I'm a co-founder and partner of Reverb Advisors, an advisory firm helping early stage cyber security and data science companies achieve their entrepreneurial goals.
Prior to Reverb, I co-founded Komand. Komand is a security orchestration and automation platform that gives security teams the power to quickly automate and streamline security operations, with no need for code. The company was bought by Rapid7 in 2017.
Previously, I was a venture partner with Accomplice (formerly Atlas Venture), an early stage venture capital firm, where I invested in seed stage cyber security and data science companies. At Accomplice I led investments in Komand (Acquired by Rapid7), Kolide, DataCamp, AlphaSOC and Cyberhaven.
While at Accomplice, I co-founded and still run Hack Secure, a non-profit focused on investing-in and cultivating the next generation of cyber security practitioners.
Prior to joining Accomplice, I was co-founder of Terrible Labs. Terrible Labs was a leading developer of custom enterprise software solutions for Fortune 1,000 companies. I grew the company over 4 years, delivering over 50 custom enterprise software products. Terrible Labs was bought by Autodesk in 2014.
I initially got involved in the technology startup ecosystem founding DartBoston, an organization focused on enabling early stage entrepreneurs to found and grow technology companies. DartBoston hosted hundreds of events, connecting thousands of people and helped launch many early stage startups including Crashlytics which sold to Twitter for over $100mm in 2013.