Nat Turner Wharton Undergrad '08
TURN 30 MINUTES INTO $81 MILLION
Nat met Josh Kopelman, W’93 and Founder of half.com and First Round Capital, at the Entrepreneur in Residence Program.
As a student, Nat explored many venture concepts landing on what eventually grew into InviteMedia.
In 2010, Google acquired InviteMedia for $81M.
In 2012, Nat founded his new venture, Flatiron Health.
Yet again, First Round Capital is an investor, now joined by Google Ventures, which invested $130M in 2014 (its largest medical software deal yet). Nat is working to help cure cancer, partnering with cancer centers to organize the world’s oncology data in order to accelerate research and optimize treatment.
Today, Nat is an ardent supporter of Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship’s programs, providing guidance, advice, & support to young entrepreneurial-minded students.