Fred Haney has been a successful venture capital fund manager, private investor and entrepreneur. He is a co-founder of NovaDigm Therapeutics, Inc. where he served as CEO and Chairman of the Board during the startup. He was a co-founder and Chairman of Dynamic Reconfigurable Computing, Inc., San Jose, CA, and PulSentry, Inc., Torrance, CA. Fred was the founder and manager of 3i Ventures, California, a subsidiary of 3i Group, the largest Venture Capital company in the world. 3i Ventures was a top-quartile venture capital fund that invested $80 Million in sixty companies and produced 19 new public companies. Fred has served on the board of directors of thirty private companies and four public companies, including Rainbow Technologies., which he helped sell to Safenet, Inc., in a combined deal valued at $1B. He founded Monday Club in 1984, and he was a co-founder, in 1997, of Tech Coast Angels. Fred has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. He was selected as “Director of the Year for Early Stage Companies” by the Forum for Corporate Directors in 2002, and as “Mentor/Angel of the Year” by the American Electronics Association in 1999. In 2006, he published a book titled, “My Doggie Says… Messages from Jamie.” For four years, he hosted the “My Doggie Says…” radio talk show on KFNX in Phoenix, AZ. He enjoys public speaking, playing and practicing golf, and bass fishing at Lake Arrowhead.
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Mike has worked on 550+ marketing, branding, and web development campaigns worth over $500M+ in 15 years. In 2008 he sold his high-tech sports, B2B / peer-to-peer driven social application (PlayCoed.com) to 212 Media, where he stayed on to consult with high-tech startups LeagueApps and Sportsvite.com.
Currently Mike increases sales for companies using digital marketing. He resides in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.