Anton J. Levy is a Managing Director at General Atlantic, where he has worked since 1998. Mr. Levy works in General Atlantic's New York City office where he heads General Atlantic's global Internet and Technology practice and serves on the firm's Investment Committee and Executive Committee. Mr. Levy has worked closely with many of General Atlantic's portfolio companies and is a director of several portfolio companies including Affinion Group, Gilt Groupe, Klarna, Red Ventures and Web.com, and manages a number of the firm's other investments in the internet, marketing services and media areas including Alibaba Group and Facebook. He formerly served on the boards of AKQA, Dice Holdings, MercadoLibre and Zantaz Corporation.
Prior to joining General Atlantic, Mr. Levy was an investment banker with Morgan Stanley & Co. where he worked with the firm's technology clients.
Mr. Levy is involved in a number of educational and non-profit organizations including serving on the board of directors of WNYC (New York Public Radio), University of Virginia's Endowment (UVIMCO) and Streetwise Partners, where he serves as Vice Chairman. Mr. Levy received a B.S. from the University of Virginia, with degrees in Finance and Computer Science, and his M.B.A. from Columbia University Graduate School of Business, graduating both with highest honors.
Dana Stalder is a Silicon Valley based general partner at Matrix Partners, where he invests in early stage software and internet companies. Dana’s experience cuts across multiple disciplines including sales, marketing, finance, technology and product management at companies such as eBay, Netscape, PayPal and Respond.com. He has managed nimble ventures as well as 2,500-person teams. Dana joined Matrix in 2008 from PayPal, where he was a senior vice president and managed all business operations, including product, sales, marketing and technology.
Kevin is an entrepreneur and investor in New York. He is the Founder and CEO of AlleyCorp, an incubator and venture capital fund that is responsible for founding some of the most transformative companies in New York, including MongoDB, Business Insider, GILT, Zola, Nomad Health, and CoEdition among others. Kevin is also Chairman of the Board at Meetup, where AlleyCorp is the majority investor. Earlier in his career, Kevin helped to grow DoubleClick first as President and then as CEO, ultimately leading the company to IPO in 1998 and acquisition by Google in 2007.
Unconstrained by industry, AlleyCorp founds new companies every year. AlleyCorp originates the ideas, hires the early teams, funds, launches, and grows each company, and maintains an integral leadership role from beginning through exit. AlleyCorp companies have collectively raised more than $2B in venture capital and employ thousands of people in New York City and beyond. On the investment side, AlleyCorp is one of the most active early stage funds in New York.
AlleyCorp investments include Uàla, Meetup, Security Scorecard, Spring Health, Anvyl, Blueground, Atlas Obscura, Arfa, Nara Organics, Tempest, Great Jones, Mosaic Foods, Peach Street, RippleMatch, OMNY, Savi, Kama, Smallhold, Altana Trade, Ten to One, Verb Energy, Interos, Transparent, Spaceflight Industries, Positive Development, and Classtag.
Kevin serves on the Board of Mercy Corps, is Vice Chairman of The Partnership for New York City, is a member of the CFR Committee on Foreign Affairs, is on the Board of TECH:NYC and is Director Emeritus for Humans Right Watch. Kevin previously served on the boards of the Yale Corporation and INSEAD.
CEO, Gilt.com; CEO, Travelocity Global; Founder & CEO, Site59.com; Executive, Boston Consulting Group; Senior Advisor, Secretary of Labor
Afterpay, Apartment List, Bugsnag, Earnin, Euclid Media, iRise, Lever, minuteKey, Polyvore, Poynt, QuinStreet, Quri, textPlus, Zendesk, Zendesk, Zest AI, and Zong
Business Insider, CoEdition, CoEdition, MongoDB, Nomad Health, and Zola
Chloe + Isabel, Olivela, PayActiv, and Punch Entertainment