Stephen K. Shueh
Stephen K. Shueh is a founder and Managing Partner of Roundview Capital. Over the last 25+ years, Steve has helped transform the firm into a multi-family office with professionals who have a background in all facets of wealth management. He has enjoyed bringing together a talented team whose goal is to provide clients with peace of mind through integrated planning and investing.
Outside of Roundview, he serves on various boards that complement his love of investing by providing him with insight into different businesses and industries. His volunteer engagements allow him to pursue his passions of community building, education, and youth development.
The Bank of Princeton (TBOP) – He was an early investor in, and serves on the Board of Directors of, The Bank of Princeton where he chairs the investment committee. TBOP was founded in 2007 and went public in 2017. The bank now has over $1.8 billion in assets and a network of retail branches from Philadelphia, PA to New Brunswick, NJ.
Greyscale AI – Steve served on the Board of Directors of Greyscale, a Series A-funded Silicon Valley company that combines advanced imaging solutions with artificial intelligence/machine learning software to offer customers a comprehensive foreign matter inspection solution.
Lightbox Venture Capital – Steve served on the board of directors for the various funds managed by Lightbox Ventures. Lightbox is an early-stage venture firm in Mumbai, India. The firm was founded in 2014 when Lightbox raised a fund to acquire Indian investments made by venture firms Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) and Ram Shriram’s Sherpalo Ventures.
Grounds for Sculpture (GFS) – He is on the Investment Committee for the endowment of GFS. GFS is a 42-acre sculpture park, museum, and arboretum founded by artist and philanthropist J. Seward Johnson.
United Way of Greater Mercer County (UWGMC) – Steve chairs the Endowment Management Committee of the UWGMC. He has served as Vice Chair of the UWGMC. The UWGMC invests in programs, community partnerships, and volunteer engagement in central NJ.
The Princeton Public Library – He advises the Investment Committee for the Endowment. The Princeton Public Library serves the Princeton-area community, and is the most visited municipal public library in the state.
The Princeton Family YMCA – Steve has been involved with the Princeton Family YMCA over the years. As a child, this is where he learned to swim. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Y and chaired the joint Trustees of the Princeton YMCA YWCA.
The Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum – The mission of the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum is to tell the story of the unique culture, experiences, and contributions of the African American community of the Sourland Mountain Region. Steve serves on the Musuem’s investment committee.
Other Community Organizations – He enjoys being involved in community organizations that support education and youth development. These include: Princeton University (Class President), Montgomery Township Recreation Committee (Chair), the Lawrenceville School Parents Fund (Chair), and Montgomery Township Education Foundation (Vice President).
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. Steve has completed the Marine Corps, New York, San Diego, and Philadelphia Marathons. Other races that he has enjoyed include the Virginia Beach Rock ‘n Roll Half Marathon, the Lincoln, Nebraska Half Marathon, and the Philadelphia Distance Run.
Princeton University, School of Public and International Affairs, AB
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, MBA (Dean’s Award)
Stanford Graduate School of Business, Big Data/AI