Aaron Schwartz is a successful entrepreneur, investor, and advisor with a wealth of experience in business development, management, and leadership. He is a graduate of Columbia University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, and later, the University of California, Berkeley, where he obtained his Master's in Business Administration from the prestigious Haas School of Business.
Over the years, Aaron has founded and cofounded several companies, including Modify Watches, Refill Revolution, and Passport, and has served in various roles, including Chief Business Officer at Returnly, Vice President of Business Development at Returnly, and Board Member at Larkin Street Youth Services. He has also served as an investor at several companies, including Twine, Documate, and Placement.com, and advised startups such as Magoosh and Goodbye Bread.
Aside from his professional endeavors, Aaron has also mentored numerous Thiel Fellows and served as an intern at Senator John Kerry's office. His extensive experience and expertise in the business world make him a sought-after speaker, consultant, and thought leader.