Mr. Greg Mauro

Board Member, Bridge International Academies

United States of America

Greg Mauro is a Board Member of Bridge International Academies, which has delivered life changing education to over 250,000 children across Africa and Asia. He is Founder and managing partner of Learn Capital, which has the largest portfolio of Ed tech investments in the world.

Previously he managed a US Treasury backed New Markets fund focused on education facilities for high performing high schools. He also served on the foundation board for High Tech High for eight years. Greg has co-founded four venture backed startups used by millions across the education, wireless, and media sectors. Most recently Greg was a co-founder at Edmodo, used by over 80 million teachers and students worldwide.

Greg is also co-founder of Nextivity, SmartDrive, and Tachyon, which collectively received $350M in venture capital.  Prior to these ventures, Greg joined four engineers to launch Entropic, which created the MoCA home networking standard before going public. Greg started his career as a strategy consultant for Monitor Group, and is a graduate of UCLA’s College of Honors.

An avid skier and surfer, Greg has visited over 100 countries. Greg is Chairman and Co-Owner of Powder Mountain, the largest ski area in the United States, and is also Chairman of the Summit Institute.