Raazi Imam is the Caiman CEO, Managing Partner, and co-founder - but we just like to call him “the over-achiever” (just not when he’s around). He is responsible for managing the consulting business, the consultants, strategy, and overseeing Caiman’s key clients to assure the quality and excellence of Caiman’s projects. He also develops Caiman’s partnerships with other companies and oversees business development for Caiman’s clients in the private and public sector. An experienced consultant himself, Raazi has worked with various clients including Microsoft, AT&T, Chevron Texaco, and Electronic Arts - working on key business initiatives, tools and systems development, and deployment across both domestic and international organizations.
Raazi is a good person to have in your corner. He’s active in the community and won the prestigious Puget Sound Business Journal's "40 under 40" in 2010. He also serves on the board of directors of both Friends of the Children and the Seattle chapter of the Entrepreneurs Organization. Through these organizations, his experience in areas like Strategic Planning, Fund Development and Mentorship has brought a lot of value to Caiman and Caiman’s clients in various ways. As an active investor in startups, Raazi also supports the UW School of Entrepreneurship and local entrepreneurs in various capacities. When he’s not spending time in the community, Raazi is passionate about cars…the faster, the better. Some of us can’t help but wonder why he doesn’t wear driving gloves and a racing helmet but it could be because, for all his love of automotive madness, he’s a down-to-earth guy who loves his wife even more. The two of them enjoy quick trips to sandy beaches, watching documentaries, and spending quality time right in their own neighborhood.