Sarosh Kumana is a real estate entrepreneur and angel investor based in San Francisco, with over 25 years of startup and management experience. He founded and ran a leading California government foreclosure brokerage and a mortgage brokerage company for over 15 years. He is President of Pacific Capital Management, managing member of Junglee LLC, and also manages several other private investment vehicles. He is a member of Health Tech Capital, a limited partner in numerous VC funds, and active with Sand Hill Angels in Silicon Valley as President of the Board of Directors.
Previously, he was responsible for financial product development at Citicorp, and later, Controller for the Retail Banking Division at Crocker Bank in San Francisco.
Sarosh has a major commitment to global sustainability. He sponsors and supports a number of educational projects in the US and around the world through the Foundation for a Sustainable Future. Locally, he is actively involved in civic, community and political affairs, particularly involving housing and good government issues.
Sarosh serves on the Ambassador Council at Global Footprint Network, and on the Advisory Council of the Don Jones Center for Entrepreneurship at Tepper Business School, Carnegie Mellon University.
Sarosh received a B.Com. from Sydenham College, University of Bombay, and an MBA from Carnegie-Mellon University.
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