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Prior to co-founding Xometry, Randy co-founded and was Executive Chairman of CloudBlue, a leading provider of recycling services for electronic equipment. CloudBlue was acquired by Ingram Micro in September of 2013. Before CloudBlue, Randy was the co-founder and chief executive officer of OfficeTiger, a global BPO company. OfficeTiger was acquired by RR Donnelley in April of 2006.
Randy graduated from Princeton University and received an MBA from the Harvard Business School. He studied in Vienna, Austria as a Fulbright Scholar.
Craig Driscoll is a partner at Highland Capital Partners. Founded in 1988, Highland is a venture capital firm with offices in Cambridge, MA and San Francisco, CA. Craig led Highland’s investments in WhyHotel, Trilogy Education Services (acquired by 2U Inc.) and Remote Year. He’s currently on the board of Xometry, WhyHotel and Remote Year and actively involved at Catalant and SessionM. Prior to joining Highland, Craig was an entrepreneur, a venture investor and an executive recruiter. Craig is a graduate of Vanderbilt University with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.
Mr. Hornig is a private equity and venture investor. From 2010 to 2016 he served as Senior Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of PineBridge Investments, responsible for development of the firm’s business strategies as well as day-to-day management of the global support functions that are critical to the firm’s operations. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Hornig spent 11 years at Credit Suisse Asset Management, most recently as Co-Global Chief Operating Officer. Prior to that, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Americas, at Deutsche Bank. He was also a co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Wasserstein Perella & Company, following his tenure in the M&A group at The First Boston Corp. Mr. Hornig practiced law for several years with Skadden, Arps at the start of his career. Mr. Hornig is a Director of Forrester Research (FORR), KBL Merger Corp. IV, Xometry, Edelman, and the Gordon Rich Foundation. Mr. Hornig holds an AB, MBA and JD from Harvard University.
Seth Levine is a partner and co-founder at Boulder based Foundry Group focusing on making early-stage technology investments, participating in select growth rounds, and identifying and supporting the next generation of venture fund managers. Foundry investments include companies such as Zynga, Admeld and Fitbit. In addition to his work at Foundry, Seth is active around the world in the entrepreneurial community and was a founding board member of The Unreasonable Institute, an advisor to Palestinian focused venture fund Sadara, as well as an advisor to a number of other venture funds. Seth is a founding member of the Colorado Chapter of the Entrepreneur’s Foundation, co-founder of Pledge 1% and Colorado Entrepreneurial By Nature. Seth is a summa cum laude graduate of Macalester College where he is currently serves as a member of the Board of Trustees. You can find him on Twitter at @sether or online at www.sethlevine.com.
Fabio Rosati served as CEO of gig-economy pioneer Elance from 2001 to 2014 and was the founding CEO of Upwork (formerly Elance-oDesk), the world’s largest freelancing platform, with 14 million users in 180 countries and more than $1B in annual billings. Prior to Elance, Rosati led the management consulting division of Capgemini in the U.S. He now serves on the boards of several platform businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Fabio’s perspective on marketplace platforms and the future of work has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and the BBC, and at events including The Economist Human Potential, MIT Platform Strategy Summit, World Economic Forum and Staffing Industry Analyst conferences. He was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist in 2013. Fabio holds a BS/BA from Georgetown University.
Hunter is a General Partner at Greenspring Associates and is responsible for the sourcing and due diligence efforts on fund, direct and
secondary opportunities. He is also actively involved in the assessment of micro-vc managers for the Firm. Additionally, Hunter serves on the LP Advisory Boards for 5 AM Ventures, K2 Venture Capital, Anthos Capital, Bolt, Pear, Bullpen Capital, Redpoint China, Fika Ventures, Foundry Group, Icon Ventures, Imaginary Ventures, Pioneer Square Labs, Primary Ventures, Scale Venture Partners, TLV Partners and Amiti Ventures. Hunter has played a meaningful role in Greenspring Associates’ investments in Matrix Medical, Docusign, Glossier, Xometry, Rover, Teladoc, Senseonics, G5, Rocket Lab, Channel 51, Omnispace, OPAQ Networks and PolicyGenius. Prior to joining Greenspring, Hunter worked as an Associate for Camden Private Capital. While at Camden Private Capital, he conducted due diligence and monitored fund investments across venture capital, growth equity, debt and buyout structures. He received his M.B.A at the Robert H. Smith School of Business with a concentration in Finance and Strategy. Hunter completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and a minor in History.
Dr. Ulrich Quay
Ulrich has been Head of BMW i Ventures since July 2011. BMW i Ventures initially invested out of a EUR 100m commitment from its New York office in the areas of Mobility Services (e-mobility, navigation, parking, car sharing and intermodal mobility solutions). In summer 2016, BMW i Ventures launched a EUR 500m fund and opened an office in Mountain View in addition to Munich. BMW i Ventures invests in autonomous driving, digital car and automotive cloud, e-mobility, artificial intelligence and data, Industry 4.0, shared & on-demand mobility, customer digital life and energy services. BMW i Ventures’ team of 10 investment professionals has invested in 37 portfolio companies. Ulrich is on the board of Chargepoint, Ridecell, Fair, Scoop, Caroobi, Xometry and Tekion.
Prior to co-founding Xometry, Laurence was the managing partner at Granite Capital International Group. Before Granite, Laurence was a managing director and technology analyst at Weiss, Peck & Greer. Laurence began his career as analyst at Science Applications International Corporation and in the Office of Net Assessment at the Department of Defense.
Laurence graduated from Brown University and received a Masters from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He currently sits on the board and chairs the Audit Committee of the Washington based Center for Strategic and Budgetary Analysis.