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Umair Khan is founding partner at Mentors Fund, a seed stage venture firm. He is a visiting professor at U. C. Berkeley, College of Letters and Science. He is also the founder and chairman of Folio3, a software services firm, and founder of SecretBuilders, an education technology company. Previously, Umair co-founded Clickmarks, a mobile enterprise software company acquired by Semotus. Umair was also founder of Wordwalla, which pioneered web-based application multilingual e-mail and website creation. He has over 20 industry patents, including four from his work at Intel (where he started his career) and one from his graduate research at MIT. He has been profiled in USA Today, The New York Times, and The Entrepreneur. He is co-founder of OPEN (Organization of Pakistani Entrepreneurs) . Umair received a BS in Mathematics (1992) and an MS in Computer Engineering (1995) from MIT. He is a 2008 Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.