Pete Flint is a Managing Partner of NFX Guild (www.nfx.com), an innovative Venture Capital fund that uses an invite-only Guild structure, network effects and advanced software to support entrepreneurs and build exceptional companies. The initial capital behind NFX Guild comes from the Partners and from some of Silicon Valley’s top VCs, including CRV, Greylock, Shasta and Mayfield. Prior to NFX Guild, Pete founded the online real estate company Trulia (www.trulia.com) in 2005, now one of the most popular real estate websites and mobile apps in the U.S. He was its CEO and Chairman from inception to acquisition. In July 2014, rival property service Zillow purchased Trulia for $3.5Bn, with both brands continuing to operate side-by-side. Pete serves on the Board of Zillow Group, the parent company. Before founding Trulia, Pete was part of the founding team at lastminute.com, a leading European online travel company that was acquired by Sabre/Travelocity in 2005 for over $1Bn. Pete is an active angel investor and advisor to technology companies and is a founding Board member of New Story Charity (www.newstorycharity.org), a technology enabled platform focused on eliminating homelessness by building sustainable communities around the world. He is a frequent speaker at Internet, entrepreneurship, technology and real estate conferences and is also a guest lecturer at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business and at Oxford’s Said Business School. He has been a Finalist in the national E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year awards, named “Most Admired CEO” by the San Francisco Business Times, one of the “Most Powerful CEO’s Under 40” by Forbes and one of the most powerful and influential people in real estate. Pete is a member of the Young Presidents Organization. He received a Master’s and First Class Degree in Physics from the University of Oxford, and his MBA from Stanford University in 2005 and is a graduate of the Singularity University’s Executive Program. Pete is a Henry Crown Fellow and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute.