Conrad is a Bay Area original and Silicon Valley technology veteran with broad business-building experience from executive roles at McKinsey & Company, SuccessFactors, SAP, and Benefitter.
As a consultant with McKinsey & Company, Conrad worked with world's largest businesses on digital transformation programs, including helping a top-3 retailer build differentiating digital capabilities to compete in a quickly changing market. Before McKinsey, Conrad was an early executive at SuccessFactors, where he drove the SaaS HR company's strategy and new product portfolio, resulting in a blockbuster IPO, and the company's subsequent sale to SAP for $3.4 billion. Conrad is an entrepreneur and investor; he co-founded Benefitter (sold to HealthMarkets), and invested in Directr (sold to YouTube), Huddler (sold to Wikia) and other startups. At SAP, Conrad worked in the Office of the CEO shaping corporate strategy.
In keeping with The House Fund's tradition of engaging UC Berkeley alumni, Conrad earned his MBA from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, where he focused his studies on innovation and management of technology. Conrad earned his undergraduate degree in Product Design Engineering from Stanford University.