Sebastian Cabrera stopped by today to talk with us. Sebastian is from Bogotá, Colombia and is driven by the dream of creating a lasting positive impact in the Hispanic community. He is an active volunteer for the Hispanic Foundation of the Silicon Valley, the Economic Empowerment Fund and a mentor for the Peninsula college fund. In 2012, he started Optimumtempus.co, a company which features frames by independent designers and fits them to order with prescription lenses.
Afterward, each team sat down and was interviewed.
Even Edward Avila had a turn in the spotlight.
Brian Dixon and Ana Diaz-Hernandez from Kapor Capital visited us today. Brian Dixon focuses on identifying and evaluating early-stage investments along with helping portfolio companies grow effectively. Brian joined Kapor Capital after spending two summers as an MBA intern.
Brian gave us tips on the investor pitch process and explained how things work from an insider’s point of view.
We ended the week with Rich, Francisco, and Abraham playing some tunes.
I made it over to Shoreline Lake for the sunset and found a group of people playing on the lake.