An Introduction to Investing with Alumni Ventures

Peter and Andy

We are happy to welcome members of our exclusive fund communities: NYU, Carnegie Mellon, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, UNC, and Georgetown to learn more about our funds – Bleecker Street Ventures, The Fence Ventures, Two Lakes Ventures, Fowler Street Ventures, Franklin Street Ventures, and Potomac Ventures – the venture capital asset class and Alumni Ventures in this presentation.

Watch on-demand below.

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This is an excellent opportunity to see members of the Alumni Ventures team and hear about our approach to investing in private-stage companies.

Our session is hosted by Deputy CCO Peter MacEwan, and Deputy CIO Andy Irvin.

Alumni Ventures is America’s largest venture capital firm for individual investors, consisting of 40+ unique funds specific to alumni communities as well as funds aligned to certain sectors, like AI, or stages, like seed-stage companies.

During the session, we cover:

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    The goal and structure of the funds
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    The team and management behind the funds
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    Alumni Ventures' approach to investing
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    The benefits of investing in venture capital

Note: You must be accredited to invest in venture capital. Important disclosure information can be found at av-funds.com/disclosures

About your presenters

Andy Ervin
Andy Ervin

Deputy Chief Investment Officer

Andy is Deputy Chief Investment Officer at Alumni Ventures, where he supports investment operations, analytics, and portfolio management. Previously, Andy held several executive roles at a VC-backed start-up in Boston called MiniLuxe, where he led finance and operations during a period of significant growth. Andy was also a consultant at The Parthenon Group and began his career as an actuary at the Liberty Mutual Group. Andy holds a bachelor’s degree from Penn State University and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.

Peter MacEwan
Peter MacEwan

Deputy Chief Community Officer

Peter has startup experience in both the non-profit and business sectors, a BA from Wesleyan University and an MBA from The Wharton School. Peter developed expertise building teams and strategic planning in the San Francisco Bay Area, driving growth across multiple seed- and early-stage companies (with many nights spent as informal adviser to a network of entrepreneurs). Peter has a passion for social impact and loves working with people who love what they do and strive to get better at it.

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