This lunch will take place at The UT Club, located on the East side of DKR Memorial Stadium on the UT campus (2108 Robert Dedman Drive, Austin 78712). We recommend parking in the Manor garage across from the UT Club, but parking is not included in the lunch registration price.
Directions: Due to construction on/around campus, we recommend approaching the stadium from the intersection of I-35 Frontage Road & Manor Road. Manor Road becomes Clyde Littlefield Drive west of I-35. Take Clyde Littlefield towards the stadium and the Manor Parking Garage will be on your left.
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Cancellation Policy – Cancellations received in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5PM, May 10th will receive a full refund. There are no refunds for cancellations received after 5PM on May 10th. If you are an ACG Member unable to attend, you can transfer your registration to another person for this same event. If the person attending in your place is not an ACG Member, they will need to pay an additional fee to bring them up to the non-member rate to attend.
Roger Chen has been an early stage investor and technologist for 10 years. As a technology investor, prior to joining Silverton, Roger was a Principal with Genacast Ventures in New York, a leading seed-stage VC firm affiliated with Comcast Ventures. He previously spent time with Comcast Ventures and Fontinalis Partners, and has been a consultant to several West Coast VCs. As an operator, Roger was formerly a Product Manager with Google where he led various engineering and ops initiatives for Google Maps and Chrome. Roger received an MBA from Wharton and a BS in computer science and math from the University of Michigan.
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Colton Seal is the co-founder and CEO of Routefusion. He started his entrepreneurial journey in college, where he grew an apparel business across four different college campuses, helping pay for college and great ski trips. After college, he began his professional career at Citi as a High-Frequency Trading network engineer. After Citi, he started his software engineering career for multiple startups in Austin, TX, before he and his co-founder decided to start Routefusion. Since starting Routefusion they have grown the business to 7 figure revenue raising $14MM from Silverton partners, and Canvas ventures, prominent investors in Texas and California to help expand the business.