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Team

 

Auxo’s Managing Partners, Robert Cherun and Erik Mikkelsen, bring a diverse and complementary experience. Their backgrounds include management consulting, corporate finance, investment banking, private equity, and entrepreneurship.

 

Auxo’s Managing Partners are supported by their investors / advisors: a diverse experienced group of executives, entrepreneurs and investors who have successfully acquired and operated leading companies in a variety of industries. Our team of over 20 investors / advisors brings extensive experience in acquiring, actively managing, and successfully growing profitable businesses.

 

Please see the team biographies listed below for more details:

 

Managing Partners
Robert Cherun
Erik Mikkelsen

 

Select Individual Investors

Doug Abbey

Gordon Cheung
Nestor Cruz

Bob Dahl

Sandro Mina

Michael O’Connell

Kausik Rajgopal

Gerald Risk

Rafael Somoza

Martin Steber

Jose Stella

Richard Venn

Kent Weaver

Steven Wheelwright

W. Brett Wilson

Institutional Investors & Key Principals

Egis Capital

 

JCP Capital

 

Search Fund Partners

 

 

 

 


 

Managing Partners

 

 

Robert Cherun

Prior to co-founding Auxo, Mr. Cherun worked in strategy and business management at Morgan Stanley in New York. At Morgan Stanley, he managed a team of professionals to aid management in a successful turnaround effort in the Global Wealth Management Division, with a specific focus on market planning, compensation, client experience, talent management, cost-cutting, and real-estate. Prior to Morgan Stanley, he worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company in Toronto, where he served Canadian and international clients in financial services, retail, payments, and technology. While at McKinsey, Mr. Cherun published global knowledge papers on subjects including relationship intelligence and the North American food retail industry.

 

Mr. Cherun has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He also received an Honours Business Administration (HBA) from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, where he was an Ivey Scholar (top 10% every year). He grew up in Ottawa, Canada and spends his weekends downhill skiing and collecting Coca-Cola memorabilia.

 

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Erik Mikkelsen

Erik Mikkelsen has experience in private equity, investment banking, and start-ups. He is currently a Managing Partner of Auxo Management LP, a Toronto based private investment company he co-founded in 2010. Erik is also currently the President and serves on the board of UCIT Online Security, a 100+ person high-tech surveillance company with 4 offices across Canada that was purchased by Auxo in 2011. Throughout his career Erik has worked on over $30 billion of executed transactions, ranging in size from under a million dollars to several billion. Prior to co-founding Auxo, Erik was in the acquisitions group at Regent Properties, a real estate private equity firm in Los Angeles. Prior to Regent, he was an investment banker in the Leveraged Finance Group at Barclays Capital in New York. Previously, Erik co-led the Business Development department of Ink Media, a new media development company he co-founded. At Ink Media, Erik was responsible for attaining over 50 advertising clients and growing the online membership base by leveraging a team of over 100 volunteers he recruited and managed.

 

Erik graduated with Distinction from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, where he received his Honours Business Administration (HBA). He has advised for several start-ups and is an active community volunteer. Erik was born in London, England and grew up in Western Canada where he was an ice hockey and lacrosse player.

 

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Douglas D. Abbey

Mr. Abbey is a co-founder of AMB Property Corporation and IHP Capital Partners. He has more than 30 years of experience in commercial and residential real estate investment and development. He is a member of the Board of Directors for Pacific Mutual Holding Company and Pacific LifeCorp, parent companies of Pacific Life Insurance Company, as well as Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance, Inc. He is a Trustee and past Vice Chairman of the Urban Land Institute, a member of the Executive Committee of the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics at UC Berkeley, past Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Golden Gate University and on the real estate committee of the UCSF Foundation. Mr. Abbey is a member of the Board and Executive Committee of Bridge Housing Corporation, a non-profit affordable housing developer active in Northern and Southern California. Mr. Abbey is a graduate of Amherst College and has a Master in City Planning degree from the University of California, Berkeley.

