Hunter Walk is a Partner at Homebrew - a seed stage venture fund serving founders who enable individuals and small biz to think big, with investments in Chime, Shield AI, Bowery, and Noyo. Previouslty, he led consumer product management at YouTube and AdSense, and was a founding member of the product and marketing team at Linden Lab. Earlier, he was a management consultant and also spent a year at Late Night with Conan O’ Brien. He has a BA in History from Vassar and an MBA from Stanford University.
Nakul is the founder of Audacious Ventures, an early stage VC firm focused on business/prosumer applications. Previously, he was a Partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners, where he led investments in Gainsight, People.ai, WhiteHat, WorkOS, BuildingConnected (Acquired by Autodesk), FortressIQ, Abstract, and Reflektive. Prior to Lightspeed, he was at Battery Ventures, where he was involved with investments in Marketo (NASDAQ: MKTO, acquired for $1.7b), Intacct (Acquired for $850m), Blue Jeans Network, 6Sense, HackerRank and Yesware.
Nihal is a Founding General Partner at Eniac which investments include Airbnb, Ancor (acquired by Airbnb), Hinge (acquired by Match.com), instinctive (acquired by SoundCloud). Prior to founding Eniac, Nihal was the founding CEO of LocalResponse, buzzd, the first real-time mobile cityguide, and ipsh!, one of the first full-service mobile marketing agencies in 2001, which was acquired by Omnicom (NYSE: OMC) in 2005. Nihal graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Philosophy and a BSE in Computer Science.
Brianne is the Founder & Managing Partner at Worklife VC - first creator friendly fund backed by Marc Andreessen, Zoom CEO Eric Yuan & execs from Dropbox, Slack and high growth startups reimagining work together. Worklife has invested in companies like Podia, Webflow, Tonal, and Public. Prior to starting the firm, Brianne was an angel investor.
Lauren leads the fintech thesis area at Acrew. She has made investments in companies including Chime, Pie, Divvy, La Haus & Papaya at the early stage and Plaid, Gusto & Marqeta at the later stage. Prior to co-founding Acrew, Lauren was a partner at Aspect Ventures. Previously, Lauren worked in product marketing at Google, where she led a number of launches for Workspace, including Google Drive. Lauren started her career building tech partnerships for the Clinton Foundation in India. She is a Trustee Emerita at Brown University where she served as the university’s youngest board member. She was named Forbes Midas Brink List 2021.
Maitree is an investor at Acrew focused on sourcing new investment opportunities, conducting diligence, and supporting portfolio companies. She works closely with the firm’s investments in Superpeer, ShopShops, Lolli, and Paceline, among other unannounced companies. Prior to Acrew, Maitree was an investor at Touchdown Ventures, where she helped launch and manage venture capital programs on behalf of large corporations, including T-Mobile. She is an active member of All Raise and is a Co-Chair of the All Raise Cohort Program fostering community and mentorship for women early in their venture capital careers. Maitree studied at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Authentic human connection, growth, and contribution are three of the most rewarding human needs. We are building Superpeer to empower authentic human connection by making connection first class.
At Superpeer you don’t just "like and subscribe" you get on the stage and really connect with the person you admire. That way we can truly cultivate fulfillment in people’s lives, both personally and professionally.
We care deeply about people and believe that having authentic working relationships is the key to a fun and fulfilling work environment.
Growing personally is good but nothing beats seeing someone grow because of your effect on them. This is what Superpeers do. This is what we do.
We love contributing to others’ growth both internally within the organization and externally through the product offering.