EdCast’s CEO, Karl Mehta, Ranks as Best CEO for 2018
For the second consecutive year, the Founder & CEO of EdCast, Karl Mehta, was recognized with a Best CEOs award for small and mid-sized companies from Comparably. Karl joins other notable CEOs from large organizations that include Satya Nadella of Microsoft, Jeff Bezos, of Amazon, Elon Musk of Space X/Tesla, and Marc Benioff of Salesforce, to name a few. The full list is posted on USA Today.
The Comparably Awards honor businesses that are helping to drive positive culture change across companies large and small. Rankings are derived from sentiment ratings provided by employees who anonymously rate their employers on Comparably.com throughout the year. There are no fees or costs associated with participating, nor is nomination required.
To identify which company leaders are the best in the U.S., Comparably compiled data from nearly 10M ratings across 50,000 U.S. companies.
Karl Mehta is a serial entrepreneur, author, investor, engineer, and civil servant with over 20 years of experience in founding, building, and funding technology companies in the U.S. and international markets. He is currently Founder & CEO of EdCast Inc., an AI-powered knowledge-cloud platform company backed by Stanford University and former venture partner at Menlo Ventures, a leading VC firm of Silicon Valley with over $4B under management.
Previously, he was the Founder & CEO of PlaySpan Inc., acquired by Visa Inc. (NYSE:V), the world’s largest payment network. Karl also served as a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow, selected by the Obama Administration during the inaugural 2012-13 term. In 2014 he was appointed by Governor Brown to the Workforce Investment Board of the State of California. In 2010, Karl won the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award from Ernst & Young for Northern California. Karl is on the boards of Simpa Networks and on the advisory board of Intel Capital and Chapman University’s Center of Entrepreneurship.
Karl is founder of several non-profit’s including Code For India and Grassroots Innovation. He is author of “Financial Inclusion at the Bottom of the Pyramid”.