Before co-founding Flatiron, Nat was Co-Founder and CEO of Invite Media, an advertising technology company based in NYC. Invite Media built the industry's first enterprise advertising platform for buying and optimizing online media in real-time. Invite Media was acquired by Google in 2010.
Prior to Invite Media, Nat started numerous internet companies and also worked at Say Media and First Round Capital.
An active angel investor, Nat has invested in over 30 technology startups throughout the country, including Bell Biosystems, Breakthrough, Care at Hand, DocPhin, Doctor Evidence, Genomera, Meddik, Oscar, and Predilytics.
Nat earned a Bachelor of Science degree cum laude in Economics with concentrations in Entrepreneurship and Marketing from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
In his spare time, Nat is an avid golfer and tries to trick trout with fake bugs.
Board & Advisor Roles (6)Update
|Sep, 2016||Umi Kitchen||$1.4M / Seed||Personal Investment|
|May, 2016||Troops, Inc.||$2.6M / Seed||Personal Investment|
|Mar, 2015||Arbor||$2.55M / Seed||Personal Investment|
|Dec, 2014||Truly Wireless||$1.4M / Seed||Personal Investment|
|Aug, 2013||Blue Apron||$5M / Series B||First Round|
|Feb, 2013||Blue Apron||$3M / Series A||Personal Investment|
|Aug, 2012||Breakthrough Behavioral||$900k / Angel||Personal Investment|
|Jul, 2012||Lua||$2.5M / Seed||Personal Investment|
|Jan, 2012||ChatID||$2M / Seed||Personal Investment|
|Jul, 2011||Adzerk||$650k / Seed||Personal Investment|
|Jun, 2011||Lore||$1M / Series A||Personal Investment|
|May, 2011||Tasted Menu||undisclosed amount / Seed||Personal Investment|
|Apr, 2011||Adaptly||$2M / Series A||Personal Investment|
B.S., Economics with concentrations in Entrepreneurship & Marketing2008
|May 4, 2016||Business Insider Australia - 3 founders spent a year building a Slackbot that make sales jobs easier, and they raised $2.6 million from a who's who list of investors|
|Apr 12, 2016||Techstars - How Advisory Boards Can Be Your Secret Weapon|
|Jan 7, 2016||PE HUB - Flatiron Health takes in $175 mln Series C|
|Jan 6, 2016||Business Insider Australia - A cancer startup just raised millions from a pharmaceutical giant, and it could be where the industry is headed|
|Jan 6, 2016||Business Insider (tech) - 2 young founders who sold a company for $81 million and are now trying to help cure cancer just raised $175 million from a pharmaceutical giant|
|Jan 6, 2016||Business Insider (tech) - A cancer startup just raised $175 million from a pharmaceutical giant, and it could be where the industry is headed|
|Nov 23, 2015||Med City News - Entrepreneur behind ZipDrug latest example of advertising tech veterans’ interest in healthcare|
|Oct 8, 2015||Business Insider Australia - SILICON ALLEY 100: A-Z|