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    Co-Founder/Managing Partner

    Boston, MA

    2023 - current


     We are category-agnostic investors backing highly capital-efficient, pre-seed technology companies with clear pathways to long-term profitability




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    Cambridge, MA

    2022 - current


    MIT startup.

    Forum.DAO is a comprehensive platform that offers an exclusive network for students and alumni, with events, lifelong learning programs, AI-powered networking, Proof-of-Stake verification, NFT certifications, and peer-to-peer lending via a native token, providing an all-in-one access pass to enhance connections and education within university communities. 


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    Art Tech Media Group



    Boston, MA


    We will help you through a proven step by step process to take your idea and turn it into a product that gets a ton of press.

    Our clients include Fintech, Cryptocurrency ICO's product, Tech, and Natural health centers.

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    Yale Boston

    Board Member & Chair of Outreach Committee

    Boston, MA

    2019 - current



    The Yale Club of Boston is the primary organization connecting Yale alumni in eastern Massachusetts. At ten thousand strong, ours is the second-largest community of Yale alumni in the world.    Founded in 1866 as the Yale Alumni Association of Boston and its Vicinity, the Yale Club of Boston is also the second-oldest of the regional Yale clubs, edging out Chicago and outpacing the Yale Club of New York City by thirty-one years.    Today, we serve the area's Yale community in a host of ways. We introduce the newly-in-Boston to their fellow alumni and the newly-admitted to full-fledged Elis; we sponsor lectures, happy hours, and community service events throughout the year; and we carry the Yale torch for major events like Feb Club, the Yale Day of Service, and - of course - The Game.    In all, we strive to be worthy of the words delivered to the club by President Taft: "After the desire to merit the honor of one's family, there is no impulse so restraining and so impelling in the right direction as the desire to stand well first with the classmates you knew at Yale and, second, with Yale alumni.



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    Global Fellow and Advisory Board Member

    Washington D.C.

    2020 - 2021


    FinTech4Good is a global FinTech and blockchain network, that works with start-ups, industrial leaders, NPOs, and investors to develop, invest, and implement solutions for a better world. FinTech4Good Venture University is the education, venture building, and solution acceleration arm of FinTech4Good



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    IndigoH2O - Premium Alkaline Mineral Water


    South Bend, IN

    2010 - 2015




    First bottled water in the world to accept bitcoin



    2015 Gold Medal Winner -

    Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting

    2014 Silver Medal Winner -

    Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting

    2013 Bronze Medal Winner -

    Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting


    2015 Oscars

    2014 Golden Globes

    2014 Emmy's

    2013 MTV VMA's



    IndigoH2O has been featured in 100+ articles, including the following:


    BuzzFeed, CNN, CNBC, ESPN, INC Magazine, The Huffington Post, Forbes, LearnVest.com, Indy Star, Miami Harold, Washington Times, Playbill.com, PBS, WNIT (South Bend) WNDU-16 (South Bend, IN), WSBT-22 (South Bend), ABC-57 (South Bend, IN), Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly, Theater World, The Elkhart Truth, The South Bend Tribune, Inside IU, IDS News, Inside Indiana Business, CEO Blog Nation, On & Off York Street (Yale), The Goshen News, Bottled Water Web Newsletter, Daily Markets, Pure Water Gazette, Hollywood Swag Bag, Broadway World, Whom You Know, Yale School of Drama Alumni Magazine, IUSB Preface, AOL.com, YaleChicago.org, Star Tribune, Staples.com, and many more...



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    Skelmet Inc

    CMO / co-founder

    Boston, MA




    With state of the art 3D scanning and 3D printing technologies, we provide bespoke 3D Printed Sunglasses for every unique individual.

    • Evangelist and business strategist responsible for marketing functions of a 3D-scan-to-print startup in the wearables space with a limited budget, including brand development/management, product advertising, media outreach, marketing collateral, social media, lead generation, and events.
    • Provided strategic mentorship and coaching for founding partners in business acumen, branding/positioning, investor and media relations, competitive analysis, and go-to-market strategies.
    • Launched a successful crowdfunding campaign resulting in funding 210% above our goal and attracting 170 new customers.
    • Grew company’s web presence and global brand awareness in less than a month through events, social media posts, Facebook ads, and Google AdWords campaigns leading to a prelaunch email list of over 4,000 prospective customers.
    • Created a media outreach campaign that lead to 7 figues worth of free coverage in over 45 media outlets including: Tech Crunch, Triathlete, Discovery Channel, Digital Trends, Boston Globe, Boston Magazine, Boston Business Journal, BostINNO, 3DPrint, 3ders, Sports Techie, All3DP, Triathalon Industry Association, Triathalon Business, and Tencent.

    My efforts and advice lead to both founders being named as part of the 2017 forbes 30 under 30



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    The Business of Creative Enterprises

    Director & Executive-In-Residence

    Boston, MA

    2015 - 2016



    The major in the Business of Creative Enterprises is among the first of its kind in the country. It integrates Emerson’s strong foundation in communication and the arts to help students prepare to be leaders and managers in the creative economy.


    The program draws its faculty and courses from Emerson’s departments of Marketing Communication, Visual & Media Arts, Performing Arts, Communication Studies, and Writing, Literature & Publishing. In addition to real-world training in communication and the arts, they will work with industry leaders to develop a unique creative voice and business acumen in a collaborative and supportive environment.



    • Developed and launched a $2.6M new program, the Business of Creative Enterprises (BCE) on a shoestring budget. Used design thinking techniques and emerging technology to transform a notebook of ideas into a fully-staffed and fully-functional program that attracted 400+ applicants (44 of whom were accepted) – all within a year.
    • As Executive-in-Residence (Professor of Practice), I taught five courses in the marketing department and mentored a dozen students who wanted to create their own majors. Also led the committee that developed the first two courses and collaborated on curricula for other classes.
    • Gained buy-in from disparate stakeholders including Board of Overseers, three deans, and six chairs. Facilitated meetings to find common ground, contribute to program’s success and find ways to partner on courses and projects.
    • Obtained extensive media coverage including NPR, The Boston Globe, and numerous other media outlets. This was one aspect of a multi-channel marketing campaign planned with Admissions and Marketing that resulted in 400+ applicants.
    • Partnered with leaders, businesses and institutions in the innovation community (e.g., MIT, Olin College and Berklee).