Kartik has been recognized as one of the world's top 40 business professors under 40. He has received several teaching awards including the MBA and Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching awards at the Wharton School. Kartik is a cofounder of Yodle Inc. He has served on the advisory board of Milo Inc (acq by eBay) and is actively involved with other startups as either an investor or board member.
Kartik has a PhD in Management Science and Information Systems from Carnegie Mellon University.
Jason Kincaid currently works as a writer at TechCrunch.
He grew up in Danville, California and later relocated to UCLA in Los Angeles, California, where he studied biology with a minor in ‘Society and Genetics’.
Mo Koyfman is a Principal at Spark Capital. Mo has led Spark’s investments in Aviary , gdgt, Skillshare, Svpply , and Work Market. Mo most recently served as Chief Operating Officer of Connected Ventures, parent of CollegeHumor.com, BustedTees.com and Vimeo.com.
Mo received a BS in economics from The Wharton School with a concentration in finance, and a BA in English from The College of Arts & Sciences.
Gabriel Weinberg (http://ye.gg/) is a founding member of Hacker Angels and the founder of Duck Duck Go, a search engine. Previously he founded NamesDatabase, which was sold to United Online in 2006. Before that, Gabriel went to MIT in Physics and Technology Policy.
Zach Weinberg is the Co-Founder, President and COO of Invite Media, acquired by Google in June 2010.
Zach attended The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania from 2004 to 2008, concentrating in management and entrepreneurship. He co-founded Invite Media in 2007 during his junior year of college. In 2009, along with his co-founders, Mr. Weinberg was named on Business Week’s list of Top 25 Entrepreneurs Under 25.
Previously, Mr. Weinberg co-founded EatNow.com, a venture that was privately sold in 2006.