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Formerly with The Boston Consulting Group, Thomas has deep experience developing strategy and driving operational improvement at technology companies. He has particular expertise with digital-first business models and the integration of big data into "old-economy" industries. Thomas received his BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Head of Product
A startup veteran, Kelley has the experience and vision to build consumer products from the ground up. Pulling from a background in UX, user research, analytics, and testing, she builds products informed by data. She received her BS in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin’s Business Honors program and started her career as a founding member of Loku (acquired by Groupon).
Previously at Goldman Sachs, Harvey worked in the firm's Special Situations Group, analyzing private equity and debt opportunities, and closed over $600 million of investments with primary day-to-day management of over $300 million of assets. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin's Plan II and Business Honors programs; he holds Series 7, 63, and 65 licenses.
Navis, HAL, BCG
Iain is currently Managing Partner at Watson Capital. Prior to Watson Capital, he was Founder and Director of Navis Capital Partners, one of the largest PE firms in Asia, specializing in buyouts, recapitalisations and financial restructurings in Asia. Previously, he served as an Executive board member at HAL Investments. Prior to joining HAL, Iain served as a Partner and Director of The Boston Consulting Group, where he advised clients in a wide range of industries.
Kevin is a co-founder and Managing Director of Diversis Capital. Kevin spent several years in private equity, operations, strategy consulting and financial roles. Kevin is Chairman of the Board of Blue Software and Martin Archery and on the board of Nylon Media. Previously, Kevin worked at the Gores Group where he was involved in the diligence, acquisition and portfolio management of the firm’s private equity investments.
Michael focuses on advances within the transportation, logistics, advanced manufacturing, and waste industries that are shaping global markets. Michael Linse was a partner in Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers’s Green Growth Fund (GGF). Before joining KPCB, Michael managed Goldman Sachs’ alternative energy investing team within the European Special Situations Group (ESSG). He was named managing director of Goldman’s ESSG in 2007.