Mike Stubler

Mike StublerMike is a Managing Director and co-founder of Draper Triangle Ventures, an affiliate of Draper Fisher Jurvertson. Mike serves on the board of Ayalogic, Unitask, TOA Technologies, ClearCount Medical Solutions and OnShift. Mike also directed the Fund's investments in ClubCom (acquired by Amer Sports), Active Media (acquired by Precor) Renal Solutions (acquired by Fresenius, NYSE: FMS) and new Media (acquired by Zoom Media). Mike is a Director and Past President of the Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association and a Director of the Ohio Venture Association. He is also a Director at Innovation Works, the Ben Franklin Technology Partner of southwest PA.

Mike has over 25 years of experience with start-up technology companies both as a co-founder and early stage investor. Prior to Draper Triangle, Mike spent the majority of his career serving as CFO of several successful technology companies, where he not only directed the financial and business operations, but also acquisitions, mergers and capital raising functions.

Mike was a co-founder and Vice President, Finance of IndustryNet, an early stage electronic commerce company, where he led the company in raising over $15 million in growth capital from strategic partners and nationally-known venture capital organizations prior to its merger with a division of AT&T.

Previously, Mike served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of International Cybernetics Corp., one of the nation's fastest-growing automation control companies, where he directed the financial operations and led the merger of the company into Gould Electronics in 1985. Prior to joining International Cybernetics Corporation, Mike was employed by Touche Ross & Company (presently Deloitte & Touche).

Mike graduated cum laude from the University of Notre Dame with a BBA. Mike is an avid runner and has completed 21 marathons.

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