|The University of Chicago - Booth School of Business, MBA|
|University of Michigan - Stephen M. Ross School of Business, BBA|
|Finance and Manufacturing|
Prior to Booth, Kai spent over seven years at Intel Corporation in Silicon Valley in a number of finance and strategic planning roles.
He was involved in the successful incubation, launch, and growth of the Intel Anti-Theft and Intel Wireless Display Programs, helping to transform these raw technology concepts into viable, revenue-generating businesses.
He was also a Team Lead in the Corporate Planning and Reporting Group, where he helped prepare the CFO for quarterly earnings releases and Board of Directors meetings. Most recently, Kai spent his summer interning at Edmodo, an Ed-Tech startup building a K-12 social learning platform.
Kai earned a Bachelor of Business Administration With Distinction from The University of Michigan with a dual degree in Finance and Manufacturing. His passions include basketball, technology, education reform, Bob Dylan, and – of course – Michigan football.