Soushiant Zanganehpour, Founder & CEO
What does the future of business innovation look like? Listen to Soushiant reveal what he learned on a recent posting to Silicon Valley in the video below.
about the founder
Soushiant is convinced we are at an important evolutionary inflection point about our acceptance of the current social contract and how we organize society. He believes the future will be one where distributed decision-making, decentralization and self-management through the support of AI and other exponential technologies are the norm. He is passionate about the future of governance and organizational innovation. Soushiant is a graduate of Singularity University’s Global Solutions Program, and the founder of Antropy, an operating system providing organizational tools to companies, charter cities and private entities, to help them self-manage without intermediaries. Soushiant is also the founder of Tribeca Impact Partners, a social impact advisory firm helping a range of clients build strategies, programs, business models and investment mandates integrating financial growth with social and environmental performance, as well as raise patient capital for future growth. Soushiant lectures at the Master’s level at Sciences-Po in Paris, France (as an adjunct professor), as well as at the Masdar Institute in Abu Dhabi, UAE, teaching impact investing and business models for social and environmental progress.
Soushiant has over 10 years of experience as an entrepreneur, management and strategy consultant, startup advisor and policy analyst working in Canada, the UK, France and the UAE. Soushiant earned his BA in Political Science and International Relations from the University of British Columbia, a Diplôme in International Affairs from Sciences-Po Paris and an MPP (Public Policy & Economics) from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). In 2010, he was awarded a full scholarship by the UK’s Foreign Office as one of four Canadian Chevening Scholars for his Masters. In 2016, he attended Singularity University’s Global Solutions Program as a Google scholar.