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Birthdate11/23/69

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Stanford University, BA 1992
Harvard Business School, MBA 1998
Harvard Law School, JD 1998

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Greg Gottesman

Greg Gottesman is a Managing Director of Madrona Venture Group, a Seattle-based venture capital firm with approximately $1 billion under management.

Greg joined Madrona in 1997 and currently serves on the boards of AdReady, Bocada, BuddyTV, Cheezburger, Decide, Intrepid Learning Solutions, Nimbic, ThinkFire, and WildTangent. He is the founder, current board member, and former CEO of Rover.com.

Greg was on the board of ThisLife prior to its acquisition by Shutterfly in December 2012. He also managed the firm’s investments in Dantz Development Corporation (prior to its acquisition by EMC), Rendition Networks (prior to its acquisition by Opsware), Singingfish.com (prior to its acquisition by Thomson Consumer Electronics), LiveBid.com (prior to its acquisition by Amazon.com), and AdRelevance (prior to its acquisition by Media Metrix). Before joining Madrona, he worked as an Associate of the Boston Consulting Group.

Greg serves on the board of Startup Weekend and as the President of the Evergreen Venture Capital Association. He is on the investment committee of the W Fund, a University of Washington-based venture fund focused on early-stage technologies spun out of the University. Greg was previously a board member of the Mercer Island Schools Foundation and the Seattle Repertory Theatre. He is the author of three books. Greg is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of Washington Business School, where he teaches a course on Entrepreneurship.

When not working, he spends time with his wife and three kids, watches too much reality TV, and regularly injures himself playing non-contact sports.

Greg graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors and distinction from Stanford University, with honors and distinction from the Harvard Business School, and with honors from Harvard Law School where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.

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