Dmitri Mehlhorn: Insight and Analysis

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Dmitri Mehlhorn a Partner at Vidinovo, an early stage investment firm, and frequent expert guest columnist for renowned financial sector publications joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Dmitri Mehlhorn discuss the following:

  • You have served as a top executive in many different sectors.  What is the difference between leadership in the corporate world, at law firms, in the nonprofit sector, and in the public sector?
  • Many of your college and graduate school classmates have gone on to elected office.  What are the qualities you most admire in your friends who now serve as public officials?
  • What are some of your most widely read publications?
  • As a writer, what would you define as your expertise and/or most passionate area of interest?
  • What are your favorite achievements as a writer?
  • You have been an activist and advocate for education reform, for police reform.  How have you worked for those causes?

Duration: 10:17

Dmitri Mehlhorn is a partner at Vidinovo.  Previously, he served as President of Bloomberg BNA Legal, a Virginia-based division of technology giant Bloomberg LP.  Before that, he spent 7 years at Gerson Lehrman Group, a leading expertise exchange with 19 global offices.  There, he was Managing Director and his responsibilities included global research management, new market sales, and legal / regulatory affairs. Earlier in his career, Dmitri served as Chief of Staff and antitrust counsel at O’Melveny & Myers, a top-20 global law firm.

Dmitri started his career as an engagement manager at McKinsey & Company, the global consultancy.  As a political activist, Dmitri has co-founded several groups focused on market-friendly advocacy.  These include Hope Street Group, a 501c3 national nonprofit focused on centrist innovation in healthcare and education; StudentsFirst, a 501c4 focused on K-12 educational performance; and the Great New England Public School Alliance, a group funded by Michael Bloomberg and focused on electoral advocacy in New England.

Recently, Dmitri served as Senior Advisor to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to support the new administration on strategic, organizational, and talent management matters. Dmitri has written about market-friendly progressive solutions in housing, antitrust, technology, and economics, and earned degrees in law, policy, and politics from Yale, Harvard, and Stanford.



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