Euler Bropleh is the founder and managing director of VestedWorld, a venture capital fund focused on spurring sustainable economic growth in underserved regions around the world. In this role, he is responsible for sourcing, vetting, and structuring transactions with early stage companies poised to achieve significant growth and impact. A native of Liberia, Bropleh has a firsthand understanding of the potential that capitalism has to transform the developing world and improve the lives of people living in those regions. This understanding fuels VestedWorld’s work and focus on investing in emerging markets. Prior to founding VestedWorld in 2014, he practiced law, specializing in venture capital, private equity, and merger and acquisition transactions with Latham & Watkins and Vedder Price. Bropleh holds a JD from the University of Chicago Law School, a graduate diploma in international strategy and economics from the University of St. Andrews (Scotland), and a BA in international studies from Emory University. Over his time in Chicago, he has been actively involved with several organizations, including The Chicago Law Foundation, the Institute for Justice Clinic on Entrepreneurship, MetroSquash, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Chicago Ideas Youth Program, and LaunchU.