• Arun Prakash Arun Prakash
  • Nathaniel Robinson Nathaniel Robinson
  • Steve Andrade Steve Andrade
  • Scott Klososky Scott Klososky

Arun is currently Managing Director and founder of Carbon Arrow, a provider of operations and capital solutions to technology and services businesses.

Arun was on the investment team with Virgo Capital from 2006-2016 and during that time led numerous strategic, financial, and operational initiatives for portfolio companies, including serving as CFO of multiple investments, transforming all aspects of operations, and leading the acquisition and sale of multiple companies.

Arun is also an Advisor with 9Gauge Partners, a financial consulting, transactional advisory, and systems integration firm, a Venture Partner with NextGen Venture Partners, a seed stage network-driven venture capital firm, and a Mentor at Capital Factory, a startup accelerator.

Previously, Arun managed software development and technology planning programs for commercial and defense space systems at The Boeing Company. He also co-founded Terrafugia, an aviation industry startup, and worked at The Boston Consulting Group.

Arun received his MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management, MS in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University, and BS in Aerospace Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology. Arun serves on the board of the Illinois Institute of Technology Alumni Association.

Nathaniel is currently the Global Chief Investment Officer EVP of Strategic Planning at Cushman & Wakefield.

Nathaniel was on the investment team at Virgo Capital from 2010 to 2015 and directed investment sourcing, evaluation and execution, as well as strategic initiatives and business development for the firm’s portfolio companies.

Nathaniel has extensive M&A and investing experience in the technology sector. Previously, he worked in Morgan Stanley's Global Technology Group, where he advised leading software and internet companies on acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures.

Nathaniel also worked at Janney Montgomery Scott where he helped build the firm's venture capital investment business, investing and raising over $60 million in equity for early stage technology companies. He is also a co-founder and former Chairman of PhillyCarShare (acquired by Enterprise).

Nathaniel received his MBA with Distinction from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, MPP from the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, and BS in Business Administration from Drexel University.

Steve joined Virgo Capital in 2012 and supports sales and product development initiatives for the Firm's portfolio.

Steve is currently President and founder of TrueWind Advisors (acquired by CSC), a technology and healthcare consulting firm.

Steve most recently served as CEO of DecisionView, a leading provider of clinical trial management software for pharmaceutical companies. Steve led the company's turnaround and its eventual sale to IMS Health in 2012.

Previously, Steve was Senior Vice President and General Manager of Oracle's $500 million Health Sciences division and Group Vice President and General Manager of Life Sciences at Siebel Systems, where he built a nascent business into a $150 million market leader. Earlier in his career, Steve held leadership positions with Eli Lilly and IMS Health.

Scott has been an advisor to Virgo Capital since its founding in 2005 and supports technology and marketing initiatives for the Firm's portfolio.

Scott is currently a Principal with Future Point of View, a technology consulting firm. Scott is also the founder of Alkami Technology, a provider of next generation systems for online banking.

Scott is a noted speaker to Fortune 500 companies and large professional organizations, as well as the author of several books on marketing and technology, including The Velocity Manifesto, Enterprise Social Technology, and Manager's Guide to Social Media.

Scott served as CEO of Critical Technologies from 2001 until 2004, turning around the company and bringing it to profitability. Previously, Scott was the founder and CEO of webcasts.com, a premier Internet broadcaster for interactive webcasts, which he led and sold for $115 million in 2000.