|Bowdoin College, Bachelor of Arts|
Sean is a Co-Founder and General Partner of Point Judith Capital.
Sean focuses on Internet investments including the Firm’s investments in Sittercity.com, Spotlight, StepOut, Kitsy Lane, Multiply (acquired by Naspers JSE: NPN), Optasite (acquired by SBA Communications NASDAQ: SBAC) and Vaultus Mobile which merged with Antenna Software. Prior to joining Point Judith as a General Partner, Sean worked with Point Judith on behalf of Village Ventures beginning in June of 2001 and in that role spent the majority of his time working on Fund I investments. Sean has also been a board member or observer to Newforma, Inc., Handmark, Tower Ventures which was acquired by American Tower (NYSE: AMT), Andover.net (NASDAQ: ANDN, sold to VA Software, NASDAQ: LNUX), and Medical Metrx Solutions, Inc. which was acquired by AIG. He has been actively involved as a venture investor in 18 companies that have achieved over $1 billion of value through multiple M&A and IPO events.
Sean joined Village Ventures from TSG Equity Partners, LLC a Massachusetts private equity firm formed by a Special Partner of the Thomas H. Lee Company. He was one of three partners and focused on investing in Internet and mobile companies.
Prior to TSG Equity Partners, Sean worked in the Investment Banking Group of Prudential Securities Incorporated, where he was involved with the structuring, analysis, due diligence and closing of over $1.4 billion in mergers, public and private equity and debt offerings.
Sean is a member of the Bowdoin College Board of Trustees Technology Advisory Committee which provides the Chief Information Officer input on technology strategy and procurement. Additionally, Sean has been a judge and a mentor for multiple early stage venture accelerator programs including Boston based MassChallenge and Chicago based Excelerate Labs. He is also involved with entrepreneurial and venture capital activities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology including his role as a judge in the school’s annual Venture Capital Investment Competition. Sean holds a BA in Economics from Bowdoin College.