Colin Wiel

Colin Wiel is an engineer, inventor, and entrepreneur.  He is co-founder and chairman Mynd, a tech enabled platform for investing in single-family rentals, recently named the fastest growing company in the Bay Area.  He has co-founded four other companies, including Waypoint Homes, a pioneer of single-family rental, which raised over $3.5 billion, bought over 17,000 homes, and went public on the NYSE, and Wildlife Works Carbon, the global leader in forest conservation through REDD carbon credits.

Colin has multiple patents in artificial intelligence, has earned a spot on the Goldman Sachs Top 100 Most Innovative Entrepreneurs, and was awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year.  He serves on the boards of Pacaso and Blockchain Coinvestors Acquisition Corp.