Mike Zlotnik has been a debt and equity investor in real estate since 2000. He started his career and has spent nearly 15 years in the IT field, managing risk, business intelligence and software. Mike’s passion has always been real estate investing because of its predictability and well-understood risks. In 2009, he joined Tempo Funding, LLC (Mortgage Pool Fund), as Vice President. In 2014, he assumed the role of CEO. Mike is the author of the book, How to Choose a Smart Real Estate Investment Fund. He also has a podcast called “Big Mike Fund”.
Michael Levitt, with Breakfast Leadership and published author of 369 Days: How to Survive a Year of Worst-Case Scenarios, brings people back to life. He’s focused on helping individuals and leaders within corporations learn boundaries in their work and personal life so they can accomplish more by doing less, which will save them and their careers, and possibly their lives.
Ryan McKenna is the founder of McKenna Capital, which is a private equity firm that helps accredited investors invest in recession-resistant real estate assets. He focuses on value-add multifamily, self-storage and manufactured home parts. Since starting McKenna Capital, Ryan has helped investors allocate capital to over 10 deals, which have a combined asset value of more than $250 million. Ryan has worked with some of the most experienced and well-respected operating partners across the U.S.
Kim Snider has spent 20-plus years as an entrepreneur, options trader, investment advisor, financial engineer, author, speaker, educator and financial talk radio host. Her investment firm, Snider Advisors, was on the Inc. list of “Fastest Growing Companies” 2 years in a row, in 2008 and 2009. Kim retired at 47 and sold her investment firm. In 2011, she moved to South Carolina with her husband and dogs, built a polo farm and planned to lived happily ever after. It all was going well, until Crypto came along. Motivated by the cascade of bad advice she saw pouring out all over the internet, Kim unretired to create Sane Crypto and help baby-boomers get properly positioned for what could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, but not get wrecked if it turns out to be a big “nothing-burger”.