 

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Gordon Cheung

Dr. Cheung is a world-renowned interventional neuroradiologist and lecturer. A pioneer of carotid angioplasty/stenting and percutaneous vertebroplasty, Dr. Cheung also created the first MRI imaging training program in Canada during a long academic career at Sunnybrook Hospital. He is currently the Director of MRI and CT at CML HealthCare Inc. and a consultant and quality advisor to myriad hospitals and independent health facilities. Regarded as Canada’s premier medical legal consultant, he is highly sought after for critical legal advice. Dr. Cheung is a respected entrepreneur with involvement in multiple radiology clinics and medical device companies. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of  Tornado Medical Systems and a founding director of Excelion Technologies, an RFID HealthCare Solutions company.

 

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Nestor Cruz

Mr. Cruz is currently the CEO and president of Excelion Technology Inc., a RFID Healthcare Solutions company. Throughout his career he has invested a 26 years as an entrepreneur, senior corporate executive and Global IT consultant, working for some of the world’s largest corporations like EDS, Oracle, Achievo and Bell Sygma (now CGI), even co-founding and leading his own IT Professional Services company, Netstar Solutions Inc. As a change agent, he is constantly aligning organizational goals, structures and people. As a senior leader, he has a constant focus on outstanding relationship and organization building. His experience has made him a recognized speaker on the Global IT Outsourcing market and the recipient of the 2009 Trailblazer Award from the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAAC). Aside from applying himself to his business commitments, he is also involved in the community; as board member and past chair of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (Central Zone) and past member of the Rouge Valley Health System (hospital) foundation board, he continues to be committed to the betterment of his community. Mr. Cruz attained his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto and his certificate in Industrial Engineering Technology from Ryerson Polytechnical University.

 

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Bob Dahl

Mr. Dahl is a founding partner of Arrowhawk Capital Partners. From April 1999 until June 2006, Mr. Dahl served as the head of Global Healthcare for the Carlyle Group, a leading private equity firm with over $75 billion of equity under management, where he was responsible for the firm’s investments in the healthcare field. During his tenure at Carlyle, Mr. Dahl served on the investment committee of the U.S. buyout funds, including the $7.9 billion Carlyle Partners IV and the $3.9 billion Carlyle Partners III funds. Mr. Dahl also served on the investment committee of the $430 million Carlyle Mezzanine Partners. Prior to Carlyle, Mr. Dahl served as co-head of healthcare investment banking in North America at Credit Suisse First Boston. Earlier in his career Mr. Dahl was a CPA for Price Waterhouse. Mr. Dahl is a graduate of the Harvard Business School, where he was elected a Baker Scholar and received a Loeb Rhodes fellowship. He received a BA from Middlebury College.

 

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Sandro Mina

Mr. Mina is a co-founding Managing Director of Sverica International and is based in the Boston office. He currently serves on several portfolio company boards including Ackerman Security Systems, Center Rock, Creative Catalog Concepts, iCoat Company, OASIS Group Ltd and Prospect Education. Mr. Mina also serves on the board of the Swedish School of Boston. He was previously President and CEO of Cameraworld.com, one of Sverica's pre-fund portfolio companies. In earlier careers, Mr. Mina worked in the public and private sectors in a number of industries, including technology (United Nations Computing Centre and Storage Technology), banking (Citibank, Goldman, Sachs & Co. and VISA) and telecommunications (consultant for a large European company). A native of Italy and Sweden, Mr. Mina earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Imperial College at the University of London and his MBA degree at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.

