Scott Johnson is a co-founder and managing partner at New Atlantic Ventures. Scott was an early investor in EnerNOC (Nasdaq ENOC), Massive (acquired by Microsoft) and Image Space Media (acquired by Vibrant Media). Prior to forming New Atlantic Ventures and its predecessor, DFJ New England, Scott was the East Coast partner of the Cambridge Technology Capital Fund, cited by Venture Economics as one of the top performing post-IPO funds of 1999, where he oversaw investments in E.piphany, Silknet, Digital Think, and WebLogic. Before that, he co-founded InterSense, Inc., a 3D visualization technology company. Scott began his career as a software engineer and early employee of Cambridge Technology Partners, a global systems integration and consulting company. He received his BS in operations research from Cornell University and his MBA from MIT's Sloan School of Management.