What is PCM?
Pacific Community Management (PCM) is a growth equity impact investment firm with $60 million in assets under management. PCM invests in scalable consumer-facing companies that create quality jobs and wealth in lower income communities. The largest banks and pension funds in the United States, such as CalPERS and CalSTRS, have invested in PCM’s three funds.
Eduardo RalloManaging Partner
Eduardo Rallo is a seasoned investor, entrepreneur and restaurateur. He is the Managing Partner of Pacific Community Management and serves on the boards of Pacific Catch and Pacific Pharmacy Group. Eduardo is also a cofounder and Managing Partner of Brainstorm Ventures, a small early stage venture capital fund whose exits include OpenTable and Zappos. Eduardo is the Chairman and Founder of Resmex Group, which manages several Bay Area restaurants, and of Farmacias Remedios, a pharmacy chain focused on the Hispanic market. He is the co-owner of Palau Moxó in Barcelona. He serves on the board of Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a $13 billion philanthropic organization. After business school, Eduardo cofounded World Wrapps Restaurants, a Nation’s Restaurant News Hot Concept Winner, and grew it to a 26-store chain before exiting. Eduardo received an MBA from Harvard University and graduated with a BA in Economics from UC San Diego. Eduardo grew up in Cuernavaca and Mexico City, Mexico.
Ariel JaduszliwerVice President
Ariel Jaduszliwer has a decade of experience as a venture capitalist and impact investor. He is the Vice President of Pacific Community Management and serves on the boards of ICU Eyewear and Pacific Pharmacy Group. Ariel is also a Managing Partner of Brainstorm Ventures, a small early stage venture capital fund whose exits include OpenTable and Zappos. He serves on the board of Defy Ventures, a nonprofit that provides entrepreneurship training to incarcerated people. Ariel is a Kauffman Fellow and Mentor. He is the co-owner of Palau Moxó in Barcelona. Previously, Ariel worked as a consultant at the Bridgespan Group, an affiliate of Bain & Company. Ariel briefly led the United Nations Development Programme’s Growing Sustainable Business Initiative in Venezuela. Prior to business school, Ariel worked in various capacities at Intel Corporation. Ariel received his MBA from Wharton and holds BS and MS degrees in industrial engineering from UC Berkeley and Georgia Tech, respectively. Ariel is a native Spanish speaker and New Yorker.