005 and sold to Tucows in 2006. He graduated from Yale University with a BA in Physics and Philosophy.

Paul Buchheit
Paul
Buchheit
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Paul Buchheit is the creator of GMail and Partner at YCombinator. While at Google he also built the prototype for AdSense, and came up with Google’s now famous slogan “Don’t be evil.” In 2007 he was one of the founders of Friendfeed, which in 2009 became Facebook’s largest acquisition to date. He has a BS and MS in Computer Science from Case Western Reserve University. Paul Buchheit worked at Intel and later became the 23rd employee at Google. Leaving Google in 2006, Buchheit started FriendFeed, which was launched in 2007 and was acquired by Facebook in 2009 in a private transaction. In 2010, Buchheit left Facebook to become a partner at the investment firm Y Combinator. From 2006 (when he started investing) until 2008, Buchheit invested about $1.21 million in 32 different companies. He also continues to oversee angel investments of his own in "about 40" startups (by his own estimate).

Paul Buchheit won the 2011 The Economist Innovation Awards for the Computing and telecommunications field.

Aaron Iba
Aaron
Iba
https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaroniba ai@aaroniba.net ekK6omrwQ3Q

Iba graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2005 with a degree in Mathematics. It was there that he teamed up with David Greenspan to win the annual Battlecode programming competition in 2003. Iba and Greenspan would go on to attend the Y Combinator program, where they created AppJet and Etherpad. Iba would go on to become a partner in Y Combinator, and was named "one of the best hackers among the YC alumni".

AppJet received funding from notable investors including Paul Graham, Paul Buchheit, Trevor Blackwell, Mitch Kapor and Scott Banister. In 2009, AppJet was acquired by Google. The Etherpad technology and team were merged into the Google wave project. In 2011, Iba became one of 6 full-time partners in Y Combinator, where he oversaw and participated in numerous investments in startup companies. In 2013, Iba left Y Combinator to found PayGarden, an Alternative payments company borne out of insights he gleaned as an investor in various online merchants.

Dave McClure
Dave
McClure
https://www.linkedin.com/in/davemcclure dave@500startups.com SbLY5cvAyGY?list=PLA14A191373F14E2F

Dave McClure is the founding partner of 500 Startups, a venture capital firm and startup incubator in Silicon Valley founded by PayPal and Google alumni, with over $250M under management. He has been an investor in hundreds of companies around the world such as Credit Karma, Twilio, MakerBot, Wildfire Interactive, Viki, Mashery, SendGrid, Mint.com, and SlideShare etc.

Dave has been geeking out in Silicon Valley for twenty-five years as a developer, entrepreneur, blogger, investor, and internet marketing nerd. He has worked with companies such as PayPal, Founders Fund, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twilio, Mint.com, Simply Hired, O'Reilly Media, Intel, & Microsoft.

Dave also likes to play ultimate frisbee when his knees don't hurt.

Before coming to Silicon Valley, Dave barely graduated from the Johns Hopkins University with a BS Engineering in Mathematical Sciences and a minor in frisbee, billiards, & foosball. His interests include microfinance and economic innovation, entrepreneurship and venture capital, ultimate frisbee, cartoons and animation, and an ever-growing collection of funny-looking hats.

Serguei Beloussov
Serguei
Beloussov
https://www.linkedin.com/in/sbeloussov sb@acronis.com IHZl5iyLJ40?list=PLA14A191373F14E2F

Beloussov founded Rolsen Electronics and Solomon Software SEA. Solomon Software SEA was a distributor and developer arm of mid-market ERP vendor Solomon Software in South-East Asia. Solomon Software was later acquired by Microsoft and is now known as Microsoft Dynamics SL. In 2000, Beloussov founded SWsoft, a privately held server automation and virtualization software company and the then-parent company of Parallels, Inc. and Acronis Inc.In 2003, Acronis was re-organized as a separate entity focused on backup and data protection software. During this time he also founded a pair of venture capital funds, Runa Captical and QWave Capital.

In December 2007, SWsoft announced its plans to change its name to Parallels and ship both companies' products under the Parallels name. Beloussov stepped down as CEO and serves as the executive chairman of the board and chief architect of Parallels, Inc. The company has more than 900 employees across offices in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia and as of 2012 it had 5,000 customers and partners worldwide. Odin Automation, a service automation platform company owned by Parallels and founded by Beloussov, was sold to Ingram Micro in December 2015. In 2012, Beloussov joined the Governing Board of the Centre for Quantum Technologies. The Singapore-based research institute is a Research Centre of Excellence hosted by the National University of Singapore. The Centre brings together quantum physicists and computer scientists to explore the quantum nature of reality and the fundamental limits of information processing.

Beloussov later attended the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, graduating with a bachelor's degree in Physics. He received his Master's in Physics and Electrical Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science.

