|UCLA School of Law, JD||1998|
Bryce Johnson is a Managing Director of Dragon Global and member of the Investment Committee. Prior to joining Dragon Global, Mr. Johnson spent twelve years working with Michael Ovitz and his affiliated entities, where he led a team investing in early-stage Internet and technology companies, oversaw operations of entertainment and media holdings from talent management to film and television production and co-managed consulting relationships with private equity firms and hedge funds and various LBO opportunities in the media space. During his time there, Mr. Johnson helped realize numerous successful investment exits, including Ask Jeeves (NASDAQ: ASKJ), Applied Semantics (sold to Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) April 2003) and Fig Card (sold to eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY) May 2011). Prior to that, Mr. Johnson served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Cynthia Holcomb Hall on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and worked in systems administration and digital postproduction for Cinesite, a Kodak subsidiary. He graduated with a B.S. from MIT in 1990, pursued a research fellowship in architectural design at Tokyo University in Japan, and attended UCLA’s JD/MBA program where he graduated third in his class from the School of Law and was Editor-in-Chief of the UCLA Law Review.