Conor Stanley is a web entrepreneur and technology investor. He is co-founder of Tribal.vc, a new early stage venture fund, and co-location hub in Dublin. Founded by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, Tribal is bridging Ireland and US tech communities & risk capital, partnering with top tier US VC's, advisors and innovators. Conor is an established investor with notable Irish & US tech startups including Intercom (CRM); Boxever (Big Data); PropelAd (AdTech); PageFair (AdTech); Cityhook (Travel); Phorest (SaaS); Visible Thread (SaaS); Balcony TV (Content) and LikeCharity (Payments). He was the lead investor and a board member of Jolt Online Gaming, which was a pioneering social games publisher in Europe and was acquired by GameStop corporation in 2009. In 2000, Conor co-founded and was CEO of Clearscape, a leading digital agency based in Dublin. The company was later acquired in 2008.
Mark got his start as a full-time operator – co-founding a dozen fintech, SaaS, e-commerce, retail, green tech, online gaming, and music ventures over the past 30 years. Now, Mark's passion is as 'player/coach'. His mission is two-fold: helping America reduce the cost and increase the efficacy of health care via technology, and enabling founders (with deep domain experience in their respective industry) to take on the legacy providers that directly or indirectly are holding back change. Mark is Founder and Chairman of the recently launched UCSF Health Hub, UCSF's new innovation hub and non-profit growth studio that connects ideas and companies with the people, expertise, and capital needed to grow and scale breakthrough healthcare solutions. Mark also previously was an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Softbank and then at NEA and founded Bad Ass Advisors, a curated community of thousands of Silicon Valley tech mentors and early-stage companies and has made over 125 investments in tech either as an angel or institutional investor. Mark is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and has served on it's Board of Overseers.
Hee-Eun Park focuses on mobile and software investments in Korea. Before joining Altos Ventures, she was a co-founder and CEO of IUM, an Altos-funded company in Korea. She took the company from a business plan to the largest mobile dating service in Korea, serving over one million subscribers. Hee-Eun began her career as a Strategy Manager at NCsoft, Korea’s largest online gaming company. She received a BS in Communications from the Seoul National University.
Perez is a Co-Founder at Tastemade. Joe is an entrepreneur, advisor and Internet product executive with over 17 years of experience in technology, media and health. Most recently, Joe was EVP of Product and a founding team member of Demand Media (NYSE: DMD) where he spent the last six years building products and communities for one of the largest networks on the Internet. Joe was also the Co-Founder of The Daily Plate, a popular diet and fitness community and app that was acquired by Demand Media as a foundation for the health and wellness site LIVESTRONG.COM. Joe and the team grew LIVESTRONG.COM from a small startup to one of the most visited health and wellness sites in its category in just 4 years. The MyPlate Calorie tracker mobile app has grown to be one of the most popular paid apps in the health category on iTunes since launching in 2007. Prior to Demand Media, Joe was SVP of Network and Operations at Intermix Media, parent company of MySpace (acquired by Fox Interactive Media), where he was responsible for building and operating the online gaming and social media platform group. Previously, Joe was an executive in Silicon Valley where he worked for a variety of technology and gaming startups inclduing TEN/Pogo.com (acquired by EA), Excite@Home and Pulse Entertainment. Joe currently serves on the advisory board of the USC Center for Body Computing (CBC) whose mission is to bring together business and research innovators to study, accelerate and create digital health solutions. Joe graduated from the University of San Diego with a degree in business and an emphasis in Marketing.