Sam Englebardt Co-Founder/Partner Galaxy Digital Sam is a media and technology investor and content producer who has created, acquired and/or financed a broad range of traditional and digital businesses and dozens of films and television shows over the past decade. Galaxy Digital is a leading blockchain and digital assets merchant bank. His responsibilities at Galaxy include, amongst other things, co-managing the principal investments business and the EOS.io Ecosystem Fund, a $325mm joint venture with Block.one that is focused on making strategic investments in projects that utilize the EOS.io blockchain software. Englebardt’s involvement with Galaxy reflects his deep interest in the intersection of content, consciousness and exponential technologies. He was an early investor in Eyefluence, an eye-tracking technology company that was sold to Google and he is an advisor to several start-ups in the mixed-reality space, including VR company, The Void. Prior to Galaxy, Englebardt was a partner and managing director at Lambert Media Group (LMG) from 2007 – 2016, where he sourced and managed a portfolio of media-sector private equity investments. Before LMG, Englebardt was a Vice President and Financial Advisor at Alliance Bernstein. He has been a prolific content producer throughout his career and spent three years running LMG portfolio company, Demarest Films. His recent live-action projects include the acclaimed John Le Carre projects, The Night Manager and A Most Wanted Man. A licensed attorney in California, Englebardt earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School and studied philosophy, political science and economics at Oxford University and the University of Colorado at Boulder, from which he graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa.
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Derek Zanutto is General Partner CapitalG where he focuses on investments in enterprise software. Derek has led a number of investments at CapitalG, including Armis, Collibra and Dataiku, and he serves on multiple boards of directors. Prior to joining CapitalG, Derek helped lead technology investments for 10 years at TPG, Hellman & Friedman and GIC, including investments in Uber, Airbnb, Lynda.com and CAA. Derek started his career at Morgan Stanley. Derek holds an AB from Harvard College and an MBA with High Distinction from the Harvard Business School where he graduated as a Baker Scholar.
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