Marc Vanlerberghe


Marc Vanlerberghe is the chief marketing officer of Algorand and previously served as senior marketing director at Google. He graduated from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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Rodri Fernández Touza

Rodri Fernandez Touza is the co-founder of Crossmint and previously worked at McKinsey & Company. He is a graduate of Stanford Graduate School of Business, Harvard Kennedy School, and the University of Navarra.

Molly Mackinlay

Molly Mackinlay is the Engineering & Research Lead at Protocol Labs and was previously a product manager at Google. She graduated from Stanford University.

David Pekar

David Pekar, Co-Founder and CEO at Rare Bits. At Rare Bits (, we believe digital goods that live on the blockchain are fundamentally better for consumers. We’re building products that introduce these goods to mainstream audiences. Formerly, Product Manager, AdMob at Google; Co-Founder, Head of Product at Toro.

Will Robinson

Will Robinson is vice president of engineering at Coinbase and previously served as chief Technology officer at Chronicle. He graduated from Stanford University.

Romil Verma

Romil Verma is the co-founder of Outdefine and previously worked as a software engineer at Google. He is a graduate of Stanford University and Purdue University.

Neal Kaufman

Neal Kaufman is the CEO of Aligned. He has extensive financial experience as a CFO, Hedge Fund Managing Director, and CEO of a public company. He was a senior executive at NBC Internet (a division of GE) and 3Com Corporation. He began his career working for McKinsey & Co. in the US, Europe, and Latin America. Neal has an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar, and he holds a M.A. from Stanford University. He received his bachelor's degree in Economics from Harvard College, where he earned a varsity letter in football.

Lukas Scheucher

Lukas Scheucher is the CTO of Compass Labs and previously worked as a software engineer at Google. He graduated from Stanford University and the Technical University of Munich

Jason Rosenthal

Jason Rosenthal is an operating partner at Andreessen Horowit and previously served as vice president of subscription services at Google. He is a graduate of Stanford Graduate School of Business and Pomona College.

Grant Sohn

Grant Sohn is the co-founder of Carry Protocol and previously worked at McKinsey & Company. He graduated from Stanford University in the United States.

Jake Greenstein

Jake Greenstein is a Partner and the Head of Infrastructure at Hivemind. Jake focuses on Hivemind’s staking and mining activity, capital deployment into DeFi applications, and leads DeFi and Market Infrastructure venture investments, as well as Hivemind's internal infrastructure needs. Prior to Hivemind, Jake spent the last four years leading Algorand’s strategy team, where he supported the organization’s growth from a dozen to one hundred employees. Jake also played a key role in launching the Algorand protocol and the achievement of its all-time high market cap of over $13B. Before joining Algorand, Jake pioneered a hybrid software development and consulting role at Mastercard where he led teams building analytic and other software products for external clients and the firm’s own use. Jake received his MBA from Stanford University where he graduated as an Arjay Miller Scholar. He also received a BSE in Mechanical Engineering from Duke University and was elected to the Phi Betta Kappa and Tau Beta Pi honor societies.