Adam Huttler is a serial social entrepreneur at the intersection of technology, culture, and social justice. His career has emphasized developing innovative business models and revenue strategies for mission-driven companies, in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors.
Adam currently serves as the founder and head of product for MonkeyPod, an all-in-one software platform for nonprofit organizations that supports accounting, donor management, fundraising, collaboration, and more. Previous ventures include Fractured Atlas, a non-profit technology company that helps artists with the business aspects of their work; Gemini SBS, a software development consultancy serving nonprofit and governmental organizations; and Exponential Creativity Ventures, a boutique venture capital fund backing early-stage technology companies that support human creative capacity.
Adam has a B.A. in theater from Sarah Lawrence College, an M.B.A. from New York University, and is a self-taught software developer. He is also an alumnus of Singularity University’s Executive Program and the University of California at Berkeley’s Venture Capital Executive Program.
Adam was named to Crain’s New York Business’s 2016 “40 Under Forty” class and was listed by Barry’s Blog as one of the “Top 10 Most Powerful and Influential Leaders in Nonprofit Arts” for five consecutive years.