Ray Schuder is a Managing Director at Hewlett Packard Ventures. Ray led Hewlett Packard's investment in Adallom (acquired by Microsoft) where he was a Board Observer. He also led Hewlett Packard's investments in Hexadite, Tamr and Chef and is a Board Observer with each company. Prior to joining HP, Ray co-founded and served as Head of AMD Ventures, where he led 13 investments including ViVu (acquired by Polycom), Aviary (acquired by Adobe), Mixamo (acquired by Adobe), Bluestacks, Matterport, Raptr and Tango. Ray graduated with highest honors from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Ray earned two Masters Degrees from the Stanford University Graduate School of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing Systems Engineering) and an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. At Stanford, Ray received an AIM Entrance Fellowship and earned the Stanford University Centennial Teaching Assistant Award. In 2014 Ray was named to Global Corporate Venturing’s Powerlist 100. He is a named inventor on eight U.S. patents.