Ariel Jaduszliwer is the Vice President at Pacific Community Management, an affiliate of Pacific Community Ventures. He is responsible for assisting in all aspects of the private equity fund including identifying, analyzing, structuring, and managing private equity investments. He also currently serves on the board of PCV portfolio companies Bentek, Freshology, and New Leaf Paper. Ariel is a member of Kauffman Fellows Class 16.
Prior to joining PCM, Ariel worked as a management consultant for the Bridgespan Group, an affiliate of Bain and Company. While there, Ariel developed growth strategies for clients. He also advised the Gates foundation on its agriculture development strategy for sub-Saharan Africa and on its domestic education strategy. Ariel led the United Nations Development Program’s Growing Sustainable Business Initiative in Venezuela, which consisted of facilitating investments in businesses serving the base of the pyramid. Previously, Ariel worked in various capacities at Intel Corporation including manufacturing, pricing and strategic planning. In his latter role, Ariel ran Intel’s demand scenario planning process and managed a team of analysts responsible for aligning supply and demand across all microprocessor products. Ariel began his career at Neutrogena Corporation.
Ariel received an MBA degree from the Wharton School in 2007. He received his BS and MS degrees in Industrial Engineering from UC Berkeley and Georgia Tech, respectively.