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  • Senior Vice President at GIC
  • Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management
  • San Francisco Bay
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  • Professional Experience

    2011 - Present
    Computer Software | 501-1000
    2006 - 2011
    Manage direct investments in late stage tech companies and Limited Partner investments in technology & energy focused funds.Sit on advisory board of 11+ VC, energy, cleantech and tech buyout funds. Represent GIC on board of two direct late-stage investments. One unique area of interest is to develop thematic investments related to Natural Resources.
    2004 - 2006
    My team manages direct investments in late stage tech companies and LP investments in venture capital funds.
    2004 - 2004
    I took a leave-of-absence from Intel in order to attend Kellogg. In this position, I returned to Intel Capital to explore investments in enterprise software.
    1999 - 2003
    During this period at Intel, I worked in Intel Capital's incubation program (named the New Business Group). I also spent time working for two 'start-ups' funded by Intel (Intel Solution Services and Intel Online Services).
    1997 - 1998
    Spent my time working out financial and throughput models to assist in the transition of next-gen semiconductors from R&D to large-scale production.
    1995 - 1997
    MESH was a management consulting firm focused on improving the operations of small hospitals and clinics. In this role, I conducted a wide range of analysis - from developing operational simulations to completing financial due diligence on new medical technology. I remember spending a lot of time analyzing the lifecycle of a medical record folder.
    1995 - 1995
    I worked for EVP of Operations at Harley Davidson. My role was to find and repair weaknesses in the supply china, with a focus on manufacturing and materials. My one big discovery was that scrap metal parts can be sold for profit rather than sent to a dumpster for recycling.
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  • Educational Background

    2002 - 2004

    Extra-activity: Named Raymond Wagner Scholar

    1993 - 1997

    Extra-activity: UW Wisconsin Alumni ScholarshipEngineering Honors List

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