Paul Klein IV
Paul is a software engineer and startup founder focused on developer tools and infrastructure.
His first company, Stream Club, enabled developers to build live streaming studios in their web browsers. Stream Club raised $2.1m in 2020 and was acquired in 2021 by Mux, a video infrastructure company. At Mux, he leads self-service growth and strategy. Before Stream Club, Paul was a software engineer at Twilio as it grew from $100 million in revenue to over $1+ billion.
Outside of work, you will likely catch Paul staying active. In 2021 he completed a full-distance Ironman, swam from Alcatraz to SF, and ran three marathons. His Hawk Hill PR is a soft 9:29.
Paul has lived in San Francisco for the past ten years, starting with his time studying computer science at San Francisco State University. He’s lived in the Sunset, SOMA, Mission, Duboce Triangle, and Lower Haight.
George Matelich is a software engineer turned product manager with a background in enterprise software, advertising technology, and most recently B2B2C property technology. He is currently leading a team at Updater focused on reimagining the way we move.
Prior to Updater, George was a product manager at Jelli, building out a subscription payments platform to support the first self-serve omni-audio DSP for SMBs. Before Jelli, George was a software engineer and product manager at Workday.
In his free time, George also ran the largest pizza blog in the Bay Area, Slice of SF, for over four years. It gained over 13,000 Instagram followers, reached over 50,000 accounts per week, left nearly 100,000 impressions per week, and raised thousands for local food banks.
When not eating pizza or working, George spends a lot of time riding his road bike about as far as he can. He most recently completed the Death Ride (103 miles, 14k vertical feet). He loves to cook, go on very long walks, and read. George lives in San Francisco with his fiancée, Anne, and has lived in Cow Hollow, Russian Hill, Pac Heights, and the Mission. He is originally from Larchmont, New York and graduated from Washington and Lee University with a bachelors of science in computer science.