Shawn Boyer, Chairman and Snagajob Founder
Shawn Boyer founded Snagajob in 1999, and since then, has helped lead the company’s growth from start-up to the nation’s largest hourly employment network. Prior to starting Snagajob, Shawn was actually a transactional attorney for Brown & Wood LLP (now Sidley Austin, LLP) and Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald, LLP. He holds a Master of Law in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center, a Juris Doctor from Washington & Lee University, and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the College of William and Mary.
Dave Bosher CFO, Snagajob
Dave Bosher came to Snagajob in August 2006. Before joining the company, he was the CFO of Payerpath, Inc., the leading processor of Internet-based healthcare claims in the United States. Prior to Payerpath, Dave served as Senior VP and CFO of Cadmus Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: CDMS), a leading content management and graphic communications company with annual revenues of $450 million. At Cadmus, he played a key role in multiple strategic acquisitions, leading the financing of the acquisition of two of the company’s largest competitors. Earlier in his career, Dave was an equity research analyst with Davenport & Company, and he was also Director of Accounting for A. H. Robins Company, Inc., an international Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company. Dave holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and an MBA from the University of Richmond, and he’s also a CPA.
Jeffrey Diehl Partner, Adams Street Partners
Jeffrey Diehl is a partner with Adams Street Partners, one of the largest and longest-running managers of private equity in the world. In this capacity, Diehl focuses on investments in data center infrastructure, IT-enabled services and enterprise software, and has been involved with investments in Harris Interactive, SPS Commerce, comScore Networks, Knightsbridge Solutions, Gevity HR and Net Continuum. Before joining Adams Street Partners, Diehl served as a principal for The Parthenon Group, a Boston-based strategy consulting and principal investing firm with Bain Consulting roots. At Parthenon, he led strategy consulting case teams for small and mid-cap clients in a range of industries, including business and consumer services, software, communications and networking, and financial services. In addition, Diehl executed due-diligence assignments and advised portfolio companies for Parthenon Capital. Diehl earned an MBA from Harvard University and a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University.
Benedict Rocchio Partner, Baird Venture Partners
Benedict joined Baird Private Equity in 2000 and concentrates on investments in the Business Services sector, with an emphasis on financial technology services and information services. Benedict is a current member of the board of directors at ALI Solutions, Arroweye Solutions, Coalfire Systems, Fellon McCord, Sittercity.com and Snagajob. He has also worked directly with 14 other investments of Baird Private Equity, including Axcelerant, HireRight, High Street Partners, NimbleGen Systems, and PayChoice. Prior to BVP, Benedict worked for KPMG LLP in the information, communications and entertainment group within the assurance practice of the Chicago office, where he focused on the software and telecommunications sectors. He received his BBA, with a major in Accountancy, from the University of Notre Dame. Benedict is a member of the Illinois Venture Capital Association, Irish Angels and Chicago Children’s Museum Auxiliary Board.
Eric Carlborg Partner, August Capital
Eric Carlborg is a partner with August Capital, where he focuses on investing in later stage growth companies to provide capital for growth, acquisitions, recapitalizations and shareholder liquidity. Before joining August Capital, Eric was a partner at Continental Investors where he invested in ecommerce and software companies, as well as financial technology and service companies. His experience includes several years of investment banking at Merrill Lynch & Co, where he held position of Co-Head of Technology Investment Banking. Eric also served as an Executive in Residence at Golden Gate Capital. Eric’s operating experience includes serving as CFO for Einstein Noah Bagel Corporation (ENBC) during the company’s initial public offering; CFO for Authorize.Net, which was acquired by Go2Net (GNET); CFO of Provide Commerce (PRVD), which was acquired by Liberty Media Interactive (LINTA). Eric received a B.A. in Economics from the University of Illinois and M.B.A. from the University of Chicago. He currently serves on the boards of BlueNile, CarHop, Bodybuilding.com, Dydacomp and Zulily.com. Our Investors