Srini is a global executive and strategic leader in healthcare. Srini currently serves as Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Treasurer for Penumbra, Inc., a global healthcare company focused on innovative therapies that address challenging medical conditions in markets with significant unmet need.
Previously, Srini spent six years at SC Capital, a healthcare fund that he founded. At SC Capital he identified, evaluated, and proposed healthcare investments to family offices and select fund groups. Prior to that, Srini was a General Partner at Galen Associates, a late-stage venture capital investment firm investing exclusively in healthcare. Over his 15 years at Galen, Srini reviewed 1,200 investments, worked with 59 portfolio companies and was deeply involved with 15, and served on four boards. Prior to Galen, he was an Associate at Smith Barney Harris & Upham. Srini began his career at General Motors Corporation designing aircraft engines.
Srini is an Advisory Board member of Stanford Center for Asian Research and Education (CARE), a premier leader in Asian health research on a global scale. He previously served on the board of Gilda’s Club, a not-for-profit charity focused on free emotional and social support for cancer patients and families.
Srini earned his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Madras University in India. He also earned his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University and his M.B.A. in Finance from Indiana University.
Srini is based in San Francisco and Miami. His personal interests include tennis, golf, photography, and travel.