Joined 5 months ago from Portola Valley CA
When I was a child, I was raised in San Carlos, and I'm one of three siblings.When I got my MBA from the Wharton School at Penn, I went to Bellarmine College Prep in San Jose as well as UC Berkeley.Among his many interests include sports like bicycling and jogging as well as swimming and Crossfit. He also enjoys traveling and skiing as well as 80s and EDM music and movies, as well as reading and fantasy football.Paul has competed in the Vineman Ironman, the Vineman Half Ironman, the Hawaiin Half Ironman, and the San Francisco, Avenue of the Giants, and New York City Marathons, as well as several other endurance events.After more than 30 years as an investment banker in technology, he has held positions at Robertson Stephens, Morgan Stanley, Piper Jaffray, Lehman Brothers and Moelis & Company.Miles and Sutton Inouye were born to Paul and Lisa Inouye.
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