Each semester, Berkeley Innovators and CITRIS Foundry cohost a talk that features successful Cal alumni in the startup world. On December 5 we’ll hear from a pair of alumni with a Founder/Funder relationship as they discuss the entrepreneurial startup journey and the challenges and benefits of finding the right key investor.
Surbhi Sarna ’07 is the founder and CEO of nVision Medical, a medical device company dedicated to advancing women’s health innovation. She received her degree in Molecular & Cell Biology and is a “Forbes 30 under 30” recipient.
Ted Kuh ’82 is the founder of Ultima Partners, which provides strategic advice and seed capital to companies. He is also an advisor at SkyDeck and has been a lecturer at Haas School of Business. Ted received his BS from Haas and his MBA from Wharton.
The talk will be moderated by Alic Chen, MS ’09 PhD ’11, co-founder of CITRIS Foundry.
5:30pm – Registration and seating
6:00pm – Welcome remarks and introductions
6:10pm – Fireside chat with Surbhi and Ted
6:45pm – Audience Q&A
7:00pm – Progam concludes