BOARD OF DIRECTORS
As a recovering engineer, Graham Brooks loves to dig deep with techie founders. He joined .406 Ventures in 2007, after nine years of technology-oriented operating, investing and start-up experience.
At .406 he leads the firm’s Data and Cloud strategy. Graham also is involved with the firm’s university outreach initiatives including the .406 Student Fellows program.
Graham previously was an intrapreneur with the New Ventures Group and then Business Development Manager at Bose, where he led the team that identified, evaluated and structured strategic investment and acquisition opportunities within the digital media and consumer products markets.
As an entrepreneur, he co-founded Accentus, a spin-out of Dartmouth College, focused on bringing innovative solutions to the financial trading industry. At Accentus, Graham led product management and sales. Out of college, Graham began his career as a software engineer and database administrator at ALK Associates (Acq Trimble), a logistics solutions spin-out of Princeton University.
Graham is a Kauffman Fellow (Class of 2010). He received his MBA from Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business in 2002, where he was a Tuck Scholar, and an engineering degree in Computer Science from Princeton University.