Work History

Work History
Mar 2010 - Present

Registered Representative

Growth Capital Services, Inc.

I broker stock of privately held companies for entrepreneurs, employees and early investors (commonly referred to as secondary stock sales). Past deals include sales of shares in Facebook, Dropbox, LinkedIn, Zynga, Twitter, Lifelock, Silver Spring Networks and many others. I hold Series 7 & 63 securities licenses. Securities offered through Growth Capital Services, Inc. (member FINRA, SIPC). EB Financial Group, LLC manages various funds that own positions in privately held companies – all funds are closed to new investment. All securities brokerage work transacted through Growth Capital Services, Inc., (member FINRA, SIPC).                                                                                                                                                                    

Jan 1999 - Present

Managing Member

EB Exchange Funds

 EB Exchange Funds manages or managed various funds that own positions in privately held companies – all funds are closed to new investment. All securities brokerage work transacted through Growth Capital Services, Inc., (member FINRA, SIPC).                                                                                                                                                                    

Jan 1993 - Jan 1998

CEO

Visible Interactive

The company produced and distributed handheld, interactive tour guides for museums, amusement parks, cities and other content rich venues. Major clients included the Smithsonian and Disney. Visible was one of the earliest venture-backed location based services companies and had some of the first patents issued in the industry.                                                                                                                                                                    

Education

Education
Jan 1991 - Jan 1993

MBA

The University of Chicago - Booth School of Business
Jan 1985 - Jan 1989

BS

Washington University in St. Louis