Rob Majteles is an experienced investor, a former three-time ceo, an active and involved board member, an engaged process-oriented fund investment committee and fund advisory board member, and a cancer survivor.
Rob founded Treehouse Capital, LLC as a personal investment vehicle in 2000. With decades of operating, investment, and board experience, Rob is a big picture thinker and contrarian who is not afraid to be wrong and is willing to stand alone while pursuing asymmetric returns.
Rob has extensive experience serving on, and chairing, public and private company boards and also serving as a fund advisor and investment committee member for a wide variety of investment funds. Additionally, Rob is also a Board Member-in-Residence for Mach49, a growth incubator for global businesses.
Prior to launching Treehouse, Rob was the chief executive officer of three technology companies, succeeding twice in generating superior investment returns for his shareholders and failing once. Rob has also been an investment banker and a mergers & acquisitions attorney, and was a long-time adjunct professor at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and frequent quest lecturer and Stanford Law School and at Berkeley’s School of Law.
Rob received a law degree from Stanford University in 1989 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia University in 1986. Rob and his wife, Pamela, have three children and live in Oakland, California. Rob enjoys travel, reading, the arts, and any and all time he can spend with his family.