Mr. Levy has worked at the intersection of technology and finance for more than 30 years and since 2010 has served as the Chairman of BioLite, a distributed energy company. In 2013, Mr. Levy joined the board of goTenna, a peer to peer networking company. In 2011 he was named the Chairman of Hypres, a digital RF and high speed and quantum computing company, and in 2012 Mr. Levy helped create and became the founding Chairman of +n, a venture that creates carrier aggregation software to expand mobile operators' network capacity. Also in 2012, Mr. Levy joined the investment committee of the Nathan Cummings Foundation overseeing a $450m endowment. Mr. Levy was a founding partner from 2005-2010 of L Capital Partners' where Mr. Levy led investments in the technology sector and served on seven technology company boards including WiSpry, OnPATH Technologies, HiGTek, Simparel, Evogen, Peek and Peek India. From 2001-2005, Mr. Levy was a partner in the Shalom Equity Fund, a seed stage tech fund based in the US and Israel. Prior to 2000, Mr. Levy served as founding CEO of ePlanet, a computer vision company funded by Interval Research and Intel Corp. During the mid-1990's, Mr. Levy worked at Interval Research Corporation, a Palo Alto based development lab sponsored by Paul Allen. Before that he was a general partner of Ariel Securities Corp., an NASD-licensed broker/dealer specializing in venture capital and media-based investments. Since 1997, Mr. Levy has served as a board member of the Cathay Investment Fund, a private equity fund with over $1b invested in Chinese companies. He also served on the boards of VisionSense, Adjungo Networks and Ovex and was an adviser to Tseng Labs and Advanced Medical Imaging. Mr. Levy has served on the board of Bend the Arc since 1989 and was chairman of the organization from 2000-2006 overseeing the merger of two non-profit organizations. Mr. Levy received an A.B. from Amherst College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.