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Angie Kim
President & Chief Customer Officer,
President & Chief Customer Officer,

Angie immigrated to Baltimore from Seoul, South Korea, with her parents in the early 1980s. As a teenager, she helped her parents to build and grow a variety of small retail businesses throughout the Baltimore area, and experienced first-hand the challenges of starting and running small businesses.

Angie attended college at Stanford University, where she graduated with Highest Honors and Distinction and was the Phi Beta Kappa graduation speaker. After the 1989 earthquake in the Bay Area, she returned to the East Coast to attend Harvard Law School. She was Editor of the Harvard Law Review for two years, and graduated magna cum laude. After law school, Angie clerked for Chief Judge Wilkinson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and then practiced law as a litigator with the Washington, D.C., law firm of Williams & Connolly.

Angie realized that she prefers building relationships and businesses to fighting with others about them. She transitioned to the business world by joining McKinsey & Co., where she quickly became an Engagement Manager and a member of the leadership group for the e-commerce practice at McKinsey & Co. In that role, Angie helped a financial institution client to build a new online business-to-business program that focuses on small businesses in the professional services segment. She has focused on other small business and marketing efforts, including helping a major direct marketing client to build alliance marketing and other alternative distribution channels capabilities and helping chemical industry clients to create value by consolidating smaller companies.

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Scott Frederick
Venture Capitalist,
FBR Technology Venture Partners
Venture Capitalist,
FBR Technology Venture Partners

Scott Frederick assists in the operation of the Fund specializing in identifying, analyzing and structuring new investment opportunities. In addition, Mr. Frederick provides consulting and management services to the Funds portfolio companies.

As a former lawyer and consultant to developing businesses, he has experience in the legal, strategic and financial aspects of venture capital, as well as experience evaluating the operating strategies of emerging growth companies.

Prior to joining the fund, Mr. Frederick was a consultant at Dean & Company where he focused on strategy and business plan development in the telecommunications and technology industries.

Prior to this, Mr. Frederick was a corporate attorney at Vinson & Elkins, L.L.P. where he focused on early-stage corporate finance and the structuring of private equity transactions. Mr. Frederick is a Board observer for Call Technologies, Inc. and Network Access Solutions, and works closely with CareerBuilder, Inc. and MinderSoft, Inc. Mr. Frederick is a frequent guest speaker at local technological and entrepreneurial events, including the MINDSHARE Program and the Netpreneur Program. He received a B.A. in Economics from Duke University (A.B. Duke Scholar, Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude) and a J.D. from Harvard Law School (cum laude).

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Jeff Hooke
Principal, Hooke Associates

Jeff Hooke is an independent investment banker based in Tysons Corner, Virginia.  He was formerly a New York-based investment banker with Lehman Brothers and Schroder Wertheim, respectively, where he worked on many mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, and private placements of debt and equity.  He has broad international experience through his work with Emerging Markets Partnership, a $4 billion merchant banking fund, and the International Finance Corporation, a World Bank affiliate.

Mr. Hooke is the author of two books on corporate finance and investments: M&A, A Practical Guide to Doing the Deal (John Wiley & Sons, 1996) and Security Analysis on Wall Street (John Wiley & Sons, 1998).   He has appeared on MSNBC, CNN and PBS, and he has been quoted or featured in Barron's, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, Business Week, and Ticker.  Mr. Hooke has been an adjunct professor at the business schools of University of Maryland, Georgetown University, and George Washington University.

Mr. Hooke brings his Wall Street investment banking experience within the reach of small and medium-sized companies, venture funds, entrepreneurial start-ups, and regional accounting and legal firms.  His services fill a critical need in this dynamic market.  The financial advisory options of these firms are now restricted to (1) business brokers and private consultants, most of whom lack traditional Wall Street expertise; (2) regional investment / commercial banks that assign junior personnel to smaller transactions; and (3) New York securities firms, which avoid processing deals under $50 million.


Jeffrey P. Anderson
Principal, Bond & Pecaro, Inc.

Jeffrey P. Anderson is a principal in the firm of Bond & Pecaro, Inc., a Washington based consulting firm specializing in valuations, business consulting, and related financial services for major players in the Internet, broadcasting, cable television, wireless, and publishing industries. Prior to joining the firm in 1986, Mr. Anderson worked as a Financial Analyst with Frazier, Gross, & Kadlec, Inc. 

Mr. Anderson has been actively involved in fair market valuations, asset appraisals, and business consulting for over 1,200 television, radio, cable, newspaper, Internet, and related media and communications businesses. He has primary responsibility for special market studies and research projects regarding the management of communications and media properties.

Mr. Anderson authored Bond & Pecaro, Inc.’s publication CyberValuation. The book provides a comprehensive analysis of Internet company transactions over the last four years. In the survey, Bond & Pecaro analyzed 595 Internet company transactions to determine a range of valuation multiples for companies serving the ISP, portal, Internet retail, and business-to-business sectors. The firm’s Web site,, hosts information on over 500 additional Internet transactions since the publication of the book.

Mr. Anderson recently participated in the Broadcast Cable Financial Management Association’s monthly distance learning seminar on the topic of Internet valuation methods, strategic opportunities for media companies, and M&A legal issues. He has been interviewed and quoted by publications including the Washington Post, Mergers & Acquisitions, CFO Magazine, American Venture, and the Washington Business Journal on Internet valuation issues.

Mr. Anderson received the Master of Business Administration degree at the Colgate Darden School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia and received a B.A. in Economics from the College of William and Mary.


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