Dr. Raymond Levitt serves as Operating Partner at Blackhorn Ventures. He serves as Partner and Board Observer at Toggle Robotics. He was a Board Member of OnePointOne. He is Kumagai Professor of Engineering Emeritus at Stanford University, recalled to active duty 50% time, and Director of the Global Projects Center at Stanford. He teaches classes and conducts research on organization, governance, and entrepreneurship in Stanford's Sustainable Design and Construction program. He served as Chair of Stanford's Faculty Senate from 2012-13. He founded and directs Stanford's Global Projects Center (GPC), which conducts research and executive education focused on the financing, governance, and sustainability of global building and infrastructure projects. In 2017, he launched a new GPC initiative to explore and create disruptive business opportunities arising from the collection, integration, and analysis of "big data" from multiple, public and private sources in emerging "Digital Cities." He is a long-time member and current President of the Farmers Investment Club, an angel investment group of 20 Stanford faculty, staff, and affiliates. He co-founded and served as a Director of Rackwise, Inc., until shortly before it became a public company in 2011. He co-founded and served as Chairman of Design Power, Inc., acquired by Bentley Systems in 2007. He founded and launched Vité Corporation and served as its initial CEO and Chairman; Vité's SimVision Software was acquired by ePM, LLC in 2002. From 2008-2014 he served as a Commissioner of California's Public Infrastructure Advisory Commission, to channel private investment and expertise into California's aging transportation infrastructure through public-private partnership (PPP) concessions. He was elected a Distinguished Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers in 2008 and was inducted into the National Academy of Construction in 2013.