Marshall Yang joined MentorTech in 2012 as an analyst. He was previously an analyst at Robin Hood Ventures, one of the largest early-stage investors in the Philadelphia region. At Robin Hood, Marshall invested in software and internet companies, and built relationships with entrepreneurs and investors by sponsoring and co-hosting Philly Tech Meetup. Marshall is also a business development consultant for a Global 500 company, advising the corporation’s fintech and mobile innovations.
Prior to Robin Hood Ventures, Marshall interned at LB investments in Shanghai, the VC arm of LG Group, where he invested in e-commerce, mobile, and internet companies. He was also a consultant to NewSpring Capital, where he developed investment theses facing the changes brought by the Affordable Care Act.
Prior to his business career, Marshall interned at Merck as an automation engineer, where he developed in-house software-as-a-service, streamlining the drug discovery process. Later, he and his colleagues at Merck founded Lab Informant, a software company in the biotech space. Lab Informant was selected as a DreamIt Ventures Finalist.
Marshall has an M.S.E. in Bioengineering from the University of Pennsylvania, where he did research and published in the field of computational simulation. He was also a winger in the Wharton Wildmen Hockey League, and won the 2011-12 Championship with his team. He blogs at www.marshallyang.com.