 

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Michael O’Connell

Mr. O'Connell is currently the Managing Director of M2O Investments, a family investment fund. He was formerly the Managing Director and President of Anhalt, O'Connell & Steffanci, Inc., an investment management firm specializing in debt securities with $1 billion under management. Previously, Mr. O'Connell owned and operated the National Lines Bureau, a ship mooring company for the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors. He is currently an investor in over 20 private companies. Mr. O'Connell received a BA, with high honors, from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

 

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Kausik Rajgopal

Mr. Rajgopal is a Partner at McKinsey & Company and leads the San Francisco office. He also leads the North American Financial Services Organization and Risk Culture practices and the West Coast Payments practice. He serves banks, asset managers, processors, private equity firms and insurance companies on a broad range of strategy, organization and operations topics. Mr. Rajgopal’s recent experience includes developing payments strategy for a card issuer in the 'new normal'; assessing cultural enablers and barriers and implementing a range of interventions to enable a successful merger integration; redesigning the organization of an asset manager to improve speed and effectiveness of decision-making; and identifying and addressing "blind spots" in the risk management culture of a large financial institution. Prior to McKinsey, Mr. Rajgopal graduated with distinction from Stanford University with degrees in Political Science and Industrial Engineering. He received his MBA from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar.

 

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Gerald Risk

Mr. Risk is the President of Asurion, the world’s leading provider of handset protection and other value added services to the wireless industry. Prior to serving as President, Mr. Risk was Asurion’s CFO. Today, Asurion’s 5,000 team members serve over 110 million subscribers globally. Prior to joining Asurion, Mr. Risk helped a wide variety of clients, from Fortune 500 firms to early stage start-ups, execute their strategic and financial plans as an investment banker with Goldman, Sachs & Co. in San Francisco, Hong Kong and New York. Mr. Risk has also worked for Hambrecht and Quist and the private investment arm of Toronto Dominion Capital. Mr. Risk is an active mentor of entrepreneurial leaders in the for-profit and non-profit worlds. In this capacity, Mr. Risk is an active private investor and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Carillon Assisted Living, HealthCPA, and QMC Telecom. Mr. Risk holds an MBA from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. Mr. Risk also holds a Bachelor's Degree in Commerce with honors from Queen’s University in Canada where he was on the Dean’s List.

 

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Rafael Somoza

Mr. Somoza is currently Co-CEO and Co-Founder of QMC Telecom, LLC, a wireless infrastructure provider. Prior to that he was the CEO and Co-founder of VIU Media until the sale of the company to Lamar Advertising (NASDAQ:LAMR) in 2006. At the time of the sale, VIU Media was Puerto Rico’s largest locally owned outdoor advertising company. Prior to becoming CEO of VIU Media, Mr. Somoza was the CEO and Co-founder of Quest Management Corporation, a private equity investment company formed to identify, acquire, and later operate a desirable going concern in Puerto Rico. Previously, Mr. Somoza worked at the Chase Manhattan Bank and at CS First Boston where he was actively involved in structuring over $1.2 billion in lead managed bond and asset backed financings for both government and private issuers in varied industries. Throughout the years he has also been directly involved in the development of several successful residential and tourism real estate projects, including the Rincon Beach Resort, a 120-room beach front hotel on the west coast of Puerto Rico. From August 2006 to February 2007, Mr. Somoza was Senior Executive Vice President at Westernbank PR. Along with his business partner, Mr. Somoza is the recipient of the 2004 E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Puerto Rico. He currently sits on the Board of Directors of EM Assist, LLC. Mr. Somoza holds a B.A., magna cum laude, in Economics and Political Science from Yale University and an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.

 

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Martin Steber

Mr. Steber co-founded Sverica International in early 1993. During his early tenure, Mr. Steber was CEO of two pre-fund investments in Birmingham, Alabama, Automatic Detection Systems Inc, an electronic security company, and Accudocs, a billing services company. Both of these entities were eventually sold to larger industry leaders. Later, Mr. Steber was actively involved in sourcing Sverica’s (since divested) Gainshare Media investment, Ackerman Security Systems in Georgia, and PROEM in Arizona/Colorado.  Mr. Steber continues to represent Sverica on the board of Ackerman, a leading electronic security company in Atlanta. Mr. Steber is a Limited Partner in all of Sverica’s funds.  A native of Canada, Mr. Steber earned his BSc degree in Engineering from Imperial College at the University of London and his MBA degree from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Mr. Steber retired from Sverica in 2007 to relocate to Europe. He lives in Geneva with his wife and three children.

