Chuchu Ajukwu is a second year student at Harvard Business School. Prior to business school, he worked as an analyst for J.P. Morgan and an Investment Associate for Tenex Capital Management. He'll be joining Tishman Speyer full-time once he graduates.
Why REVC? Although he looks forward to making a living the old fashioned way (as his dad would say), he also believes the real estate asset class is ripe for modern technological innovation
Keyur Patel is a 2nd year MBA student at the Harvard Business School. He is an Operations Management, International Business, and Entrepreneurship major with several years of corporate experience working at Johnson & Johnson and Amazon.
Why REVC? Keyur is interested in real estate development as an investment opportunity and would like to reduce the barriers to entry for first-time investors through the use of technology. With REVC he hopes to understand the current influence technology has on this landscape and identify areas of opportunity.
Ben Pleat is a Senior at Harvard College and the founder and CEO of Doorbell, a real estate tech startup that brings the community and convenience benefits of co-living to any apartment building. Ben's background spans real estate and technology, having worked with companies like WeWork, Goldman Sachs, and Israel Cleantech Ventures.
Why REVC? Ben strongly believes that technology will continue to disrupt the way we interact with the built world around us
Shirley Choicer is a senior at Harvard College and will be joining Cadre, an online marketplace for real estate investments, upon graduation
Why REVC? She doesn't know yet!
Andrew Faulkner is a first year student at Harvard Business School. Prior to business school, he worked as a structural engineer for Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, opening a new Chicago office for them in 2014. After HBS, Andrew hopes to work in real estate development and investing.
Why REVC? Real estate is the largest industry in the US, yet it has seen little innovation compared to other others. With the REVC, he hopes to facilitate innovation in this field.