Barry Fidelman joined Atlas in 1988 and is a venture partner in the technology group focusing on mobile infrastructure and big data. He focuses on adding operational value at the board level, helping management hit the long ball. When black diamond skiing became boring, Barry switched to snowboarding. He's also an avid tennis and New England Patriots fan.
Brian Paul is a Managing Director of Tenaya Capital. He initially joined the predecessor to Tenaya (Lehman Brothers Venture Partners) in 1999, and co-founded Tenaya in 2009. Previously, Brian worked in Lehman Brothers' Global Technology and Healthcare Investment Banking groups in New York, London and Los Angeles. Within these groups, Brian was responsible for public and private equity offerings as well as strategic advisory assignments. Before joining Lehman Brothers in 1994, Brian was at First Boston, where he was responsible for the purchase and sale of mortgage loan portfolios.Brian holds an M.B.A. with distinction from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and a B.S. in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
David is a 5 time serial entrepreneur turned VC. David is best known for his blog, www.forEntrepreneurs.com, which covers topics such as the SaaS business model and Metrics, 9 steps to get to repeatable, scalable, and profitable growth, Time to Wow!, how to design and build a sales & marketing growth machine, etc. The blog has been rated #1 website for entrerpreneurs by Inc. magazine and #2 by Forbes.
David founded a total of four companies, and did one turn-around. In 2001, he joined Matrix Partners, who had backed his last two startups, as a VC investor. Successful exits as a VC include: HubSpot, JBoss, AppIQ, Tabblo, Netezza, Diligent Technologies, CloudSwitch, TribeHR, GrabCAD, OpenSpan, Enservio and Conductor. David currently serves on the boards of Atomist, Apollo GraphQL, CloudBees, Digium, Namely, Salsify, and Zaius.
He holds a B.Sc Honors Degree in Computer Science from the University of Sussex, England.
In addition to his broad focus on enterprise software, David has specific focus on the areas of SaaS, Infrastructure, Dev and DevOps, and Open Source software.