Sani Sanilevich
Sani
Sanilevich
https://www.linkedin.com/in/sanirun sani@yatirvc.com 8D6tTWJ4qEw?list=PLA14A191373F14E2F

Sani Sanilevich is no stranger to creating innovative, personalized, online experiences. As celebrated Technology Advisor to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and as the subsequent manager of Netanyahu's esteemed 2009 campaign, Sani has made a successful career out of online strategizing. Sani is a natural born leader, and he has successfully developed and sold multiple companies, including Fl3ur, SeatID, ProfileX, IKTC, Meduza Diving Centers, Meduza Marine Projects etc.

Founder of “HSA” ISRAEL (Zalash), a voluntary nonprofit organization for rehabilitating handicapped and challenged people.

Sani is a Marathon runner completed over 10 marathons among them NY Marathon, Athens, Florence, Tel-Aviv, Tiberias.

Sani also competed in Triathlons and on 2009 competed in his first Iron-Man triathlon in Austria. Executive MBA, Hebrew University.

MIKA Combines Fashion, E-commerce, Technology and Content to create a solution for shoppers offering cutting edge curated and complete fashion looks. One look every 24HR, Emerging and established brands, curated by top-stylists, delivered by a magical technology made by an amazing team. Working with the best fashion blogs in the industry, top stylists from Elle, Vogue etc.

Kevin Abosch
Kevin
Abosch
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Kevin Abosch is an Irish visual artist and portrait photographer whose subjects include Johnny Depp, Malala Yousafzai, Bob Geldof, Vanessa Redgrave, Steven Spielberg, Dustin Hoffman, Dennis Hopper, Yoko Ono, Aung San Suu Kyi. An article in the March 2008 issue of Vogue Italia reads "Abosch knows the true face of a star". In October 2011, a major exhibition launched in Dublin Airport's Terminal 2 of Abosch's "Faces of Ireland", a series of 250 photographs of people from Ireland.

In December 2013 the National Gallery of Ireland acquired three photographic portraits by Abosch for inclusion in the permanent National Portrait Collection. The portraits are of Bob Geldof, Olwen Fouéré and Brian O'Driscoll. In 2015, Abosch's photographic work of a potato, "Potato #345" was reportedly sold to an unnamed businessman in Europe for a €1,000,000. This would make it one of the most expensive photographs in the world.

Abosch created the anonymous and ephemeral communication platform Kwikdesk as a conceptual art piece.

Kevin Abosch might just be Silicon Valley’s favorite photographer. He’s known for shooting portraits against a black backdrop, and, according to Business Insider, they have become quite the status symbol among the tech elite.

Jan-Gisbert Schultze
Jan-Gisbert
Schultze
https://de.linkedin.com/in/janschultze/en oE59unYMfL8?list=PLA14A191373F14E2F

Jan-Gisbert Schultze has always been drawn to entrepreneurial challenges. Whether it’s a hotel chain in India, plant construction in former East Germany or a newspaper publisher in Istanbul, he is always enthusiastic, interested in people and indefatigable in advancing both companies and new ideas. His network is powered by a genuine pleasure in establishing good, long-term relations. Acton benefits from the way he builds and fosters links with investors. Away from work, his latest passion is a house overlooking the Pacific in Nicaragua. Steps: McKinsey & Company, Hubert Burda Media

Portfolio: Mytheresa (D), Yatego (D), KupiVIP (RUS), Linas Matkasse (S), Tictail (USA/S), Eloquii (USA). Jan-Gisbert Schultze joined Hubert Burda Media in 1998 and has supervised all the international activities of the Burda Rizzoli joint venture in Turkey, Greece, Italy, Asia, Germany and France. Later he was also responsible for two major publishing profit centres. Since its launch in 2000 he has supervised the group’s internet investment in Chip/Xonio Online.

Before joining Hubert Burda Media, Jan-Gisbert was involved in the restructuring of an engineering group in eastern Germany. Before that he was a Senior Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company.

Pekka Viljakainen
Pekka
Viljakainen
https://fi.linkedin.com/in/bulldozer

Pekka Viljakainen was born in Finland. He studied engineering at the University of Technology in Lappeenranta.

Thanks to his technical background, Mr. Viljakainen has for 20 years worked as an ambassador between business executives and technology teams. He started as an entrepreneur, by establishing Oy Visual Systems Ltd. (1986-2004). He joined TietoEnator in 2000. Mr. Viljakainen is widely known by his nickname, Bulldozer. His reputation and track record for handling very complex governance and political topics inside large international organizations related to enterprise digitalization earned him this nickname.

