Jason Freedman has spent 20 years as an entrepreneur with 2 venture-backed exits. He is the founder of 42Floors, the top commercial real estate listings site. As an investor and advisor, Jason has worked with the top proptech companies and can share his perspective of their earliest days. Founders like Eric Wu of Opendoor, Robert Reffkin of Compass, and Nick Romito of VTS all share one thing in common: when they started, it was just the founders, foolishly trying to change the world. Now look at them
Jason likes working with founders in these earliest days, when the fate of their company is still uncertain. When there aren’t enough hours in the day. When the real founders are just starting to separate themselves from the pretenders
Jason is a two-time alumnus of Y Combinator and holds a bachelor’s degree from Duke University and an MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business
Geoffrey is a pioneer in remote patient monitoring, Geoffrey served as both CTO and COO of Health Hero Network, which was acquired by Bosch. With healthcare experience spanning over 20 years, Geoffrey has served as a trusted advisor to greater than 300 companies. He was an early advisor to Rock Health and mentor to its portfolio companies, a consultant to Data Collective, and most recently an EIR at GE Ventures
Geoffrey holds B.A. in Computer Science and Cognitive Psychology from Goucher College
George founded Tutor.com and served as its CEO until it was acquired by IAC in 2013. Under George’s leadership, Tutor.com became the leading provider of on-demand instructional solutions for students and professionals. George has since advised over 20 early stage and growth companies on fundraising, strategy, and M&A. He serves as a Director on the Boards of Wonder and Lingo Live, and as a Trustee on the Boards of Columbia University Teachers College and The Wild Center
George received a BA in Political Science from SUNY Binghamton, and lives in the Boston area. When he’s not in meetings, George can often be found trying to reach the top of a high peak in the Adirondacks
Rajit is the former Managing Partner of McKinsey’s SoCal Practice. He founded his first business while in college, building it into the largest retail chain of paint stores in Oman & Dubai. He was the co-founder and board member of Shantha Biotech, sold to Sanofi-Aventis for $850M. He has been closely involved with over 20 startups over his career. He is on the board of the UCLA Technology Development Group and Bel Air Chapter of YPO. He has been a member of the Dean’s Council at Harvards’s Kennedy School, a member of the SoCal Leadership Council, and on the boards of CAFAM and the Saban Free Clinic
Rajit has dual undergrad degrees in business and liberal arts from Wharton and the College at Penn. He has an MBA from Kellogg and an MPA/ID from Harvard
Jae-Yong is an investment associate at Peak State Ventures. Previously, he was a diplomatic attaché at the Swiss Embassy in Beijing, where he worked closely with robotics and AI startups in Shenzhen and Hangzhou areas. He then became a co-founder/investment manager at Rewired, a London-based VC in robotics and AI, and also co-founded PigeonLine, a Toronto-based machine learning company in enterprise automation solutions.
Jae-Yong graduated from the University of St. Gallen, Tsinghua University, and the London School of Economics. He loves amateur boxing and book reading.
Seva works on early and growth stage investments across all verticals of Peak State Ventures focus. Prior to Peak State Ventures he developed corporate strategy for Apttus and Severstal and worked as an analyst at Citibank
Seva graduated from Higher School of Economics and holds MBA from INSEAD. In spare time he travels the world and studies history of cinema
Nodari previously served as a Vice President at Invest AG where he built and managed a venture portfolio of mid- and late-stage investments, including Knotel, VIPKid, Docplanner, Delivery Hero and Starcity
Nodari graduated with BSc in Economics from the Finance University of Russia and he is an alumnus of Venture Capital Executive Program at Berkeley Haas. Nodari loves Georgian polyphonic singing and plays cello
Omri has been involved in startups as a founder, writer, advisor and investor for the last five years. He previously founded Propcy, an AI solution for residential investors in the US, wrote more than one hundred of articles for top-tier publications like TechCrunch and Forbes and advised dozens of early stage startups.
Prior to that Omri served as an algorithmic trader for Reevan Trader, an Israeli hedge fund, a real estate investor, and also served for seven years as a Lieutenant Commander in the Israeli Navy.
Omri graduated with a BS Computer Science from the Open University of Israel and holds an MBA from the Tel Aviv University Cum Laude. He loves wave surfing and in constant search for the perfect wave.