Managing Principal

Asim Aleem


Institutional Investors

Anacapa Partners

Jeff Stevens
Ashley Giesler

Argo Management Partners

John T. Fitzgerald

Pacific Lake Partners

Jim Southern
Coley Andrews

Search Fund Partners

David Carver
Jim Edmunds
Rich Kelley

Trilogy Search Partners

Scott Alderman
Cregg Baumbaugh
Mitch Cohen


Individual Investors

Richard Augustyn
Craig Burr
Matthew Burr
Matt Diamond
Bill Egan
Mark Egan
Jim Johnson
Joseph Niehaus
William Thorndike
A.J. Wasserstein
Kent Weaver

Matt Diamond

In 1996, Matt Diamond co-founded Alloy, Inc. together with Jim Johnson, taking the company public in May 1999 and building it to become one of the most important millennial-focused media and marketing companies of the past two decades. Alloy Digital was the outgrowth of Alloy, Inc.’s interactive division, a dedicated unit formed in 2009 addressing industry needs amid shifting market trends.

When he was CEO of Alloy Digital, his keen vision was instrumental in the company’s meteoric rise in a rapidly evolving digital space and the significant growth of globally recognized and top-ranked media platforms. The recent key strategic role in the recent “merger of equals” with Break Media gave rise to Defy Media, and Matt guides corporate strategy and oversees company management as the new CEO.

Mr. Diamond also serves on the board of Do Something, Inc. and, in 2009, the youth focused non-profit organization honored him with its Lifetime Achievement Award for Alloy’s considerable contributions.

He has also supported youth education initiatives in New York City, dedicating his time to the Bronx Academy of Letters—awarded a rare A in both the Department of Education’s 2006-07 and 2007-08 progress reports—and as a member the PENCIL program pairing business leaders with public schools. Alloy supports other charitable organizations such as the Ad Council and the Lagrant Foundation.

Mr. Diamond graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in International Studies at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1991 and received his MBA from the Harvard Business School in 1996.