 

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Jose Stella

Mr. Stella is currently Co-CEO and Co-Founder of QMC Telecom, LLC, a wireless infrastructure provider. Prior to that he was the Co-Founder and President of VIU Media, Puerto Rico’s largest locally owned outdoor advertising company, until the sale of the company to Lamar Advertising (NASDAQ:LAMR). Prior to becoming President of VIU Media, he was the Co-Founder and President of Quest Management Corporation, a private equity group formed to identify, acquire, and operate a company in Puerto Rico. Previously, Mr. Stella worked at KPMG Peat Marwick in the middle-market Mergers & Acquisitions Advisory Group. He also worked for UBS and Chase Manhattan Bank and received, along with his partner, the 2004 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Puerto Rico. Currently he serves as a director of Rocket Learning, LLC , Penn Warranty, and New Media Learning. Mr. Stella graduated with high honors, with a B.A. in Economics, Finance and Investments from Babson College and graduated cum laude with an MBA from The University of Michigan.

 

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Richard Venn

Mr. Venn advises the CEO and CIBC’s Senior Leadership Team with respect to identifying, and developing strategic initiatives and joint ventures for CIBC. Since 2005, he has provided leadership to the bank’s employment equity and diversity agenda through his ongoing sponsorship as the National Diversity Champion for CIBC. Over his 35 year career with CIBC, Mr. Venn has lead most areas of Investment and Merchant Banking culminating in his role as Chairman & CEO of CIBC's Canadian dealer for seven years. He has been a strategic advisor to many of CIBC World Markets' clients. Mr. Venn is a director of CIBC Mellon; FirstCaribbean International Bank Limited; and The Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son Limited. He is also on the Foundation Board of Mount Sinai Hospital; and is Chair of the Foundation of the United Jewish Federation, as well as sitting on its’ Board and Executive Committee. Mr. Venn received a BA Sc. (Engineering Science) in 1973 at the University of Toronto. He completed his MBA at Harvard (Scholarship) in 1975.

 

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Kent Weaver

Mr. Weaver is currently Chairman and CEO of Progressive Home Care, a Northern California-based home health care agency purchased using the search fund model. Previously, Mr. Weaver held executive positions in marketing and product management for KnowledgeLINK, a venture-backed technology services company. Prior to this, he served as a regional CFO and business analyst in Pepsico's Pizza Hut Division and as a management consultant with Ernst & Young. Mr. Weaver received his MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles and a BS in finance from the University of Southern California.

 

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Steven Wheelwright

Mr. Wheelwright recently retired from his position as the Edsel Bryant Ford Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. Professor Wheelwright first taught at Harvard from 1971-79 and was the Thomas Henry Carroll-Ford Foundation Visiting Professor from 1985-86. He rejoined the Harvard faculty in 1988. In his years away from Harvard, he was the Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers Professor of Management at Stanford University Graduate School of Business. In addition to his Harvard and Stanford positions, Professor Wheelwright served on the faculty of INSEAD (European Institute of Management) in Fontainebleau, France. He was also Vice President of Sales in a family-owned printing company and has consulted in the areas of business/operations strategy and improving product development capabilities. Since 2007, Professor Wheelwright has served as President of Brigham Young University – Hawaii one of three BYU campuses owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He also continues to serve as a Board member at O.C. Tanner Company (service awards) and at Zions Bancorp. (banking). Professor Wheelwright has a B.S. degree in Mathematics from the University of Utah and MBA and Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.

