Chris Wright is the founder and chief investment officer of Leland Fund. Launched in 2103, Leland Fund is a financial asset management firm serving high-tech markets. To find out more about our patent-pending object-oriented models, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris Wright is a native and lifetime resident of California, the once-Golden state. Firstborn to Kay O'Connor and Omar B. Wright, Jr., of Hollywood, CA, he earned degrees from Stanford University and University of California at Berkeley. To obtain copies of his birth certificate and college transcript, email email@example.com.
After passing the California Bar Exam, Chris embarked on a career as an antitrust attorney working exclusively in law firms comprising the Am Law 100. As a Latham-trained associate working in Los Angeles, he focused on traditional markets like "California supermarkets" and "shelf-stable foods".
He later moved to Palo Alto, CA where, as a high-tech specialist, his focus quickly turned to innovation markets like "shape-based constraint-driven routing tools" used in Electronic Design Automation software. He played his own unique role inflating the Internet Bubble. In the Microsoft Antitrust Wars, Chris fought and won many battles on behalf of California-based software competitors.
Today Chris uses idealized design as he learns to master object-oriented methods and tools. Working as chief technology officer of Intelligent Solar, a California-based startup promoted by Leland Fund, he relies principally upon object-oriented modeling and Unified Modeling Language (UML).
Politically, Chris has been registered as a Decline-to-State Voter since 1998, the year that saw both the Clinton impeachment and California's first (and only) experiment with a "free love primary". He remains a firm believer in free enterprise and the rule of law.
Chris splits his time between Los Angeles and the Bay Area.