SC Moatti is the Founding Managing Partner of Mighty Capital, a Silicon Valley firm; serves as President on the board of Products That Count, a global platform that engages >20% of all product managers (300,000+ strong); and lectures at the executive programs of Stanford and Columbia Universities. Prior, SC built products that billions of people use at Facebook and Nokia. Andrew Chen, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, called SC “a genius at making products people love.” SC serves on the boards of public and private companies, earned a master’s in electrical engineering, a Stanford MBA, and is a Kauffman Fellow and member of YPO.
Jennifer Vancini is a Founding General Partner of Mighty Capital. Jennifer has been investing for 10 years, and prior to Mighty Capital built Pointgrey Partners, a family investment office where she achieved a 15x cash-on-cash return. Before becoming a full-time investor, she held executive roles in corporate and strategic business development, especially in the high-growth security and mobile sectors with companies such as Telefonica, Symbian/Nokia, and Certicom, which she helped take public in Canada. Jennifer serves on private and non-profit boards and is currently the Vice-Chair of a Dean’s Advisory Council at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, where she completed her MBA.
Allan C. Kramer, M.D. is a Founding General Partner of Mighty Capital ®. He is an internal medicine specialist and board certified in occupational and preventive medicine. He founded several healthcare-related start-ups, which were subsequently acquired by public companies and has served on numerous private and public boards. Allan was a Silicon Valley Bank board member for 12 years and then founded and was Chairman of the Board of Bridge Bank until its successful acquisition. He has built a successful track record of investment experience over 20 years and enjoys helping smart healthcare, fintech and other startups to succeed.
Renee Niemi has spent most of her career creating high impact products and businesses that make a difference in consumers’ lives. Currently, Renee is the Chairman of the Board for Scientific Adventure for Girls. She has also held a number of product and executive leadership roles at Logitech, Google and Plantronics. Renee holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University.
Matthias Weber has over 25 years of experience in insurance. He served as Group Chief Underwriting Officer and member of the Group Executive Committee of Swiss Re. Matthias holds a master’s in physics and a PhD in natural sciences from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, Switzerland.
Naeem Raza is ex CEO of Annams Systems Corporation/Sunflower Systems that he founded in 1992 and was sold to a public company in 2019. Prior experiences include working at Oracle Corporation as Consulting Manager and as Sr. Section Manager for McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing). Naeem holds MS degrees in Computer Science and Systems Management from Florida Institute of Technology. In addition, Naeem also has a MBA and a BA in Economics and Sociology.
Chris Dunn, M.D.
Dr. Chris Dunn was the medical director for northern California Critical Care Transport for the ambulance company AMR for 20 years. Over the last 25 years he has been investing his time and expertise in medically related startup companies. He has also done medical mission work through his local church in countries of Africa, Middle East, Latin America, and South America.
Sharran Deora (he/him) is a Principal at Mighty Capital who focuses on sourcing early-growth stage B2B SaaS investments like GameOn, Sorcero, Segmed, Rookout (acq by Dynatrace (NYSE: DT)), Angle Health, Dasera and Fortress & leads Mighty Capital's due diligence process. Prior to Mighty Capital, he has 15+ years of B2B experiences as a banker, product manager, entrepreneur & investor where exits ranged from $50M to $2B. He was involved with B2B SaaS investments in Quantum Metric, OnSpecta (acq by Ampere), NetSpyGlass (acq by Airgap), WayScript, Wallaroo, Yubico & Simility (acq by PayPal) and continues to mentor next-gen founders at Stanford. He earned his dual bachelors in electrical engineering & business from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
David Anderson has over 4 decades of experience as an engineer and visionary technologist. He served as General Manager of Texas Instruments’ Think Tank, Kilby Labs, and previously worked for National Semiconductor and Volterra Corp. His interests include power electronics, circuit design, and hardware architecture.
Ed Lam has three decades of experience in finance, management consulting and Information Technology. He has held management positions at leading technology companies including Google, Facebook and Uber. He is also co-founding president of Palladium Technology, an IT consulting firm specialized in advising, building, and supporting complex enterprise information systems.
Mary Curtis is CEO of Pacifico, a global strategic communications consultancy, and of OnChip Systems, a fabless semiconductor company. As a serial entrepreneur and investor, she is drawn to strong, collaborative management teams and game-changing products in life sciences, software, e-commerce and social media.
Iris Chan has a strong background in business and commercial banking. She previously served as an executive in commercial banking at Wells Fargo. She is currently on the Board of Directors at East West Bank Corp and a Principal at Ameriway, Inc. Her experience includes capital management, board governance, channel management, and business strategy.
Barri graduated in 2013 from Rutgers University after double majoring and earning a BS in Business & Finance as well as in Marketing. After graduating, Barri worked with many start-ups and handled their finance and accounting while building their prospecting processl. Barri always seemed to have dual roles that allowed her to tap into her analytical side along with her creative side.
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