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April 18, 2018 | 7pm - 10pm


Join successful business owners & like-minded entrepreneurial spirits as they share ideas that can enhance your business.


Karma International invites you to join us for Mentor Minds...

Karma International's Mentor Minds returns, a powerful business building series exclusively for Karma members and invited guests. On April 18th, we are pleased to welcome Karma Member and Forbes 30 Under 30 Andrew Yakub and 100 Thing's Sebastian Terry, at the Griffin Club Los Angeles.

Our Mentor Minds Series is a cutting-edge mastermind event created to introduce inspiring entrepreneurial experts and dive into their successes and pitfalls, giving guests an insight on what it takes to build a business. This series was designed to provide Karma International and our community with unique opportunities to exchange and obtain meaningful information with the presenters, invited guests, and each other.

Mentor Minds fosters an environment where networking and relationship-building is born. The sessions will feature panel discussions, audience Q&A, dedicated power networking groups, hosted hors d'oeuvres and beverages. 


April's Mentor Minds Speakers



CEO & Founder of Rayton Solar, Inc.

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ANDREW YAKUB is the founder and CEO of Rayton Solar Inc, which has developed a proprietary technology that allows the manufacture of solar panels that are up to 60% cheaper and 25% more efficient than the market standard. Andrew has been featured as one of the Forbes Top 30 Under 30 in 2016 for Energy. Most recently, Andrew presented Rayton Solar at CES as one of the Semi Finalists in the Extreme Tech Challenge. He has raised $8.5M for the company. Prior to Rayton Solar, he founded ReGen America Inc, a solar finance company that developed and financed some of the largest commercial solar rooftop projects in Los Angeles. ReGen successfully received over 3 million dollars in government grants and operates over 6MW of commercial rooftop solar. Before entering the solar industry, Andrew was a design engineer at the UCLA Particle Beam Physics Laboratory and an engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory working on the Mars Science Laboratory exploratory probe. Andrew holds a Bachelors degree in Physics from the University of California at Santa Barbara.



 of 100 Things

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Known worldwide for pursuing an incredible list of 100 Things that he wants to achieve before he dies, Sebastian Terry’s story is surprisingly not about a bucket list. It’s about something more far reaching; permission, choice, growth and connection. 
Following his heart and armed with nothing but a list, Sebastian's incredible story has grown from an entertaining tale of adventure into a global philanthropic movement that engages a growing tribe of hundreds of thousands to not just set meaningful goals, but pull the trigger and achieve them- all whilst helping others do the same.
Turned into a best selling book (‘100 Things’), a Discovery Channel documentary (‘100 things to do before you die’) and most recently a US-based reality TV show (‘100 Things) where Sebastian travels the world helping complete strangers achieve their specific dreams, 100 Things inspires people and organisations to gain perspective, think big and be the best they can be on every level so that others can follow suit. 


Thank You to Our November 2017 Speakers

In 2017, we were pleased to welcome our November Mentor Mind speakers:

Shaun Westbrook and Justin Choi at the Griffin Club Los Angeles.

About Karma

Karma is an exclusive, private membership organization dedicated to connecting exceptional & inspirational individuals both socially & professionally. We are a collective of leaders, entrepreneurs, professionals and adventurers who share and expand our spheres of influence.

Through a variety of experiential events, business networking & elite social gatherings, we empower our members to forge lasting bonds and friendships, thereby enriching each others lives, sharing business ideas and enhancing philanthropic causes.