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Jason is the CEO of Comparably, and one of the most active tech entrepreneurs, investors, & writers in Southern California. Before Comparably, Jason founded Docstoc, the largest content site to help small business. Over nine years Docstoc was one of the most visited websites in the world and grew over 50 million members, before it was acquired by Intuit in 2013. Jason also created Startups Uncensored, the longest running and most widely attended technology gathering in SoCal. Jason received his JD/MBA from Pepperdine University & BA from UCSB where he was the student body president of both universities. He was named one of the most admired CEOs by the LA Business Journal, and is currently serving as one of two Entrepreneurs in Residence for the City of Los Angeles, appointed by Mayor Garcetti. He's a frequent and popular writer on Forbes, Wall Street Journal & Business Insider. Jason also currently serves on the board of Tilly's (TLYS), Carelinx, and Collab Studios.
Yadid Ramot leads the engineering and technical development of Comparably, adding almost two decades of experience with user focused technology companies. Yadid got his start at Linkware Inc., a startup incubator based out of Israel. In 2005 he moved to New York and joined as a founding member of kSolo.com, an online karaoke and recording platform. kSolo was acquired by Myspace in 2006, and Yadid moved from New York to Santa Monica to lead front-end development for MySpace. In 2011 he Co-Founded Invested.in, a crowdfunding software platform, and worked as CTO in residence for Zuma Ventures from 2014-2015 before founding Crew32 with Jason, Mike, and George.
Mike leads operations for Comparably and brings extensive experience in finance, operations, and strategy to the team. In 2007, Mike co-founded DebtMarket, Inc., a web-based auction platform that connects buyers and sellers of loan porfolio. In 2011, DebtMarket, Inc. was acquired by Intercontinental Exchange, and Mike moved to Docstoc to work as COO with Pepperdine MBA classmate, Jason Nazar. Mike began his career in derivatives trading, worked as a partner for Venature LLC, and then as a senior associate for Growth Management Partners. Mike has served as a board member and advisor for numerous organizations including the Management Partners Leadership Committee, Wellhire, and the Pepperdine MBA Alumni Board.
As an active advisor for Comparably, George blends his skills in product, ux, and design to help improve the user experience for Comparably. George started his career as a software programmer at Adobe Systems before joining PayPal in 2000 to work with the core team on design. He worked in Product and UX for PayPal over the next six years designing many of the foundational product experiences. In 2006, he left PayPal to join David Sacks as co-founder of Geni.com, a genealogy-based social networking website that grew to over 20 million profiles in its first year. He also founded Geni.com's spin-off Yammer, which won TechCrunch50's Best-in-Show and was acquired by Microsoft in 2013 for $1.2 billion. George is an advisor to several early-stage internet companies including BetterWorks and Influitive.