Tieto is one of the leading architects in building a more efficient information society. Leading-edge know-how is geared towardsdeveloping innovative IT solutions that realize and digitalize the visions of its customers. Mr. Viljakainen is heavily involved in promoting the necessary preparations for a true revolution of services and the deep strategical role of digitalization across Europe. For many years now, Mr. Viljakainen has analyzed the fundamental change in consumer behavior and its implications for the corporate strategies in all information intensive businesses. “Compared to the mid-90s, the direction of change and the opportunities are now totally indisputable. In a new world, the competitive edge of many businesses is based on the go-to-market time of new service innovations. Traditional thinking, as well as planning, governing and implementing with IT is neither fast nor end-consumer-centric enough“, says Pekka Viljakainen.

Steve Wozniak
"Steve"
Wozniak

In partnership with his friend Steve Jobs, Wozniak invented the Apple I computer. The pair founded Apple Computers in 1976 with Ronald Wayne, releasing some of the first personal computers on the market. Wozniak also personally developed the next model, Apple II, which established Apple as a major player in microcomputing.

During his brief stint at the University of California at Berkeley, Steve Wozniak met Steve Jobs, who was still in high school, through a mutual friend. The two later paired up to form Apple Computer on April 1, 1976, prompting Wozniak to quit his job at Hewlett-Packard. Wozniak worked on the invention of products, and Jobs was responsible for marketing. Wozniak went on to conceive the Apple II as part of the company's personal-computer series, and by 1983, Apple had a stock value of $985 million.

Wozniak ended his employment with Apple in 1985.

The less-notorious of the original Apple duo, Wozniak has nevertheless made appearances on the reality show Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List and ABC's Dancing with the Stars (Season 8).

Called one of "Silicon Valley's most creative engineers," in 1990 he joined Mitchell Kapor in establishing the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an organization that provides legal aid for computer hackers facing criminal prosecution. Wozniak also founded Wheels of Zeus (WoZ) in 2002, a venture started with the aim of developing wireless GPS technology.

The highly anticipated biopic Jobs was released in 2013 and featured actor Ashton Kutcher as Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and comedic actor Josh Gad as Wozniak. In addition to the negative critiques that the film received, Wozniak himself gave the film a negative review on the website Gizmodo. In his analysis, he wrote, "I felt bad for many people I know well who were portrayed wrongly in their interactions with Jobs and the company." He went on to write that the inaccuracies in the portrayal of Jobs in the film most likely stemmed from Kutcher's own image of him. Kutcher responded by claiming that the film lost the support of Wozniak because he was already supporting another film that depicted the life of the technology mogul. He also said that Wozniak was "extremely unavailable" during the filmmaking process.

Kenges Rakishev
Kenges
Rakishev

In 2012 Rakishev has expanded the range of his business interests to venture investments in the perspective innovation startups in the USA, Canada, Israel and Russia. After the acquisition of the major stake in US based Net Element company he has got the honorable nickname "the first Kazakh at NASDAQ". By the end of 2012 Kenges has joined the TOP 10 world's private investors ranking together with such famous venture capitalists as Peter Tiehl and Yuri Milner. In April, 2013 Kenges Rakishev together with Moshe Hogeg (prominent serial technology entrepreneur) co-founded SingulariTeam venture fund with the capital of $10 mln. The fund was founded with the aim of searching and financing breakthrough startups in such a disruptive industries as robotics, AI, VR, augmented reality, commercial space, etc. In 2013, Mobli - the visual social platform application in which Kenges has a major stake, attracted the then most richest person in the world Carlos Slim as the new investor. He put $60 mln. in Mobli and it is worth mentioning that Mobli became the only second investment of Carlos Slim in the hi-tech market after Shazam. Mobli and Slim's America Movil reached an agreement to preinstall the application on all the new smartphones sold by this mobile operator.

Kenges earned a diploma from the Oxford Saïd Business School in Advanced Management in 2007 and a certificate from the London Business School in Developing Strategy for Value Creation in 2007.

Mike Butcher
Mike
Butcher
mikebutcher@techcrunch.com mbutcher@techcrunch.com mike@techcrunch.com https://uk.linkedin.com/in/mikebutcher

He has been named one of the most influential people in tech by The Daily Telegraph, The Evening Standard and The Independent newspapers. Mike has written for UK national newspapers and magazines. He has been named one of top 100 most influential people in European technology by Wired UK for 5 years running. In 2009 it was named as one of the Top 10 blogs out of the UK. Mike has been named one of the Top 50 most influential Britons in technology by The Daily Telegraph He has spoken at the Monaco Media Forum, Le Web, Web Summit, DLD and the World Economic Forum, where he is a ‘Media Leader’. Mike is a regular broadcaster, appearing on BBC News, Sky News, CNBC, Channel 4 and Bloomberg. He has also advised the UK Prime Minister and the Mayor of London on tech startup policy. He is the co-founder of TechHub.com (which creates spaces globally for tech entrepreneurs); Coadec.com (which lobbies for UK startups); TheEuropas.com, the annual European Tech Startup Conference & Awards; and the non-profit, Techfugees.com, a community of refugee-focused NGOs and tech innovators. British GQ magazine named him one of the 100 Most Connected Men in the UK.

