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Chris Thomajan

Managing Partner - Boston



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Chris Thomajan

Managing Partner - Boston

Chris Thomajan has been a CFO for over 30 years in a variety of industries, including: biotech, medtech, software, digital media, Internet services and investment banking.

Chris was a founding partner of America’s Growth Capital, a boutique investment bank focused on emerging growth technology companies. He was the early-stage CFO/VP Operations for Asurion Corporation, which is a closely held, multi-billion-dollar private company. He was also the founding CFO for a pioneering Internet company, Delphi Internet Services, which was acquired by News Corporation in 1993.

Since joining TechCXO in 2007, Chris has worked with outstanding companies such as Relay Therapeutics (RLAY – IPO in 2020), Keros Therapeutics (KROS – IPO in 2020), Cyteir Therapeutics (CYT – IPO in 2021), Decibel Therapeutics (DBTX – IPO in 2021),  Mashable, Mascoma Corp., Adheron (acquired by Roche in 2015), Catabasis Pharmaceuticals (CATB – IPO in 2015), and Ektron (acquired by Accel/KKR in December 2014). Current clients include Elektrofi, Diceros Therapeutics, Medzown, Inc., QurAlis Corporation, and EnClear Therapies.

Chris has extensive experience in raising debt and equity. He has also been involved in numerous M&A transactions and has managed the operations of several start-up companies during rapid revenue growth. He received a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. from Columbia University.

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