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Executives

10

Board of Directors

4

Syncapse Board of Directors

4 Board of directors

Syncapse has 4 board of directors, including Christopher Albinson.

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Christopher Albinson

Albinson is Co-Founder & Managing Director of BreakawayGrowth Fund. We look for founders with a capital-efficient mindset who will achieve more with less. This matters. Our focus is on early-stage companies in North America. We are happy to partner with founders early and be the first investor or invest as part of a larger syndicate in pre-seed, seed, Series A & B rounds. Our partners have been early investors in companies that have created $45bn+ in value including Pinterest, Docusign, Newbridge Networks & Juniper Networks. We invested $1.06B & returned $4.25B, 3.8X over 26 years working with 68 amazing founders & companies. We are based in San Francisco. Chris J Albinson is the co-founder of BreakawayGrowth Fund, the C100, MIE, FCC, and Panorama Capital. Prior exits include Pinterest (IPO NASDAQ: PINS), DocuSign (IPO NASDAQ: DOCU), Ticketfly (acquired by NASDAQ: Pandora), Elemental Technology (Acquired by NASDAQ: Amazon), Good Technology (Acquired by NASDAQ: Blackberry), PasswordBox (Acquired by NASDAQ: Intel), and Juniper (IPO NASDAQ: JNPR). Chris is currently on the board of Senso.ai, and an investor in GameClub, HarperWilde, SignalWire, Gentreo, CareerList, Pinterest, Turo, Stance, 33Across, Uberflip, People.AI, Lovepop, and 7 stealth companies. He is a mentor and/or advisor for TechStars, Garage Capital, SAAS North, CIX - Canadian Innovation Exchange Top 20, and TiEcon 2020. Previously, Chris was a General Partner at JP Morgan Partners ($6.5B AUM private equity firm). General Partner & Founder of FCC ($412M AUM secondary fund). Chris also helped grow four startups, most recently as Chief Strategy Officer for Digital Island (NASDAQ: ISLD; acquired by Cable & Wireless in 2001) and Newbridge Networks (NYSE: NN).

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Deric Emry

Prior to joining ABS Capital in 1999, Deric was part of Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown's Media & Communications Investment Banking team from 1996 to 1999. During that time, this team was considered by Wall Street to be the premier investment banker in the sector. He was instrumental in helping to develop new sub-sectors of focus within media & communications. For example, Deric’s team raised Wall Street awareness of communications tower companies, eventually becoming the leading banker for the most significant players in that industry. Deric has continued to use his sense of exploration to find companies that are transforming traditional media & communications models in new ways and, after having worked with a number of growth companies in varying financing environments, Deric is able to share his sense of the common traits of successful companies with his CEOs.

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Ralph Terkowitz

Ralph is an experienced media executive and investor. His current Investment interests include utilizing digital disruption to create growth in media & communication. Internet of Things (especially Property Tech) education, and software companies with a focus on later-stage growth companies. He has a combination of entrepreneurial spirit, operational know-how and genuine enthusiasm for portfolio companies to help them grow and succeed. Ralph currently represents ABS Capital Partners on the boards of ExecOnline, ClearObject, and PowerReviews. His previous investments include: Alarm.com (ALRM), Innovation Interactive (Dentsu), Junglee (AMZN), BrassRing (Taleo/IBM) and American Public Education (APEI). Non profit board experience includes Truste, eCornell, Brain Sciences Institute and the Packard Center at Johns Hopkins University. As well as his role at ABS Capital, Ralph is Co-Chair of the Packard Center at Johns Hopkins and a mentor at Halcyon House where he is currently working with the team at https://vaxiglobal.com/.

