Mr. Bruce Leak is the Founding Partner and serves as General Partner, Managing Director & Board Member at Playground Global. He serves as Board Member at Puralytics. Mr. Leak served as Board Member at uAvionix. From an early age, his intellectual curiosity led to a fascination with computers and emerging technology and later informed his career path which took him from the frontier days of Apple and Microsoft, to entrepreneurship, to his time at Playground investing in complex ideas with the potential to change the world. With a Master's in Electrical Engineering from Stanford, Mr. Leak spent two summer internships at Microsoft. There, he tested an early prototype of Microsoft Word for the original IBM PC and later worked on the first versions of Microsoft's Macintosh applications. His first full-time role was with Apple's System Software team where he led the company's efforts on 32-bit Color Quickdraw which became the foundation of true color display on Mac screens and led to the birth of QuickTime. Mr. Leak spent five years at Apple expanding the QuickTime team, shipping several versions of the product and speaking at developer conferences. Mr. Leak was later recruited by Steve Perlman to General Magic, and they set out to build a color version of the platform for gaming. In 1993, Mr. Leak joined forces with Peter Barrett and Steve Blank to form Rocket Science Games, where he hired many members of the Quicktime team, supported developers, and built the gaming platform. His next venture was WebTV, which he founded with two General Magic alumni, Steve Perlman and Phil Goldman. WebTV was acquired by Microsoft and the company went on to ship the first DVR products for Echostar and DirectTV. After founding several startups selling technology and services to mobile phone operators and automotive OEMs and traveling the world, Mr. Leak co-founded Playground Global-the venture capital firm he wished existed when he was building his own company. From robotics to quantum computing to groundbreaking medical advancements, Playground's true north is leaving a lasting impact for generations to come.