Yachtz Radcliff is a highly successful entrepreneur with a diverse background spanning various industries. He has a passion for music, art, technology, culture, design, chess, basketball, and the New Yorker, and has a lifelong commitment to improving society. Yachtz has played jazz with Wynton Marsalis, and was an all-national musician with a top saxophone studio. He has raised and managed millions on Wall Street and founded an alternative energy hedge fund that predicted Tesla's rise from $27 to $270.
As co-founder and finance director of The Global Action Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Yachtz built two health clinics in Sierra Leone that treated 20,000 people and educated 30,000 mothers. Through this organization, they also screened 200,000 children for malnutrition and partnered with the World Health Organization, eventually exiting to Partners in Health.
Yachtz brings together a team of world-class engineers, designers, artists, and technologists across 3 continents and 15 countries to build the future of the Creative Economy at Musae, a company that he founded. From idea to execution, Musae is Yachtz's proudest achievement.
Yachtz Radcliff studied at Northwestern University and held positions as Principal and PM at Radcliff Capital LLC, Vice President-Investments at Maxim Group, and Advisor at Oppenheimer & Co.