Chou was focused on urban tech and affordable housing at Stanford GSB (MBA '19). He interned for the NYC Mayor's Office of the CTO on public-private tech in Summer 2018. Prior to Stanford, Chou ran his family's real estate investment company, Hoytt Enterprises, worked in acquisitions at a real estate private equity firm, Madison Capital, and was a business analyst at management consulting firm Integration Consulting.
In addition to an MBA from Stanford, Chou has an MSc in Managerial Economics from the London School of Economics, and a BA in Economics from Georgetown University.
Andrew is the co-founder and a general partner at Cavstone Investments, a residential real estate investment, management, and development firm. He also worked as a venture capital investor at TI Platform Management, a growth stage venture capital fund, where he specialized in real estate and financial technology investments. Prior to TI Platform, Andrew was a product manager at Tap to Tee and analyst at Somera Ventures.
Andrew holds a bachelor's degree from UCLA and an executive education in artificial intelligence from MIT Sloan.
Alex is an entrepreneur turned engineer. After developing and founding his own fitness application while in college, he acquired Venture Capital backing to kick off his career in software. Following this venture, Alex began consulting and working with major companies including Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Adidas, Spirit Airlines, cbdMD, Okta, Universal Pictures and more. He also dedicates his time as an active angel investor and has helped drive new startup companies from scratch up to 6 and 7 figures in revenue.