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Public market investor turned tech visionary, Casey Woo, has spent the last two decades at the forefront of technology and finance, revolutionizing the way high-growth startups approach operations and strategy. His journey from analyzing markets on Wall Street to leading Operators Guild and FOG Ventures has positioned him as a thought leader at the intersection of technology, finance, and community building.

In this episode, Catherine Jhung is joined by Casey Woo to discuss his unique path from public market investor to influential COO/CFO in the tech industry. They discuss the creation and growth of Operators Guild and FOG Ventures, highlighting Casey’s approach to fostering community and driving innovation in the startup ecosystem.

Topics Include:

  • Casey’s transition from public market investor to tech COO/CFO
  • The founding story of Operators Guild and its impact on the tech community
  • Inside FOG Ventures: Strategy and vision for tech startups
  • The role of community in the success of tech and finance ventures
  • Navigating high-growth challenges in the startup world
  • Casey’s vision for the future of technology and finance
  • And other topics…


Casey Woo is the founder of Operators Guild, the premier community and ecosystem for finance and operational professionals at high growth companies, and its associated investing arm, FOG Ventures. He has two decades of experience as a proven, serial COO/CFO in high-growth technology companies, most recently as the CFO of property tech company Landing. Casey started his career as a public market investor focused on the consumer/retail, media, industrials, technology and healthcare sectors. His expertise in blending strategic finance with operational excellence has made him a pivotal figure in shaping the landscape of technology startups.