Kartik Gada has 20 years of experience across investment banking, hedge funds, and technology business unit management. He was previously a Managing Director at Reliance Capital. Before that, he founded 3D Strategies Management, a commodities futures hedge fund that was among the highest returning small funds during that period.
Earlier, he was a Director at Netgear, responsible for the full P&L of the $250M consumer products division. He is the author of a widely read book on the new economics of technology, The ATOM (http://atom.singularity2050.com/), and will be teaching a finance class at Stanford University starting in early 2017.
He has an MBA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and is the entrepreneurship co-chair for the UMich Bay Area Alumni Board.