- Yale University 4 years
- International Rescue Committee 3 years
- Columbia Business School 2 years
- Boston Consulting Group 4 years
- Warburg Realty 5 years
- MetaProp NYC 4 years
- Bain Capital Ventures 1 year
Clelia Warburg Peters is an innovator, operator and investor working in the real estate industry. Prior to her role at Bain Capital Ventures, Clelia co-founded MetaProp, a $40 million seed stage venture fund focused exclusively on real estate technology and one of the first sector specific funds focused on PropTech. In addition to investing in real estate technology, Clelia currently serves as president of Warburg Realty, acting as key advisor to her father, CEO Frederick Warburg Peters, in managing and growing New York’s only remaining independent mid-size real estate brokerage. Clelia is editor at large for the Inman Conferences, where she acts as a primary moderator at the leading event series focused on the future of the residential real estate industry. Clelia is the elected co-chair of the Real Estate Board of New York’s RLS Board of Directors (the New York MLS system equivalent), sits on the Board of REBNY’s Tech Committee and is a member of the Board of Trustees at Side, Inc.
Before moving into real estate, Clelia worked in partnership with noted business leader Sallie Krawcheck on an early stage technology concept focused on work opportunities for women, and spent four years as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. Clelia began her career as a humanitarian relief worker with the International Rescue Committee, working across conflict affected regions including Nepal and the Democratic Republic of Congo. She holds a Master of Business Administration from Columbia Business School and a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University.
Clelia is a member of the NY Metro chapter of YPO (Young Presidents Organization), and of C200, the preeminent global organization for women business leaders. Clelia is a native New Yorker with a personal passion for supporting women and families in defining new and more inclusive paradigms for success and leadership. Her greatest passion is her own family, including her husband Hugh and two small children.