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Before joining Radius in 2013, Imraan’s career spanned a diverse range of entrepreneurial, investing and investment banking roles.
He co-founded the home health division of Atlantis Health System, now a multi-provider, fully integrated, risk-bearing healthcare organization.
Imraan earned an MBA from Columbia Business School, where he was an In SITE Fellow and a member of Foundation Capital’s Young Entrepreneurs Program.
He graduated with a BS in finance from the University of Maryland, College Park, where he was a Quest Honors Program Fellow.
Earlier, Sola was the Nigerian project coordinator for The Institute for Venture Design (IVD or The Institute), a partnership between Stanford’s Centre for Design Research (CDR) and the FATE Foundation.
Today he invests in startups that use advanced tech such as data science, AI, machine learning, and predictive analytics. His investing activities include Ven Seed, an accelerator for high-potential venture capital managers, Edge Harris, a family office in New York that he is helping to establish a seed fund.
Prior to Atlantis, Imraan was an associate at New Heritage Capital, a sector-agnostic, Boston-based private equity firm investing in founder and family-owned businesses.
Imraan began his career in investment banking, having completed the analyst program with Merrill Lynch’s M&A Group.
As an individual, Ben is also an advisor to Incent Align, an enterprise software company that enables large institutions to allocate resources more efficiently and effectively with a market-based approach.
Initial applications include allocating sales territories and accounts.
Ben is a graduate of Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering, graduating with a bachelor's degree with dual majors in civil & environmental engineering and public policy studies.