Investing Profile

Adam Jackson(94)


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17 Investors

Connected to James Currier (NFX), Nikhil Basu Trivedi (Footwork), Garry Tan (Initialized Capital), and 14 other investors on Signal.

Vanderbilt University Network
CompanyStageDateRound SizeTotal Raised
Venture RoundAug 2014$20M
Co-investors: Ullas Naik (Streamlined Ventures), Eugene Zhang (TEEC Angel Fund), Brendan Wallace (Fifth Wall), Sean Dempsey (Merus Capital), Chad Byers (Susa Ventures), Blake Byers (Byers Capital), Charles Yim, Don Hutchison, rich simoni, Dave McClure
Seed RoundJul 2013$2.1M
Co-investors: Chris Farmer (SignalFire), Jules Maltz (IVP), Ben Ling (Bling Capital), Charlie Cheever (Graph Ventures), Jason Fiedler (Red Sea Ventures), Bob Kocher (Venrock), Lars Dalgaard (Luv Ventures), Brendan Wallace (Fifth Wall), Adeyemi Ajao (Base10 Partners), Elad Gil, Gianni Martire, David Petersen, Sohail Prasad
Series AMay 2012$3M
Co-investors: Adam Rothenberg (BoxGroup), David Tisch (BoxGroup), Mark Suster (Upfront Ventures), Brian Lee (Bam Ventures), Jay Weintraub, Jennifer Lum, Jason Calacanis, Richard Chen, John Kobs, Jason Putorti
Seed RoundAug 2010$1M
Co-investors: Shervin Pishevar (Sherpa Ventures), Gary Vaynerchuk (Vayner RSE), Paul Buchheit (Y Combinator), Eliot Durbin (boldstart ventures), Rags Gupta (TBD Angels), David Cancel, Dharmesh Shah, Roy Rodenstein, Jason Calacanis
Managing Partner & CTO Cambrian Asset Management LLC2017 - Present
Founder Dopamine Labs2016 - Present
CEO / Co-founder Doctor On Demand2012 - 2016
VP, Product Advance Auto Parts2011 - 2012
Founder | Chief Product Officer DriverSide.com2007 - 2011
Owner Adam Jackson Consulting2000 - 2008
Senior Product Development Manager Intuit, Inc.2006 - 2007
Founder / President MarketSquare.com2004 - 2006
Lead Software Developer WebMagic, Inc.2002 - 2003
Assistant Oracle DBA Renal Care Grouop2000 - 2001
Software Developer SmallBusiness.com1999 - 2000
Vanderbilt University BS Computer Science, Economics