Meet the Team


Adam Huttler, CEO

Adam Huttler is the founder and CEO of Exponential Creativity Ventures. This is his sixth company, with two acquisitions and two still in existence. He is widely recognized as an expert in business model innovation and revenue strategies for mission-driven organizations.

Adam is best known as the founder of Fractured Atlas, a social enterprise SaaS platform that helps artists with the business aspects of their work. During Adam's twenty years as CEO, the organization grew from a one-man-band housed in an East Harlem studio apartment to a broad-based service organization with an annual budget of $25 million. As of 2018, Fractured Atlas's services reach over 1.5 million artists across North America and have distributed over $200 million to support their work. 

Adam has a B.A. in theater from Sarah Lawrence College, an M.B.A. from New York University, and is a self-taught software developer. In 2011, he was recruited for the inaugural class of National Arts Strategies' Chief Executive Program. He is also an alumnus of Singularity University's Executive Program and the University of California at Berkeley's Venture Capital Executive Program. 

Adam was named to Crain's New York Business's 2016 "40 Under Forty" class and was listed by Barry's Blog as one of the "Top 50 Most Powerful and Influential Leaders in Nonprofit Arts" for five consecutive years. 

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Pallavi Sharma, Principal

Pallavi Sharma is the Chief Program Officer at Fractured Atlas, overseeing the team responsible for program strategy and growth, product development, customer service, and R&D. In that capacity she also has a significant role in Exponential Creativity Ventures, where she is a member of the three-person Investment Committee and works closely with our portfolio companies. 

Prior to joining Fractured Atlas, Pallavi was a full time consultant helping mission-driven entrepreneurs develop strategies, streamline operations, improve team effectiveness, and market themselves successfully. Her previous roles were varied and global, including working at large organizations like and Everyday Health Inc., to startups funded by Goldman Sachs, as well as an early stint in the luxury retail industry in India. Pallavi completed her MBA from IIM, Bangalore India and holds a Bachelor’s degree with triple majors in Psychology, English Literature and Journalism.


Fractured Atlas

Fractured Atlas is a non-profit technology company whose SaaS applications help artists with the business side of their work. Over 1.5 million artists rely on Fractured Atlas to raise money, sell tickets, track fans, find and manage space, manage risk, and more. 

In 2017, Fractured Atlas allocated a portion of its investment portfolio to mission-relevant tech startups. The following year it spun off Exponential Creativity Ventures as a separate entity. In addition to generating competitive investment returns, Fractured Atlas views Exponential Creativity Ventures as a parallel track on which to realize its vision of maximizing humanity's creative and expressive potential.