Tikhon Bernstam
Tikhon
Bernstam
https://www.linkedin.com/in/tikhonbernstam

Founder and CEO of Parse (Y Combinator '11).

Parse is the platform powering the next generation of mobile apps. Facebook recently acquired Parse for $85 million in just two years in 2013. Fast Company: Parse at #32 of the world's 50 most innovative companies, including Amazon and Nike by Fast Company.

Cofounder of Scribd (Y Combinator '06) sometimes called the "Youtube for Documents") is the world's largest document sharing site with over 90 million unique visitors a month. Tikhon is also an active angel investor in over 100 companies, including Reddit, Optimizely, Tilt, Checkr, Gusto, Cruise Automation ($1B GM Acquisition) etc.

"15 Of The Sharpest Up-And-Coming CEOs In Silicon Valley" by Business Insider.

Roger Dickey
Roger
Dickey

Also founded or managed: Pirates, Heroes, Space wars, Football wars, Special forces, Dragon wars, Prison lockdown, Street racing. 10M+ users across games. Directed Zynga Beijing new games group, 70+ headcount. International product team advisor: India, Japan.

Investments: Docker, Addepar, Boom, Classdojo, OpenGov, Wanelo, Vulcun, iCracked, Facebook (2nd market).

Mentor roles: Thiel Foundation, Disney Accelerator, Techstars, Lemnos Labs, River VR. Advisory roles: Formation 8, Nest Labs, OpenDoor, Identified.

Jason Saltzman
Jason
Saltzman
jasonsaltzman@me.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonsaltzman

Jason is an active member of the NYC entrepreneurial community. He is a mentor for Techstars and has most recently been named by the US State Department as the “Special Advisor to Entrepreneurship and Technology.”

Jason Saltzman founded Alley NYC, a co-working space in New York City that provides working space for companies or business individuals looking for work space but who do not want to rent a space purely to themselves.Saltzman hosts a technology incubator in the space as well, which includes hackathons where computer programmers spend the entire weekend developing new projects. Entrepreneur Magazine wrote of the space that, "AlleyNYC provide a home for startups [and] it offers amenities, like yoga and free hosting through cloud company Rackspace. There's also a speaker series and professionals, such as lawyers, eager to provide advice to entrepreneurs." On Bloomberg TV, Saltzman stated that there are also venture capital office hours for start-ups to gain advice about how to monetize their ideas. Other companies that Saltzman has founded include Bizodo, a paperwork automation startup.

Jason is an active member of the NYC entrepreneurial community. He is a mentor for Techstars and has most recently been named by the US State Department as the “Special Advisor to Entrepreneurship and Technology.” He is a contributor for Entrepreneur Media and has written pieces for publications such as The Wall Street Journal. Jason also co-founded SeamlessDocs, and sits on the advisory board of several startups such as Pijon, Javelin, and the global workshop; Lean Startup Machine.

Talmon Marco
Talmon
Marco

Talmon Marco is a CEO and co-founder of Juno - a new approach to ride sharing app similar to Uber. At Juno, drivers are truly partners by earning ownership in the company with every ride they take​. Prior to Juno, Marco co-founded and sat as CEO of Viber (which was sold in early 2014) with Igor Magazinik, a friend from the Israel Defense Forces. Viber - a proprietary cross-platform instant messaging VoIP application for smartphones with over 400 million users. Talmon​ has​ also co​-​founded and sat as CEO for both Expand Networks​ and​ later iMesh. ​Talmon, who was ​born in Israel,​ ​completed a degree in Computer Science and Management from Tel-Aviv University​ and ​later ​moved to the United States. Marco served as CIO for the Israeli Defense Forces Central Command.

Fabris Grinda
Fabris
Grinda
fabrice@grinda.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/fabricegrinda

OLX is the next generation of free online classifieds and auctions providing a more local service on a global level.

Mr. Grinda is also Chairman of Allmydata, Inc. Allmydata provides an online virtual drive that offers backup and sharing services. Prior to founding OLX, Mr. Grinda was the Founder & CEO of Zingy Inc. Zingy is the largest mobile media company in the Americas, selling ringtones, wallpapers and games to carriers, media companies and consumers. The New York-based company has 130 employees and generates over $150 million in yearly content sales. Prior to founding Zingy, Mr. Grinda was the founder and CEO of Aucland, one of the largest auction sites in Europe and co-founder of Deremate, the largest auction site in Latin America. Until founding Aucland in 1998, Mr. Grinda served as a consultant in the New York office of McKinsey & Company, where he worked for large financial institutions. Mr. Grinda has a B.A. in economics from Princeton University.

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