GROUP HEAD & MANAGING DIRECTOR SILVER LAKE KRAFTWERK AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Adam Grosser joined Silver Lake in 2011 and is the Group Head and Managing Director of Silver Lake Kraftwerk.
He has 33 years of experience as an investor and operator in a broad array of technology companies. Prior to Silver Lake, Mr. Grosser was a General Partner at Foundation Capital where he helped to establish the firms technology investment practice.
He has served as a Director of Calix Networks Inc. (CALX) since May 2009, including through its public offering in 2010. He also currently serves on the boards of Friedola Tech and Carbon3D. Mr. Grosser also previously served on the boards of Arroyo (CSCO), EnerNoc (ENOC), Conviva, Control4 (CTRL), GridIron (VMEM), Peribit (JNPR) Sentient Energy, SiBeam (SIMG), Silver Spring Networks (SSNI), Transmedics, and the board of the National Venture Capital Association.
He has been a lecturer at the UCLA School of Film and Television, a contributor to National Public Radio’s Marketplace, and for the past three years a lecturer at Stanford University. Mr. Grosser holds B.A., M.S., and M.B.A. degrees from Stanford University.
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