 

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W. Brett Wilson

Mr. Wilson co-founded FirstEnergy Capital Corp., the leading investment bank in Canada focused on Energy, with offices in Calgary and London. Since inception in 1993, the firm has brokered over 1,200 financings and M&A transactions totaling over $240 Billion in value. Mr. Wilson was also responsible for managing the FirstEnergy Partner funds, which enjoyed returns of more than 10 times capital invested over a period of less than a decade. He also initiated a series of funds with outside capital investing alongside Partner capital, where Partner capital represented more than 25% of funds invested (which was very unique in an industry where managers rarely co-invest significant capital). Mr. Wilson has also invested on a merchant banking or angel investing basis in hundreds of early stage enterprises over the last two decades. In 2007, he joined the hit reality TV show in Canada called The Dragons' Den, where wealthy and experienced investors sit in judgment of generally early stage entrepreneurs coming to the show. In the 3 years he has been on the show, Mr. Wilson has closed nearly 30 deals, making him the most active investor of all shows, including the other Dragons' Den programs in 17 other countries around the world. David Waslen joined Mr. Wilson to manage the entire portfolio of Dragons' Den investments, which are made through Prairie Merchant Corporation based in Calgary, Alberta.

 

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Institutional Investors & Key Principals

 

Egis Capital

 

www.egiscapitalpartners.com

 

Robert M. Chefitz

Robert Chefitz is a 32 year veteran of the private equity industry, and has built an investment track record with superior returns by leading and participating in numerous early stage investments and leveraged buyouts. He has specialized in security industry investments since 1990. In 2007, Mr. Chefitz founded Egis Capital Partners in order to capitalize on his deep security industry investment expertise.

 

Mr. Chefitz began his career with Golder Thoma Cressey, where for seven years he focused on evaluating and executing various sector-driven investment strategies. After Golder Thoma Cressey, he joined Apax Partners where he built a successful investment track record with a focus on security industry investments. During his 15 year tenure at Apax, Mr. Chefitz served as a General Partner in nine funds representing over $2 billion of capital, and led numerous key security deals including Protection One, Casi Rusco, CML, and Regent Lighting.

 

Mr. Chefitz’s investment expertise spans a broad range of industries and stages, including buyout, expansion, and venture capital. Selected non-security investments in which Mr. Chefitz has led or participated include Office Depot, Intermedia, and Xpedite.

 

After his tenure at Apax, Mr. Chefitz launched the NJTC Venture Fund, focused on making investments in early stage technology companies. He made a number of successful personal venture investments, including theLadders.com, an online employment marketplace with revenues currently in excess of $80 million, and iLevel Solutions, a market-leading financial services software firm spun-out of Blackstone.

 

Mr. Chefitz holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BA from Northwestern University. He is an active board member of FreightWatch International, Alarm.com, Achieve3000, theLadders.com, and iLevel Solutions, where he serves as Chairman. Mr. Chefitz also sits on the board of The Lang Fund, Columbia Business School’s seed stage investment fund, and is an adjunct faculty member at the NYU Stern School of Business.

 

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Bill Polk

Mr. Polk has over 30 years of corporate finance, banking, and private equity experience with a particular focus on the security and homeland defense industries. Over that period, Mr. Polk has been involved in more than $6 billion of middle market security industry transactions across a variety of security industry sectors.

 

Prior to joining Egis Capital Partners, Mr. Polk served as Managing Director of the Security, Defense, and Technology Finance practice at Capital One where he and and his team provided financing to companies who protect life, property, and information serving the commercial, residential, and government security markets. Particular areas of Mr. Polk’s focus include physical security products and services, information security, public safety and corrections, the national intelligence contracting community, and the federal, state and local homeland security marketplace.

 

Prior to joining Capital One, Mr. Polk served as Managing Director of CapitalSource Finance’s Security Lending Group and served on CapitalSource’s Executive Committee. Before his tenure at CapitalSource, Mr. Polk was a co-founder and President of SLP Capital, a specialty finance company focused on security industry lending which was acquired by CapitalSource in 2004. SLP Capital was named to the INC 500, Inc. magazine’s list of the 500 fastest growing private companies in the United States, for five consecutive years from 1998 to 2002. Mr. Polk began his career with the Multinational Lending Group at Chemical Bank in New York. He was inducted into the Security Industry Hall of Fame in 2010.

 

In addition to his professional activities, Mr. Polk currently serves as a trustee of the Edward Mallinckrodt Foundation, and a board member of The Jefferson Scholars Foundation at the University of Virginia, and a trustee of Mary Institute Country Day School. Mr. Polk holds a BA with Honors from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Harvard University.

