Moaz Hamid is founder and managing partner of mvmt ventures, a tech startup for people with disabilities. He is an advisor for SoftBank Robotics, serves on the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) foundation's board of directors, is an advisor and mentor for early-stage startups for Fast Track by First Round Capital, and serves as chair of the advisory board for Startup Boost (pre-accelerator). Hamid is particularly proud of his role on the LA Mayor Entrepreneurship Program, working with Mayor Eric Garcetti for underserved-youth.
Early in his career, Hamid worked with Google on the emerging market growth for Maps, Apps, and Search and with Microsoft on bringing new smartphone solutions to market. He speaks with gratitude of mentors at Google and Microsoft who helped him advance in his career. Hamid studied systems analysis and design, creating code and user experience processes for a multitude of organizations. He most recently studied Venture Capital and Angel Investing with Black Venture Institute, Salesforce Ventures, and Operator Collective at the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business.
Hamid is an active member of the Dream Council and interested in engaging more deeply with MLKCH. He lives in northern California but is in Los Angeles frequently for business.