In this episode, Porter helps us navigate the evolution of the FinTech industry, including the upcoming intergenerational wealth transfer, financial influencers and their effect on investing, and the significant change that's still to come to the industry.
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Co-Founder, Jump Capital
Prior to co-founding Jump Capital in 2012, Sach held a variety of investment and operating roles. His diverse operating experience includes companies within the digital media, pharmaceutical research, logistics, and other technology/service industries. Prior to Jump he was as an operating partner at Tarsus and preceding that role, head of consumer moving for SIRVA (IPO: NYSE 2003). Having started his career in several of GE’s management programs, he has held functional roles both at GE and SIRVA, including product management and M&A. Sach earned an MBA from Northwestern Kellogg after a Chemical Engineering BS from University of Rochester.
Board Director, Reddit
A business builder, author and marketer, Porter is a Board Director and C-suite executive who has launched well-known brands (e.g. Virgin America) and been an advisor to over twenty CEOs at companies including RocketFuel (IPO), Accompany (acq. Cisco), WePay (acq. JP Morgan), Vurb (acq. SNAP), Routehappy (acq. APTCO), fitmob (acq. ClassPass), Headnote (acq. ASG LegalTech), UpLift, Michael Mina, Hint Water, Surf Air, Esri and more. She is an Independent Board Director for Reddit (valued at $10B+) and recently led the rebrand of Personal Capital prior to it being acquired by Empower Retirement for $1B. Notably, under Gale's leadership Personal Capital's aided awareness, with mass affluent investors, increased from 7% to 41% post rebrand.