Kamron K. Khodjaev
Junior Associate

Direct: 412.927.1796 
Cell: 646.306.6022
Fax: 412.294.0492
kkhodjaev@inetworkspe.com


Kamron Khodjaev has joined iNetworks after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh College of Business Administration. During his academic tenure as a foreign student from Uzbekistan he was a part of various social and educational organizations to continuously grow in the new environment. He founded Student Business Club at Pitt-Bradford where struggling students received mentorship, networked, participated in charitable fundraisers and travelled. While on Pittsburgh campus, Kamron was part of the Socially Responsible Investment Portfolio with $250,000 under management covering public companies in consumer staples and consumer discretionary sectors.

Mr. Khodjaev worked as a summer investment banking analyst with a London based boutique investment bank Kerburn Rose in New York City. Where he assisted in building financial models and pitch-book presentations on $15 to $30 million transactions.

At iNetworks, he performs the due-diligence and financial analysis on existing and potential portfolio company transactions. Additionally, he is continuously involved in providing operational support function across marketing, sales and product pricing to the team at PropelIT the behavioral analytics software company. Currently, Kamron is enrolled in the CFA program and is a Level II candidate. Gaining a direct operational and transaction experience with iNetworks developed Kamron’s significant interest to work with early stage and growing companies.  

Outside of work Khodjaev is a part of Jewish Family and Children’s Center’s refugee program where he took the initiative to lead the support group for immigrants from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other Eurasian countries who are in need. His goal is to help as many immigrant families as possible to thrive and gain comfort in their early days in America. Khodjaev is also an interpreter for ISAC, Immigrant Services and Connections due to his knowledge of Russian, Uzbek, Uyghur and Turkish languages.