James Currier

James Currier is a four-time CEO and the Managing Partner of NFX Guild, an early-stage fund with a three-month program for marketplace and network businesses. NFX Guild is based in Palo Alto, CA, and runs programs for fifteen startups twice per year. Prior to NFX Guild, James was Co-Founder of IronPearl, a growth analytics company for networks and marketplaces, which sold prior to launch to PayPal in 2013. Prior to that, he was CEO of Jiff, an enterprise health care software company, which has so far raised $55M from investors such as Venrock. James was Co-Founder and CEO of WonderHill, a social gaming company that produced Dragons of Atlantis and merged with Kabam in 2010. In 1999, James was the Founder and CEO Tickle, which became the 18th largest website in the world and was acquired by Monster in 2004. James is a graduate of Phillips Exeter, Princeton and Harvard Business School, and is a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute. More info at http://www.nfx.com