Executives

9

Board of Directors

4

Earnin Board of Directors

4 Board of directors

Earnin has 4 board of directors, including Alastair Rampell.

Name

Firm

Work History

Other Seats

Alastair Rampell

Experience starting and building profitable consumer and B2B products and companies. Now on the investing side. Previously: Investor/advisor in numerous internet startups including Pinterest, CardSpring (acquired by Twitter), myVR, Hunch (acquired by eBay), Xapo, BillShrink/Truaxis (acquired by MasterCard), LookFlow (acquired by Yahoo), OrderAhead, Lefora (acquired by CrowdGather), MangoHealth, Bloomreach, Datalot, World Golf Tour, SiftScience, Wooga, UpNest, Twice, Zong (acquired by eBay), Sweet Labs (formerly known as OpenCandy), Restaurant.com, Guidebook, friend.ly (acquired by Facebook), AngelPad, etc. Currently (at a16z): Investor/board at Branch.co, Cross River Bank, Quantopian, PeerStreet, OpenInvest, Propel, Transferwise, OpenDoor, FlyHomes, Loft, Descript, HealthIQ, Point, Propel, EarnIn

Earnin

Dana Stalder

Dana Stalder is a Silicon Valley based general partner at Matrix Partners, where he invests in early stage software and fintech companies. Dana’s experience cuts across multiple disciplines including sales, marketing, finance, technology and product management at companies such as eBay, Netscape, PayPal and Respond.com. He has managed nimble ventures as well as 2,500-person teams. Dana joined Matrix in 2008 from PayPal, where he was a senior vice president and managed all business operations, including product, sales, marketing and technology.

Earnin

David Daniel

Earnin

Jamie Montgomery

Jamie Montgomery is the Founder and Managing Partner of March Capital. Since its inception in 2014, March Capital has emerged as one of the leading private technology investment firms in N. America. Jamie's strategy is to invest in disruptive technologies and business models addressing major market opportunities and societal needs. He will typically enter in the Series A, B or C round and, over time, build larger positions. His investments at March Capital include CrowdStrike (NASDAQ: CRWD), ASAPP, Descartes Labs, Forter, Earnin, Generate Biomedicines, KnowBe4 (NASDAQ: KNBE), ThoughtSpot, and Tessian. March Capital is backed by a select group of family offices and institutions from around the world. The core hypothesis is that returns are coming from private investments in the innovation economy. Jamie believes there is no better sector to focus on than disruptive next-generation software companies. With this simple and clear strategy, Jamie and March Capital have delivered outsized returns in March Capital I and March Capital II for their investors. Jamie started March Capital in 2014 after the culmination of a career advising, financing and mentoring entrepreneurs at the Investment Bank he founded—Montgomery & Co. At Montgomery & Co, he advised over 500 companies, financed over 200 companies and took approximately 40 companies public. Jamie will host the 19th Annual Montgomery Summit on May 24-25 2022. Jamie has provided leadership to a series of philanthropic causes. He is currently Chair of The Campaign for St. Matthews and Vice-Chair of The Campaign for UCSD. He has served in voluntary leadership and board positions at UC San Diego, Claremont McKenna, Chapman University, Stanford University, Brentwood School, Westmark School, Boy Scouts of America, California Science Center and a range of other not-for-profit organizations.

Earnin

Name

Alastair Rampell

Dana Stalder

David Daniel

Jamie Montgomery

Firm

Work History

Experience starting and building profitable consumer and B2B products and companies. Now on the investing side. Previously: Investor/advisor in numerous internet startups including Pinterest, CardSpring (acquired by Twitter), myVR, Hunch (acquired by eBay), Xapo, BillShrink/Truaxis (acquired by MasterCard), LookFlow (acquired by Yahoo), OrderAhead, Lefora (acquired by CrowdGather), MangoHealth, Bloomreach, Datalot, World Golf Tour, SiftScience, Wooga, UpNest, Twice, Zong (acquired by eBay), Sweet Labs (formerly known as OpenCandy), Restaurant.com, Guidebook, friend.ly (acquired by Facebook), AngelPad, etc. Currently (at a16z): Investor/board at Branch.co, Cross River Bank, Quantopian, PeerStreet, OpenInvest, Propel, Transferwise, OpenDoor, FlyHomes, Loft, Descript, HealthIQ, Point, Propel, EarnIn

Dana Stalder is a Silicon Valley based general partner at Matrix Partners, where he invests in early stage software and fintech companies. Dana’s experience cuts across multiple disciplines including sales, marketing, finance, technology and product management at companies such as eBay, Netscape, PayPal and Respond.com. He has managed nimble ventures as well as 2,500-person teams. Dana joined Matrix in 2008 from PayPal, where he was a senior vice president and managed all business operations, including product, sales, marketing and technology.

Jamie Montgomery is the Founder and Managing Partner of March Capital. Since its inception in 2014, March Capital has emerged as one of the leading private technology investment firms in N. America. Jamie's strategy is to invest in disruptive technologies and business models addressing major market opportunities and societal needs. He will typically enter in the Series A, B or C round and, over time, build larger positions. His investments at March Capital include CrowdStrike (NASDAQ: CRWD), ASAPP, Descartes Labs, Forter, Earnin, Generate Biomedicines, KnowBe4 (NASDAQ: KNBE), ThoughtSpot, and Tessian. March Capital is backed by a select group of family offices and institutions from around the world. The core hypothesis is that returns are coming from private investments in the innovation economy. Jamie believes there is no better sector to focus on than disruptive next-generation software companies. With this simple and clear strategy, Jamie and March Capital have delivered outsized returns in March Capital I and March Capital II for their investors. Jamie started March Capital in 2014 after the culmination of a career advising, financing and mentoring entrepreneurs at the Investment Bank he founded—Montgomery & Co. At Montgomery & Co, he advised over 500 companies, financed over 200 companies and took approximately 40 companies public. Jamie will host the 19th Annual Montgomery Summit on May 24-25 2022. Jamie has provided leadership to a series of philanthropic causes. He is currently Chair of The Campaign for St. Matthews and Vice-Chair of The Campaign for UCSD. He has served in voluntary leadership and board positions at UC San Diego, Claremont McKenna, Chapman University, Stanford University, Brentwood School, Westmark School, Boy Scouts of America, California Science Center and a range of other not-for-profit organizations.

Other Seats

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Earnin Management Team

9 Team Members

Earnin has 9 executives. Earnin's current Founder, Chief Executive Officer is Ram Palaniappan.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Ram Palaniappan

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Current

Sean Delehanty

Symantec, Silver Lake, and Lehman Brothers

Chief Executive Officer

Current

Ofer Shaked

Chief Technology Officer

Current

Brittanie Williams

Chief Marketing Officer

Current

Sangeetha Raghunathan

Chief Compliance Officer

Current

Name

Ram Palaniappan

Sean Delehanty

Ofer Shaked

Brittanie Williams

Sangeetha Raghunathan

Work History

Symantec, Silver Lake, and Lehman Brothers

Title

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Chief Marketing Officer

Chief Compliance Officer

Status

Current

Current

Current

Current

Current

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