|Bowdoin College, BA|
|Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business, MBA|
Also vice president of Keystone, David Brown has led Keystone’s venture capital activities since 1998. As examples, his successful investments include WOW Internet and Cable (acquired by Avista), FEP Capital (acquired by SocGen), Lattice Communications (acquired by Global Signal; further acquired by Crown Castle), Digital Island (acquired by Cable & Wireless), Telephia (acquired by the Nielsen Company), WhoWhere (acquired by Lycos) and Avalon Cable (acquired by Charter Communications).
Prior to joining Keystone, Brown was a vice president in the Corporate Finance Department of Salomon Brothers where he was responsible for a number of private equity firms including Keystone. He also advised clients on mergers, divestitures, high yield public and private debt offerings, IPOs, and financial restructurings. Today, Brown is active in numerous public and private companies as well as charities and non-profit organizations. He currently serves as Chairman of the Development Committee of Bowdoin College and is on the board of Naturebridge and the Tuck Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship.
Brown received a B.A. from Bowdoin College and an M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth.