Umair is Founder and Chairman of Renaissance 2.0 Media, Inc. Umair is also Venture Partner with The Entrepreneurs' Fund, an early stage Silicon Valley based venture fund. Previously, Umair co-founded Clickmarks Inc., a mobile software company with investors such as Vodafone, DFJ, and Mitsubishi that was acquired by Semotus Inc. in 2005. Umair also founded Verisium, a software testing tools company and Folio3, a services company that focuses on providing offshore operations incubation to small companies. He is also co-founder of Chowk, a social community focused on South Asia. Umair was part of the Itanium microprocessor group at Intel Corporation. Umair started his career as a high school teacher, teaching math and advanced math to 10th and 11th graders. Umair received a BS in Mathematics (1992) and an MS in Computer Engineering (1995), both from MIT.