Amy Rosen Wildstein is the Fund Manager of Boldcap Ventures LLC. In this capacity, she has day-to-day responsibility for managing the investment activities of the fund. Ms. Wildstein was previously a Principal of Solera Capital, a newly formed venture capital fund. Prior to the formation of Solera in 1999, Ms. Wildstein was with the private equity group of Morgan Stanley, where she evaluated potential acquisition candidates and structured investments for the firms $2.0 billion investment fund. Ms. Wildstein also played key roles in developing and executing financing strategies for portfolio companies, including public equity and debt financings, bank facilities and private equity placements. Ms. Wildstein is also experienced in managing and monitoring existing portfolio companies and has served on the boards of directors of companies in the media, healthcare information technology, and consumer sectors. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Ms. Wildstein was with The Blackstone Group, where she focused on private equity investing and mergers and acquisitions.

Kay Koplovitz is a founder and member of Boldcap's Governing Board.  Ms. Koplovitz is a principal of Koplovitz & Company, which provides media advisory services and makes investments in early and mid-stage media and high growth companies. In 1998, Ms. Koplovitz was appointed by President Clinton to Chair the bi-partisan National Women's Business Council. She used this position to create Springboard 2000, a national initiative to match women entrepreneurs with investment capital, which has resulted in over $1 billion of investment funding for women-owned businesses to date. Ms. Koplovitz is the founder of USA Networks, and was the first female network president in television history. She served as Chairman and CEO from its premiere in 1977 as television's first advertiser-supported basic cable network until 1998, when the company was sold for $4.5 billion. Ms. Koplovitz has served on the boards of General Reinsurance Corporation, Nabisco and Oracle. She currently serves on the boards of Instinet and Liz Claiborne. She is the author of Bold Women, Big Ideas: Learning to Play the High Risk Entrepreneurial Game, and a featured commentator in the media and keynote speaker.
Penny Zuckerwise is a founder and member of Boldcap's Governing Board.  Ms. Zuckerwise is a principal and founder of Wiserock LLC, which provides strategy, management oversight and business advice to a select group of companies, CEOs, pension and private equity funds. Previously, Ms. Zuckerwise was President and Chief Operating Officer of Chancellor LGT Asset Management, a global money-management firm where she was responsible for over $50 billion in assets (including $2 billion in venture capital funds), 600 people, and served as a member of various boards. She has more than 18 years experience as a senior management executive in the financial services industry for various public companies including Citicorp and USF&G, as well as private companies. Ms. Zuckerwise is currently a member of the boards of The Lebenthal Funds, a subsidiary of the MONY Group, and an executive committee board member of Miavita, a corporate wellness/healthy living company founded by Michael Milken. She is also on the advisory boards of BBR Partners, an advisory services firm for wealthy investors, and WSN, a sports marketing and promotion company.