Gleb Chuvpilo (Глеб Чувпило)
MIT Engineering, Wharton MBA + Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, Clarium Capital, Palantir, Y Combinator, Ride, Pager
A former quant for Goldman Sachs, Gleb is an entrepreneur and investor who worked alongside Peter Thiel on a number of ventures, including Palantir, where he helped grow their finance division, and Clarium, where he managed risks of Peter's $6 billion global macro portfolio. Gleb co-founded Authy Inc. (acquired by Twilio), a cloud security firm, and led the company as its Chief Executive Officer through technology and product development, angel round of funding, and customer acquisition. Gleb was also a Founding Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer at a $5 million early stage venture capital fund in Silicon Valley, where he led fund formation, negotiated the Limited Partnership Agreement with investors, as well as supervised legal, audit, and accounting relationships. Right now Gleb leads a team of engineers, scientists, and technologists at the advanced central research and development unit as Vice President of Research and Development and member of Leadership Team at Ride Group Inc., the New York-based technology company that operates ride.com website and mobile apps. With more than 90 employees across the United States and in more than 5 countries, Ride is the leading provider of commuter logistics to businesses funded by TPG Growth, the global private investment firm with more than $7 billion in assets under management.
Gleb holds a Bachelor of Science degree (double major in Computer Science & Aerospace Engineering) from Moscow State University, a Master of Science degree (double major in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and Finance) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is now doing his MBA for Executives (double major in Finance and Strategy) at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania (Class 2017). Gleb is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and an Energy Risk Professional (ERP).