Manny Fernandez is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor and the founder of SF Angels Group featured on CNBC's Make Me A Millionaire Inventor. In 2014, he was named SF Angel Investor of the Year and received the Equity Crowdfunding Leadership Award.
Glen spent 20+ years with GE Capital in progressively complex leadership roles in general management, business development, and operations management, living and working in US and international markets. In his last role there, he was CEO of GE Money Latin America, where he built a 9 country operation from start up, exceeding $12 Billions in assets, $100mm in annual earnings and 17,000 employees.
Jacob White is a Harvard Law school graduate, who is passionate about democratizing capital markets. He is the former President and Editor-in-Chief of Harvard Journal of Legislation.
Helder Suzuki is a former Software Engineer at Google, with expertise in Information Retrieval, NLP, Distributed Processing, Complex Graphs and Web. Previously, he cofounded Regrupe, the top Brazilian secondary marketplace for daily deals, and worked at Tellme Networks (acquired by Microsoft in 2007).
Landon began his career in Private Equity out of undergrad in New York and was involved in both the Wharton Angel Network and the Wharton Club of New York, where he served as a judge for the annual Alumni Business Showcase.
Youdong Zhang is also a software engineering intern at Facebook, with expertise in elastic search, web development, and data analysis. Previously, Youdong was a machine learning researcher at the Berkeley Institute of Data Science and is currently researching algorithms at the Nuclear Engineering Department at Berkeley. She will be graduating from UC Berkeley next spring.
Bill Payne has been actively involved in angel investing since selling his company to DuPont in the early ‘80s. He has funded over 60 companies and mentored over 100.