Welcome New IEC Member Rob Hutter, Founder & Managing Partner at Learn Capital

Welcome New IEC Member Rob Hutter, Founder & Managing Partner at Learn Capital

June 11, 2020

Dear IEC Members & Friends,

Please welcome new IEC member Rob Hutter, Founder & Managing Partner at Learn Capital, as our next confirmed founding member of the International Executive Council (IEC). We have included his bio and Linkedin Profile below for your review.

Rob Hutter is the Founder & Managing Partner at Learn Capital. He oversees the investing practice of the firm, which spans seed, early-stage and emerging growth companies dedicated to the transformation of learning and the improvement of individual and societal capacities at scale. He currently serves on the board or as board observer for a number of Learn Capital companies including Coursera, Photomath, Smashcut, Brilliant, Andela, and several other breakthrough firms. He is also Chairman of the VIPKID Education Research Institute. In addition to his work with edtech companies, he is a participant in two academic neuroscience organizations.

Previously, Rob was a Partner at Revolution Ventures, an early-stage venture investment firm and affiliate of Founders Fund. He was additionally co-founder and president of Swarm Networks, a massively scalable storage company purchased by Intel. He was also involved in the founding stages of transportation intelligence leader SmartDrive Systems and the chipmaker Silicon Spice, which was purchased by Broadcom. In addition, he co-founded two companies in online games and also co-founded Edusoft, a K-12 assessment management platform purchased by Houghton-Mifflin in 2003. He is a graduate of Harvard University.

IEC Founding Member Rob Hutter, Founder & Managing Partner at Learn Capital

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/rob-hutter-b571



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