Jason Kuperberg ‘18, is co-founder of OthersideAI, combining the superpowers of former Whitman students Matt Shumer and Miles Feldstein, with Kuperberg leading growth, marketing and operations. Together they have recently raised close to $3 million to grow the venture.
Before graduating in 2018 with a major in biotechnology from the College of Arts and Sciences and a minor in Whitman’s EEE program. Kuperberg belonged to the Syracuse Hillel and LaunchPad communities, both of which catapulted him in the unexpected direction of entrepreneurship. From his experiences at Syracuse and the community he established within Hillel, Kuperberg quickly moved into the role of Springboard Innovation Fellow at Stanford University to launch his post-graduate life. Designing student experiences and partnering with students to build community using design-thinking, Kuperberg excelled and thrived in this role through the 2019-2020 academic year, along with his role as a Fellow in the Social Entrepreneurship Lab based out of the Stanford University School of Medicine.
A native of Rochester, Kuperberg is now based in Southern California. He has remained actively connected with the LaunchPad as an alumni Entrepreneur in Residence, mentor and judge for business plan competitions. He has also spoken at LaunchPad alumni events in California.