All opinions expressed are mine and mine alone.
Organizations grow when they succeed – and success comes from consistent, measurable actions made towards a goal. Over the next 20 years (2040) – businesses that work with liquids and fluids will have a strategic advantage due to numerous market forces, leading them to superior risk adjusted returns.
My career shifted twice between finance and industrial technology. I was employee #2 of a $2 Bn private equity fund of funds that invested in private equity and venture capital funds, CEO of a European start up, and have grown many privately held businesses.
My undergraduate degree is from the University of Virginia (1998 BA in Biology and Economics) and I have an MBA from the University of North Carolina (2005 MBA in Entrepreneurship and Marketing). I hold the CFA and LIFA designations and have significant international work experience (China, Australia, Eastern Europe).
I have been active with a number of illiquid alternative funds including Yet2 Ventures, and the The Startup Factory in Durham, NC before its closure in 2016.
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