 

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JCP Capital

 

www.jcpcapital.com

 

Brandon Cope

Prior to joining JCP Capital, Mr. Cope worked for McKinsey & Company, an international management consulting firm. While at McKinsey, he focused on growth strategy, organizational transformation, and operational improvement projects across numerous industries. Mr. Cope has an MBA from The Kellogg School of Management and M.S. and B.S. degrees in Accounting from Brigham Young University. He currently serves on the boards of several portfolio companies, including HireVue, Summit Global Group, LifeSeasons, and Veri-Tax.

 

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Joel Peterson

Prior to founding JCP Capital, LLC, Mr. Peterson founded Peterson Partners, LP, a regional private equity company based in Salt Lake City. Mr. Peterson has a long history of successful, early-stage investments in a variety of industries. He currently teaches Entrepreneurial Management at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, serves as Director of Stanford GSB Center for Leadership Development and Research, and is Chairman of JetBlue and Director of Franklin Covey. He was formerly Managing Partner of Trammell Crow Company, and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.

 

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Dan Peterson

Mr. Dan Peterson joined JCP Capital from Z Capital, where he was Managing Director. He has invested in early-stage companies in a wide range of industries, including high-tech, automotive, training and financial services. Mr. Peterson was previously a Partner at Trammell Crow Company, and received an MBA from Harvard Business School. Mr. Peterson sits on the boards of Trek Tech, BenefitGuard, and Q Tires.

 

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Search Fund Partners

 

www.searchfunds.net

 

Dave Carver

Mr. Carver is a co-founder of Search Fund Partners, having started the firm in 2004. He is on the board of ProService Hawaii, iNet Interactive and VCP Health Care Services. He is an observer of the iVize Board. Mr. Carver spent thirty years as an executive in the high tech industry, and has extensive experience in all phases of business, including M&A, fund-raising, corporate strategy and operations. He was CEO of HiFive!, an application service provider; CEO of Hipbone Networks, an online collaboration company; EVP and GM at Network Associates; COO of Network General; EIR at Institutional Venture Partners; and an executive at Hewlett-Packard, including ten years in the professional service/software divisions of HP. Mr. Carver has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Arkansas. Mr. Carver and his wife Julia have two boys, RJ and Sam. He is active in community and non-profit organizations, having founded the Redwood Chapter of National Junior Basketball serving 650 children.

 

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Jim Edmunds

Mr. Edmunds recently joined Search Fund Partners, bringing practical search fund and portfolio company management experience to the firm. His search fund, Ephesus Capital, acquired Celebrity Kids Portrait Studios, a leading provider of upscale children’s photography in 2005. Mr. Edmunds served as President and CFO of the company. Before launching a search fund, he was an Associate at McKinsey & Company in Palo Alto. Prior to attending business school, Mr. Edmunds conducted business development for PetSmart.com, managed a successful political campaign in Texas, and worked in Investment Banking and Equity Capital Markets at Bear Stearns. Mr. Edmunds holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was named a Siebel Scholar, and an A.B. in History from Harvard University. Mr. Edmunds and his wife Christine have a daughter, Emiko.

 

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Richard Kelley

Mr. Kelley is a co-founder of Search Fund Partners, having started the firm in 2004. He currently serves on the Boards of Directors of San Francisco Legal, HemaSource, Verengo, H&R Accounts, Asset Recovery Corporation and Medical Positioning, Inc. Mr. Kelley has been involved in numerous small businesses and start-up companies as an operator, owner, and investor. His varied experience includes: CFO of Score Learning Centers, CEO of San Jose Giants, General Partner of the Stanford Terrace Inn, developer of houses and subdivisions, owner of office buildings, and investor in successful tech start-ups (Coinstar, PLX Technology, Corcept Therapeutics). He has also invested in many limited partnerships, including venture funds, and has been involved as a search fund investor since 1994.

 

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