VC 201 with Chestnut Street Ventures
Join us for a live 45-minute presentation that will take you through VC 201 as we explore some of the more in-depth topics that continue beyond VC 101.
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The presentation will be led by Chestnut Street Ventures’ Managing Partner Brian Keil accompanied by Partner Jonathan Meltzer and is open to all alumni and friends of Penn.
Some of the topics we’ll cover in this session include:
- HomeHow the venture capital industry operates
- HomeWhat are the different stages of venture investment
- HomeWhere Chestnut Street Ventures fits in the VC landscape
Note: You must be accredited to invest in venture capital. Important disclosure information can be found at av-funds.com/disclosures.
About your presenters
Managing Partner, Chestnut Street Ventures
Brian is a seasoned venture capitalist with over 20 years of investing experience across a range of industries. Before joining Chestnut Street Ventures, Brian was the Managing Director for New York Ventures, the venture capital arm of the State of New York. Prior to that, he was VP of Strategy & Corporate Development at Arbitron (now Nielsen Audio) and a Managing Director at the Peacock Fund, the venture capital arm of NBC Universal. Before joining the Peacock Fund, Brian worked at GE Capital and Bain & Co. Brian holds an MBA in Finance from The Wharton School and a BS in Industrial Engineering from The University of Southern California.
Partner, Chestnut Street Ventures
Jonathan is responsible for sourcing, conducting due diligence on, and executing venture capital investments at Chestnut Street Ventures. He previously spent 12 years investing in private companies at two single-family offices and at American Capital. Jonathan began his career as an investment banker as an analyst at Wasserstein Perella and subsequently joined Goldman Sachs as an associate. He received his BS in Economics cum laude from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and his MBA with honors from Columbia Business School.