Kamm has over 20 years of experience in large and small companies. Bob has started and sold 3 software companies. These companies competed in the e-doc, logistics and security market spaces. Bob is the Entrepreneur in residence for Sandy Hill Ventures specializing in secondary investments. Bob holds an MBA in Finance from UCLA. Bob has been a member of the Keiretsu Forum Angel Group for the past 13 years.
Earl Sacerdoti is a serial entrepreneur, management consultant, executive coach, and angel investor focused on early-stage software ventures. He has over 35 years’ experience in general management and managing research, development, and engineering. He has conceived and grown new businesses and brought a variety of advanced software technologies to market. Dr. Sacerdoti earned a BA in Psychology from Yale, and MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science from Stanford. He is a cofounder of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence and the author of a book and over 20 papers and articles on a wide range of advanced software topics. He is the inventor of eight issued and three pending US patents. He is also well known for his early basic research in Artificial Intelligence.
Laura Evans focuses primarily on investments in machine learning, consumer marketplaces, and enterprise automation.
During her time in college Laura founded and exited Valti, a peer-to-peer marketplace for clothing rentals, where she developed a deep respect for the entrepreneurial experience. She is passionate about empowering entrepreneurs to realize the vision of their ventures as they traverse the Traction Gap.
Nick Henderson founded or been a C level executive at three companies that have had successful exits. He has raised institutional money for those companies. Also, he has structured deals for healthy companies and distressed companies and has been a founder and led the turnarounds. Henderson has extensive networks in the angel and VC communities, has been a conference panelist and organizes conferences for investors and entrepreneurs for the Association for Corporate Growth and the investment bank where he now works.