Join fellow Harvard Business School, Stanford GSB, NYU Stern alumni and friends for our own version of Disrupt. The evening will feature short pitches from alumni teams who are working on innovative ventures in a variety of industries.
Come meet and mingle with the best and brightest entrepreneurs, investors, and tech fans. The event is co-sponsored by Stanford GSB Alumni Relations, NYU Stern Alumni Relations, and the Harvard Business School Club of New York Alumni Startups program.
Light appetizers, wine, beer, and nonalcoholic beverages will be provided at the reception.
6:00 – 6:30 pm – Check-in & Registration
6:30 – 8:00 pm – Team Pitches
8:00 – 9:00 pm – Networking & Reception
AcuityAl – RaviKiran Gopalan, Stanford MSx'17 AcuityAI helps brands and influencers drive revenue from their existing video content by making products in their videos directly shoppable
Amplifunds – Emily Rasmussen, Harvard MBA'13
Bits – Arash Asady MBA '17 Getting Bits of Stock when you shop
Blueland – Gina Pak, Harvard MBA'18 The best products on Earth, for Earth
CurbGenie – Colin Horsford, Stern MBA'15 CurbGenie aims to improve the car rental return experience
FreeWill – Jenny Xia Spradling, Stanford MBA'18 & Patrick Schmitt, MBA'18 FreeWill provides free online end-of-life planning to raise $1T for charity
Limber (formerly Disrupt Disability) – Rachael Wallach, Stanford MBA'18 Customized wheelchairs
Thando's – JG Ayodele MBA'12 and Taffi Ayodele MBA'13 Innovative African designed products for the world while positively impacting the communities the designs come from
Rebecca Kaden is a Partner at Union Square Ventures. She began her career as a journalist and, prior to USV, was a Partner at Maveron, a consumer-focused early stage fund. Rebecca was born in New York City. She studied English and American Literature at Harvard and received her MBA from Stanford in 2012.
Alexi Nazem, MBA '11. Alexi is a Co-Founder of Nomad Health, Inc. and serves as its Chief Executive Officer.
*More pitch teams and panelists to be announced.