33 years Venture Capital
Mohr Davidow Ventures
BS Stanford University
MBA Harvard University
Vantive, Rally Software, BroadHop, Xifin, Datavail, FormFactor, Trust Co. of America
Mr. Roshko has over thirty-three years of venture capital and investing expertise focused on early stage information technology companies. He currently serves on the boards of Closetbox, Inc. and Datavail Corporation.
Prior to joining Boulder Ventures in late 1998, Mr. Roshko ran a technology hedge fund, Granite Investments, which focused on fundamental analysis and a value oriented approach to public market technology investing.
Beginning in 1984, Mr. Roshko was a General Partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures (MDV) where he concentrated in software, medical devices and services. His successful investments at MDV included: Albion Instruments, Inc. (sold to BOC/OHMEDA), Elsewhere Corporation (sold to Hewlett Packard), Prism Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRZM), and Tigon Corporation (sold to Ameritech).
Mr. Roshko was a Board member of Vantive Corporation for 9 years from its founding through its IPO and subsequent sale to PeopleSoft, Inc. (NASDAQ: PSFT). He was a Board Member of Rally Software Development, Corp. for 10 years from its founding to its IPO in 2013 (NYSE: RALY) and BroadHop, Inc. until it was sold to Cisco Systems, Inc. in 2013 (NASDAQ: CSCO).
Mr. Roshko has been an individual investor in other successful startups including Form Factor, Inc. (NASDAQ: FORM) and the Ensign Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENSG).
Prior to joining MDV, Mr. Roshko was a Senior Consultant with Arthur Andersen & Co. in San Francisco where he planned, designed and implemented management information systems for a variety of client engagements.
Mr. Roshko holds an MBA from Harvard Business School (1984) and a BS (cum laude) in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University (1980).