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About Me

1996 - Present

Auckland born, NY raised, Indian origin.

Currently splitting time between the UWS and ABQ, with as much travel as possible in between.

My name is Indranil. Feel free to call me Indy. This site will give you pretty good idea of who I am, but in short, I'm a New Yorker who loves to learn and build things. I am interested in a lot of fields and once I am exposed to something I like, I can get obsessed with it pretty quickly. 

Through the week, I'm helping build a mental health platform as their Director of Finance. It's been a wonderful experience thus far and I'm excited to see all of the growth.


Building startups is my professional passion and I have a bunch of ideas of my own. I've helped scale businesses from 1-10, 500-1000, and everything in between, so I'm also always around to chat new ideas and help new founders with things like hiring strategy, business model validation, and financial planning.

Outside of work, I run long distances slowly (4 NYC Marathons down), play tennis decently, and eat all of the wonderful things NYC has to offer. I'm a huge Yankees fan, an F1 nerd, and love going to concerts/festivals.

My personal mission is to improve the world in any way that I can, through any methods I know how, and to leave the world healthier, happier, and kinder than the one we live in today.


2021 - Present

Director of Finance

NYC | Mental Health

Heading up FP&A (financial planning and analysis) and strategic/operational finance. Supporting the CFO with investor reporting/fundraising, and supporting Alma's growth as a whole. 

We've raised over $200M at a valuation of ~$800M, are available in all 50 states, and were included on Inc's Best Workplaces in 2022.

2019 - 2021

FP&A Lead

NYC | Food/Online Ordering

Led budgeting and reporting, helping manage growth from ~400 employees to a global workforce of nearly 1,000. Helped raise a Series C and D.

Slice had more than 14,000 pizzerias on the platform, spread across all 50 states. Featured in Crain and Inc's Best Places to Work, and Fast Company's World's Most Innovative Companies.

2018 - 2019

Sales and Expansion

NYC | Recruiting/HR Tech

Sold the AngelList talent platform to startups in NYC, SF, and Boston, generating hundreds of thousands in placement fees. Led the platform's expansion into LA, generating a $1M+ run rate in a matter of months.

Now called Wellfound, AL Talent helped thousands of companies with their hiring needs, and fostered a global ecosystem of 8M+ startup-focused people across the globe.

2014 - 2018

Head of Finance

NYC | Recruiting/HR Tech

My intro to startups and where I really learned almost everything I use today. We were 4 people when I joined and nearly 30 when I left. One of the first 'e-staffing' hiring platforms, we helped generate thousands of interviews and hundreds of hires for startups in NYC and BOS.

InterviewJet was acquired and people from the team have gone on to work at companies like Dataminr, Rhino, and the MLB.

2013 - 2017

BSc in Business | NYC Campus

Finance, Operations, Accounting; Minor in Physics

It's tough to sum up my NYU experience. I'll start by saying I'm grateful for having gone and think I am better for it. I'm a member of the Haskin's Giving Society and think NYU (especially Stern) does a great job of helping you get a job. 

I think I'm just less of a fan of formal education and have learned more through work and projects. But regardless, professors like Andrea Bonezzi, and the city itself make NYU a great school.

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