Jake Kloberdanz

CEO I Founder ONEHOPE in Napa, California

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Jake Kloberdanz


Jake Kloberdanz founded ONEHOPE a tech platform powering 3,500+ wine tastings per month and growing one of the largest DTC wine brands in the world.

Since launching ONEHOPE, his vision and purpose has attracted more than $100 million in funding to grow the brand from zero to over 1.5M btls/yr and is now in the Top 200 largest wineries of 11,000+ in the US. He’s also helped to build a flagship vineyard, home, and winery from the ground up in the heart of Napa Valley. Their wines have received 95+ point ratings and 100+ medals in wine competitions. Under Jake's leadership, the business has received recognition in Inc. Magazine’s 500|5000 numerous times for being amongst the fastest-growing private companies nationwide. This is thanks to their innovative DTC model combined with their sales and marketing automation software empowering thousands of independent consultants to put on tens of thousands of wine tasting events a year, to fund donations for over 20,000 non-profits in 2021.

Other professional accomplishments include:

  • Board of Advisors 8VC: Top Performing Tech VC with over $5 billion under management.
  • Board of Directors After The Fire: A foundation he helped name and brand, integral in raising over $1 billion to help communities rebuild after wildfires.

Honors Include Wine Enthusiast’s, “Top 40 Under 40”, Businessweek’s, “Top 25 under 25”, presenting at The UN Global Summit, TEDx, Stanford, Cal, and MIT. He's been profiled by Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Inc.; as well as on TV networks such as CNBC, CBS, FOX, and ABC where he's shared his expertise in building brands communities and technology, as well as his new model, known as “Cause-Centric Commerce” - the integration of purpose into every day commerce and culture.

A graduate of Cal Berkeley's Haas School of Business and a two-time National Champion on the Rugby team, Jake now resides in Napa with his wife, Megan.

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  • Education
    • Haas School of Business