Adam Marchick is the CEO of Kahuna, a venture backed marketing engagement start-up. Before Kahuna, he worked for Bain Capital Ventures in Boston and then was part of the team that founded Bain's Palo Alto office. Prior to joining Bain Capital Ventures, Mr. Marchick was a venture investor at Menlo Ventures, where he focused on Mobile, SaaS, RFID, and Business and Consumer Services. At Menlo, he identified and provided diligence for multiple investments, including AeroScout, Carbonite, and OnRequest Images. Mr. Marchick also served in Product and Sales roles at Facebook, AAyuja, Accenture, and iBeam Broadcasting (IPO in 1999). He began his career as a software engineer at Siebel Systems.
In 2006, Mr. Marchick co-founded the Glow Foundation, a non-profit that provides financial education and aid to college-ready, low-income students in Northern California.
Adam received his BS in Computer Science from Stanford University, then went back to get his MBA at the Stanford GSB a number of years later.
Software, mobile, social ventures, venture capital
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