Focus Award Judge
As a recovering engineer (license to code was revoked in 2008, currently under appeal), I love to geek out with techie founders. I joined .406 Ventures in 2007, after nine years of technology-oriented operating, investing, and start-up experience.
I love to work with both experienced and first-time entrepreneurs to help them grow their visions into industry changing companies. I do a lot of mentoring as well as working with with students, including leading our #StudentFellows program.
I’m a Kauffman Fellow (Class of 2010) and received my MBA from Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business in 2002, where I was a Tuck Scholar. I started life as an engineer, graduating with a degree in Computer Science from Princeton University.