Jeb S. Spencer
Mr. Spencer is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of TVC Capital. He focuses his time and energy on the acquisition of and investment in software and software-enabled services firms with at least $2.5 million in revenue. He has proven to be effective in working closely with management to rapidly professionalize and grow software companies into leaders in their fields.
Mr. Spencer has had a number of investment successes including the sale of Accordent Technologies to Polycom Inc. (NASDAQ: PLCM); the sale of Del Mar Datatrac to Fiserv Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV); the sale of TechnoCom Mobility to Kapsch (Vienna: KTCG); the sale of TechnoCom MRM to CalAmp Corp. (NASDAQ: CAMP) and the sale of Del Mar DataTrac, Inc. to Ellie Mae (NYSE: ELLI). Jeb was Chairman of the Board of all of these companies at the time of exit. He was a co-founder, President and board member of Backwire.com, Inc., which was acquired by Cricket Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: LEAP). Spencer currently serves on the board of directors of Ellie Mae (NYSE: ELLI), ReverseVision (Chairman), Levels Beyond (Chairman), TechnoCom Corporation (Chairman), Halo Business Intelligence, Centage Corporation, EdgeWave, MediaPlatform and Docupace.
Mr. Spencer also spent time working in the “political industry” in Washington, DC. He was a White House Intern for President George H.W. Bush, and ultimately held leadership roles in DC in the Finance division of the Republican National Committee and in the Dole/Kemp Presidential Campaign, where he was the Director of Strategic Information.
He is an honors graduate of Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA. He attended Oxford University (St. Anne’s College) and graduated with honors from Harvard University, with an MBA from Harvard Business School. He was selected as a Research Associate for Dr. Michael Porter at Harvard Business School and served as an Editor of The Harbus News.
Mr. Spencer has been interviewed by many media outlets throughout his career, including CNN, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Boston Globe, San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego Business Journal and Campaigns & Elections, among others.