Clint co-founded Ulu Ventures, an early stage IT venture firm, after 15 years as a serial entrepreneur. He focuses on technology-enabled services, education technology, and companies that turn data into actionable information.
Clint is also a venture partner at Crescendo Ventures; teaches a graduate level entrepreneurship course in the School of Engineering at Stanford University; mentors at StartX, the Stanford student run accelerator; and co-leads Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs, an official Alumni Association group connecting investors and entrepreneurs in Stanford's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
An expert in decision analysis, Clint founded and led two internet companies, a training company, and a consulting company, all of which provided tools or processes to help individuals and organizations make better decisions. He holds multiple patents in web-based decision analytics, taught ethical decision-making at both Stanford University and Grinnell College, and co-authored Ethics for the Real World (Harvard Business Press 2008) with Stanford professor Ron Howard.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Clint holds a PhD and an MS in Engineering-Economic Systems from Stanford University, specializing in decision analysis, and a BA, with Honors, in mathematics from Grinnell College where he serves as Chair of the Board of Trustees.
Clint served his fellowship at Crescendo Ventures under the mentorship of David Spreng. He is a member of Class 14.