We're astonished by the number of people we encounter that are highly analytical, but for whom code is a barrier. We exist to break down those barriers and to allow them to express the talent and creativity they already have. Done right, we can uplevel an entire professional discipline.
Jake Fuentes is formerly Head of New Products for the Consumer Bank of Capital One, responsible for new product development across the organization. Previously, Jake was Co-Founder and CEO of Level Money, an award-winning personal financial management company later acquired by Capital One. Prior to founding Level Money, Jake managed international product development for Visa.
When not working on his company, Jake serves on the Board of Directors of SaverLife and Making Every Vote Count and advises multiple startups, and he's occasionally spotted with a pair of turntables and a microphone. He is a graduate of the Stanford University School of Engineering.
Jon was the co-founder of InfoScout where he led the engineering and product teams. InfoScout pioneered a mobile approach to building a consumer panel, which in turn empowered brands to dissect consumer behavior at a granular level in an on-demand platform. After its acquisition by Vista Equity partners in 2017, Jon led the innovation team at the newly branded Numerator. Prior to InfoScout, Jon was the co-founder of SkiReport.com (acquired by Vail Resorts) and FantasyBook (acquired by Citizen Sports).
Work aside, Jon is an advisory board member for the Bay Area for UT McCombs and is an avid skier, amateur cyclist, aspiring golfer, and enjoys hanging with his bulldog Elway.