Josh Green joined Mohr Davidow’s team in 2006 as a general partner and recently ended his tenure on the Board of Directors at iRhythm Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:IRTC). Previously, he was on the Boards of Crescendo, Genomatica, Xicato, and a number of other Mohr Davidow investments. In a 30+ year career in law, Josh built two law firms to 150 lawyers each and acted as an advisor to some of Silicon Valley’s legendary startups in the computer, Internet, telecommunications, biotech and medical device industries. Josh gained a breadth of knowledge that makes him uniquely qualified for an investment area that spans multiple industries. He is a Chairman Emeritus of the National Venture Capital Association.
“I’ve been at the side of incredibly talented entrepreneurs during some of the most important times in their careers,” Josh says. He helped more than 150 companies complete successful IPOs, partnering closely with companies such as Yahoo! during their formative stages.
Josh believes Mohr Davidow offers a unique combination of seasoned venture capitalists and the financial clout needed for early-stage startups.
Facts & Stats
- Graduated magna cum laude from UCLA in 1977 and the UCLA School of Law in 1980 where he was on the Law Review
- Chariman Emeritus of the National Venture Capital Association
- Formerly included on Forbes Midas List of dealmakers
- Founder of the UCLA Venture Capital Fund, Board of Advisors to Lowell Milken Business Policy Institute at the UCLA Law School and past undergraduate commencement speaker at UCLA
High school basketball coach for eight years
- High school basketball coach for eight years
- Helped more than 150 companies complete successful IPOs, worked with Cerent in the largest technology acquisition in Cisco’s history ($8 billion) and partnered closely with companies such as Yahoo! during their formative stages
- Favorite Quote: “Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are” – Legendary UCLA Head Basketball Coach John Wooden