Paladin Capital Group is pleased to announce that Tim Richardson, will join Paladin Capital Group as a Venture Partner.
“We are very excited Tim is a part of Paladin,” said Lt. General (Ret.) Kenneth Minihan, former Director of the NSA and Managing Director at Paladin. “Tim’s subject matter expertise will provide invaluable advice and guidance to Paladin and our portfolio companies.”
Mr. Richardson is a technology industry veteran. He has extensive experience as a founder, senior executive and board member of multiple technology, fiber optic and semi-conductor companies including Liquid Robotics, Micro Linear Corporation, and Verifiber Technologies. He is a strategic advisor and guest lecturer for the Georgia Tech Research Institute and a founding and active member of the Jupiter Research Foundation and a council member of Stanford’s Hoover Institute.
“Tim is a unique person who vividly understands the important intersection between the government and private investing. He is comfortable working with important government agencies to find difficult solutions to critical problems and working with young companies as they advance their science and technology, growing into profitable, important and global entities”, said Michael Steed, Founder and Managing Partner of Paladin. “Tim has had a long and distinguished career building technology companies. He will further strengthen Paladin’s unique commitment and capability to add strategic value to its portfolio companies.”
Paul Conley, PhD, Managing Director at Paladin and head of its Silicon Valley office, said “Tim is a great addition to our team. His exceptional ability to work with portfolio companies and founders shows the advantage that Paladin offers.”
About Paladin Capital Group
Paladin Capital Group was founded in 2001 and has offices in Washington DC, New York, Silicon Valley, London, and Luxembourg. As a multi-stage investor, Paladin focuses on best-of-breed companies with technologies, products and services that meet the challenging global cybersecurity and digital infrastructure resilience needs for commercial and government customers. Paladin has over $1 billion in committed capital across multiple funds. For updates, follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.