Investment Team

Curtis Feeny, Managing Director

Curtis Feeny has invested in enterprise software, data center systems, wireless infrastructure and Smart Grid technologies. He also has expertise in SaaS, open source, and capital efficient software companies. Curtis has served on 14 boards, both public and private, and has been a managing director at Voyager Capital since 2000, when he opened the Silicon Valley office. Since 2000, he was on the board of Trammell Crow Company (TCC:NYSE), which was purchased by CB Richard Ellis (CBG:NYSE) in 2006, and has remained on the board since. In 2006, Curtis was also appointed by President George W. Bush to be a Trustee of the Presidio Trust. 

Before joining Voyager, Curtis was the first Executive Vice President of the newly formed Stanford Management Company, helping oversee the University’s endowment from 1992 to 2000, when assets under management grew from $1.5 billion to $9 billion. He was responsible for investing and managing real estate and other asset classes including private equity and venture capital. Before joining Stanford, Curtis was managing partner for Trammell Crow in Seattle, with $700 million of assets under management. Previously, he worked in energy R&D and the semiconductor industry. Curtis has an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a BS in mechanical engineering, magna cum laude, from Texas A&M University. 

Curtis Feeny
Curtis Feeny works (or has worked) with the following companies:

 

Ayla Networks

Ayla is a cloud-based connectivity platform for addressing the Internet of "things" where more and more everyday physical devices and appliances are becoming "connected" to the information network.

SeeCommerce

Acquired by Teradata (NYSE:TDC) in 2006
SeeCommerce enabled performance management of extended supply chains for global 2000 companies through its SeeChain applications.

Sensys Networks

Sensys Networks

Sensys Networks has combined state-of-the-art magnetic sensors with low-power radio technology to create a reliable, accurate, and cost-effective wireless vehicle detection system to address a wide range of traffic management applications.

Tropos Networks

Tropos Networks

Acquired by ABB Ltd. (NYSE:ABB) in 2012
Tropos offered metro-scale, cellular Wi-Fi network solutions. Tropos' products enabled network operators, service providers and government departments to provide ubiquitous, broadband wireless network connections to users in any locale.


WellnessFX

Merged with Health Elements in December 2013
WellnessFX provides a wellness and health quantified self (QS) platform allowing individuals to measure, understand and improve their health by combining state-of-the-art medical science with social media tools and consumer web user experience design.