Tatiana is a founder of Jagger, a mobile app that helps customers to find and book last minute, local activities and events uniquely tailored to their taste, interests, and location.
Tatiana studied Business and Entrepreneurship at UCLA, while working full-time. She used the leadership, operations, and product management skills she gained at UCLA to found Jagger, which she launched in April 2014. Since then, Jagger has been downloaded over 12,000 times and has been recognized as one of the most innovative startups of the year by Digital Entertainment World.
Founder of Lightedstar Entertainment LLC, Founder of CINESHARES
Mariah is the founder of Lightedstar Entertainment LLC and CINESHARES, a motion picture marketplace where users watch, make, and fund films.
An Oakland native and Kauffman Fellows Finalist, Mariah is an entrepreneur and media consultant who studied motion picture producing at the UCLA school of Theatre Film & Television. She is the founder of Lightedstar Entertainment LLC and has a patent pending for CINESHARES, a motion picture marketplace where users watch, make, and fund films.
Jules is co-founder & COO of Hire an Esquire, a venture-backed labor marketplace providing an on-demand workforce of attorneys to law firms and in-house legal departments.
Hire an Esquire’s Software as a Service (SaaS) product is used by law firms and in-house legal departments to find, manage and pay a team of contract-based attorneys on demand. Jules previously worked in operations & management roles at both Fortune 1,000 & startup companies.
Executive Committee Member, General Partner of Mohr Davidow Ventures
Josh Green joined Mohr Davidow’s team in 2006. Today, he is focused primarily on the nexus of cleantech and information technology. Josh also works with several healthcare companies in the Mohr Davidow portfolio.
“The entrepreneurs in this business are in it to change the world. The companies they are building have the potential to bring sustainable change and efficiency to classic industrial processes. Today, the most interesting companies are being formed at the intersection of information technology and these processes.”
Jeff Suto, UCLA Ventures executive committee member, has over 30 years of experience serving as a counselor for venture-backed companies from the pre-business plan stage through sale, IPO and beyond.
Jeff serves as outside general counsel for emerging growth companies. He has 30 years of experience serving as a counselor for venture-capital backed companies from the pre-business plan stage through sale or IPO and beyond. Throughout his career, Jeff has specialized in representing technology companies, with an emphasis on corporate partnering, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, technology licensing, public offerings and SEC compliance. He has also represented numerous venture capitalists, angel investors and underwriters in private financings and public offerings, as well as individual executives, and has served as an expert witness regarding corporate and securities matters.