Douglas L. Maine
Chairman of the Board
Doug Maine joined Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH) in 2009 as a Senior Advisor where he focuses on BBH's Private Equity and M&A Advisory practices. Mr. Maine joined IBM in 1998 as Chief Financial Officer, following a 20-year career with MCI Communication Corp., where he was CFO from 1992-1998 and President of its 14-state Southern Division from 1989-1992. He was named General Manager of ibm.com in 2000 and in 2003, was named General Manager of IBM's Consumer Products Industry. Mr. Maine serves as a Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Alliant Techsystems, Rockwood Holdings Corporation and BroadSoft. Mr. Maine currently serves on the Board of Long Lines, LLC, and Noble Systems Corporation which are both BBH portfolio company's.
Gary Golding has been a venture capitalist for 16 years and is currently a General Partner of Edison Venture Fund. He has been responsible for the origination of 18 investments financed during that period and has served as a director of 13 companies. Prior to Edison, Mr. Golding was with the CEO Venture Fund and was General Partner and Chief Operating Officer of CEO Venture Fund II. He serves on the Advisory Boards of the George Washington University School of Business, the Governor's Venture Capital Roundtable for the Commonwealth of Virginia and was President of the Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association. Mr. Golding earned his BS in Management Science at Boston College and MA in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Pittsburgh.
Glen S. Kazerman
Glen Kazerman is the Chief Executive Officer of Telarix. Glen has demonstrated success where performance resulted in successful initial public offerings and the sale and acquisition of several companies. He most recently was a senior vice president and founder of Broadmargin. Responsible for business development, marketing and corporate development, he founded and developed Broadmargin’s approach to the telecom cost management marketplace, including its unique flexible delivery platform. Glen has extensive experience helping market-leading, fast-growing companies realize financial value and maximize telecom services to meet business goals. During his 20-year career in telecom, he has held sales, marketing and business development positions with Bitfone Corporation, Bay Networks, Kasten Chase and Mitel, he also began his career at Ernst & Young as a member of the Entrepreneurial Services Group.
John Kealey is former President and CEO of iDirect Technologies and is an experienced senior executive with more than 20 years in the information technologies and communications networking industries. Most recently, Mr. Kealey was the founder and CEO of TenFold Communications, a subsidiary of TenFold Corporation. Prior to that he was a member of the senior team at the consulting firm CLG, where he led the firm's Mergers and Acquisitions practice. He also spent a number of years with SBC in finance, Mergers and Acquisitions and most recently the CEO of SBC's wireless data business. Mr. Kealey began his career at Coopers & Lybrand. He holds an M.B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis.
Jeffrey Meskin is a Principal of Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH) Capital Partners and a Co-Manager of BBH Capital Partners III, L.P. He is actively involved in sourcing, executing and monitoring investments. Jeff is a director on the Board of Directors of Long Lines, LLC, BarrierSafe Solutions International, Inc., Durcon Laboratory Tops, Inc., Reveal Imaging Technologies, Inc. and Tower Ventures, LLC. Previously, Mr. Meskin served as Director of Telecommunications Investment Banking at Morgan Keegan & Company where he completed over 25 transactions for middle market communications companies. Mr. Meskin began his career with Coopers & Lybrand. He received a JD from Fordham University School of Law in 1995 and graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin in 1992.
Jeanne-Pierre Paquin is a Principal of Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH) Capital Partners and a Co-Manager of BBH Capital Partners III, L.P. He is actively involved in sourcing, executing and monitoring investments. JP is either a director or observer on the Board of Directors of CTM Group, Inc., Durcon Laboratory Tops, Inc., Fire-Dex, LLC, Freedom Scientific Holdings, LLC, Tower Ventures, LLC and KODA Distribution Group, Inc. Mr. Paquin is also a member of the 1818 SBIC Fund Investment Committee. Mr. Paquin formerly served as non-executive Chairman of Flents Products Company, Inc. Prior to joining BBH Capital Partners permanently in 1998, he supported BBH's mergers and acquisitions advisory activities and the 1818 Funds' investing activities. Mr. Paquin graduated cum laude from Colgate University and received a Masters of Business Administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Shufeldt is a Senior Advisor to Brown Brothers Harriman & Co (BBH). He started his career in 1976 at BBH in New York, moving to Atlanta in 1984 where he joined the predecessor of SunTrust Bank to start a corporate finance business for the bank. Over the course of his 23 year career at SunTrust, Mr. Shufeldt held senior positions in corporate banking, capital markets, and investment banking. In 2003, he became Corporate EVP and head of the Corporate and Investment Banking line of business including corporate banking, investment banking, debt and equity capital. Mr. Shufeldt has served as Chairman of the District Committee 7 of the NASD and the ABA Securities Association. He currently serves on the board of Frapag USA, a privately held real estate development company. Mr. Shufeldt is also on the board of Long Lines LLC, a BBH portfolio company. He has been active in the Atlanta community having served as chairman of Young Audiences of Atlanta, the Atlanta Ballet, and is currently a member of the executive committees of PATH Foundation, Trees Atlanta, and the BeltLine Partnership.