“We would like to build a future that works for everyone, where biodiversity is rebounding, where people see their role as magnanimous stewards of wealth, not just looking for ways to indulge.”
For the last eighteen years, Raman Frey has started businesses and served on the boards of a variety of organizations. As a event producer, public speaker, moderator and interviewer, Raman thrives off improvisation. He loves real civil discourse amongst people with opposing points of view and enjoys being challenged in his thinking.
Raman was a founding partner of The Bureau, a benefit corporation, advisory and startup accelerator operating at the intersection of blockchain technologies and ESG (environmental, social and governance) impact. The Bureau is currently developing and will soon deploy Dispatch, an enterprise ready blockchain protocol, reverse compatible with Ethereum.
He currently serves as an active advisor to RootProject, a new crowdfunding platform that applies blockchain to the crowdfunding needs of non-profits. RootProject is designed to free these organizations from the time consuming demands of traditional fundraising.
Raman is also the founder of Good People Dinners, a Bay Area community focused on meaningful conversations, usually over food and drink. These dinners, corporate salons, overnights and retreats bring together professional chefs and fascinating speakers on a wide range of topics. GP Dinners has operated for 6 years, producing nearly 200 events and counting.
His writing has appeared in the Harvard Business Review and he often posts essays and interviews to Medium. On a recent episode of What Comes Now, Raman discussed blockchain and community building with host Rosie von Lila.
Raman is a mountaineer and scuba diver, an amateur chef who hosts dinners for friends at his home as often as possible.