Greg S. Goldfarb joined Summit Partners in 2002. Prior to Summit, he worked for Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide where he was Director of E-Commerce and Director of Starwood’s Innovation Lab.
Based in Summit’s Menlo Park office, Greg is active in the firm’s investment activities in North America, Europe and Asia, and focuses primarily on the technology and healthcare & life sciences sectors. His board directorships and investments include Clearwater Analytics, Cloudmark, IntelliChem (acquired by Symyx Technologies), LiveOffice (acquired by Symantec Corporation), Philz Coffee, ProClarity Corporation (acquired by Microsoft), Rocket Fuel, TeleSign Holdings, The Mutual Fund Store (acquired by Warburg Pincus), Tiny Prints (acquired by Shutterfly), Visier, Web Reservations International (acquired by Hellman & Friedman), Winshuttle Holdings, and Wowza Media Systems.
Greg holds an AB, magna cum laude, in government from Harvard University.