Numbers only tell part of the story; there’s a human element to our business that can’t be measured by a multiple or percentage.
There is always something to be learned from the people who choose to partner with you. Whether it be an LP investing in our funds, or a Founder choosing Hyperplane as an investor, there’s a connection formed in those commitments that allow for all parties involved to share ideas and grow alongside one another. We have a diverse LP base and a group of Founders I enjoy working with daily. Whenever questions arise, whether from our LPs or our portfolio, I am always happy to pick up the phone and work through things together.
Working at Hyperplane allows me to surround myself with exceptionally talented people on a daily basis. From our LPs to our Founders and everyone in between, I am constantly able to learn from the individual experiences of those we work closely with.
Before joining Hyperplane, I worked at HarbourVest Partners, focusing on valuation and reporting within the firm’s Direct Co-Investment group. I joined HarbourVest from Deloitte, where I served in the audit and transaction advisory group, specializing in aiding public clients in the manufacturing, healthcare, and financial services industries through financial reporting and acquisition processes. I graduated with a B.A. in Accounting from Emmanuel College as well as an M.S. in Accounting from the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College.
When I’m not in Boston, I can be found on Cape Cod with family and friends. I spend the majority of my free time on the golf course and, much to my dismay, missing the cut in amateur events.
Outside of work, along with my family, I run Team Cork Inc., a 501(c)(3) charity focused on assisting cancer patients in need. We focus on raising money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Patient Assistance Programs. Our funds aim to support cancer patients throughout their treatment process, helping to provide financial stability when they most need it.
Golf, guitar, and charity
Barbarian Days by William Finnegan
No Laying Up, and The Trap Draw
Outside-of-work accomplishment, what are you most proud of?
Running Team Cork Inc. and raising money for Dana-Farber Cancer Center’s Patient Assistance Programs
Haribo Gummy Bears