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Robert Burgess

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Name

Christopher Albinson

Deric Emry

Ralph Terkowitz

Robert Burgess

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Work History

Albinson is Co-Founder & Managing Director of BreakawayGrowth Fund. We look for founders with a capital-efficient mindset who will achieve more with less. This matters. Our focus is on early-stage companies in North America. We are happy to partner with founders early and be the first investor or invest as part of a larger syndicate in pre-seed, seed, Series A & B rounds. Our partners have been early investors in companies that have created $45bn+ in value including Pinterest, Docusign, Newbridge Networks & Juniper Networks. We invested $1.06B & returned $4.25B, 3.8X over 26 years working with 68 amazing founders & companies. We are based in San Francisco. Chris J Albinson is the co-founder of BreakawayGrowth Fund, the C100, MIE, FCC, and Panorama Capital. Prior exits include Pinterest (IPO NASDAQ: PINS), DocuSign (IPO NASDAQ: DOCU), Ticketfly (acquired by NASDAQ: Pandora), Elemental Technology (Acquired by NASDAQ: Amazon), Good Technology (Acquired by NASDAQ: Blackberry), PasswordBox (Acquired by NASDAQ: Intel), and Juniper (IPO NASDAQ: JNPR). Chris is currently on the board of Senso.ai, and an investor in GameClub, HarperWilde, SignalWire, Gentreo, CareerList, Pinterest, Turo, Stance, 33Across, Uberflip, People.AI, Lovepop, and 7 stealth companies. He is a mentor and/or advisor for TechStars, Garage Capital, SAAS North, CIX - Canadian Innovation Exchange Top 20, and TiEcon 2020. Previously, Chris was a General Partner at JP Morgan Partners ($6.5B AUM private equity firm). General Partner & Founder of FCC ($412M AUM secondary fund). Chris also helped grow four startups, most recently as Chief Strategy Officer for Digital Island (NASDAQ: ISLD; acquired by Cable & Wireless in 2001) and Newbridge Networks (NYSE: NN).

Prior to joining ABS Capital in 1999, Deric was part of Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown's Media & Communications Investment Banking team from 1996 to 1999. During that time, this team was considered by Wall Street to be the premier investment banker in the sector. He was instrumental in helping to develop new sub-sectors of focus within media & communications. For example, Deric’s team raised Wall Street awareness of communications tower companies, eventually becoming the leading banker for the most significant players in that industry. Deric has continued to use his sense of exploration to find companies that are transforming traditional media & communications models in new ways and, after having worked with a number of growth companies in varying financing environments, Deric is able to share his sense of the common traits of successful companies with his CEOs.

Ralph is an experienced media executive and investor. His current Investment interests include utilizing digital disruption to create growth in media & communication. Internet of Things (especially Property Tech) education, and software companies with a focus on later-stage growth companies. He has a combination of entrepreneurial spirit, operational know-how and genuine enthusiasm for portfolio companies to help them grow and succeed. Ralph currently represents ABS Capital Partners on the boards of ExecOnline, ClearObject, and PowerReviews. His previous investments include: Alarm.com (ALRM), Innovation Interactive (Dentsu), Junglee (AMZN), BrassRing (Taleo/IBM) and American Public Education (APEI). Non profit board experience includes Truste, eCornell, Brain Sciences Institute and the Packard Center at Johns Hopkins University. As well as his role at ABS Capital, Ralph is Co-Chair of the Packard Center at Johns Hopkins and a mentor at Halcyon House where he is currently working with the team at https://vaxiglobal.com/.

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Syncapse Management Team

10 Team Members

Syncapse has 10 executives. Syncapse's current Chief Financial Officer is Mark Millar.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Mark Millar

Chief Financial Officer

Current

David Nelson-Gal

Chief Product Officer

Current

Kevin Astle

Chief Administrative Officer

Current

Stephen England-Hall

Senior Vice President

Current

Martin Suter

Senior Vice President

Current

Name

Mark Millar

David Nelson-Gal

Kevin Astle

Stephen England-Hall

Martin Suter

Work History

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Chief Financial Officer

Chief Product Officer

Chief Administrative Officer

Senior Vice President

Senior Vice President

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Current

Current

Current

Current

Current

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