Meet Our Team

Impact Hub Boulder Team


Greg Berry
Greg Berry
Managing Director
Co-Founder & Board Director

Greg BerryGreg BerryImpact Hub Boulder Managing Director, Co-Founder, and Board Director, is a serial entrepreneur.  In his 25-year career, Greg has been part of eight entrepreneurial teams, including Impact Hub Boulder.  Greg has bought, sold, liquidated and closed businesses (three are still operating).  For the past ten years, Greg has focused his career on sustainability and positive social impact.  He has created award-winning media properties, and produced elite conferences on three continents. In addition to Impact Hub Boulder, Greg is the co-founder and Board Chair of W1SDØM (www.w1sd0m.net), a network and matching platform that increases the flow of intellectual, social, human and financial to social entrepreneurs around the world.  Greg currently hosts, speaks at, and moderates social enterprise and impact investing events on a regular basis in Boulder and Denver.  Learn more about Greg at his LinkedIn site.


Peter Begley
Peter Begley
Operations Director

Peter BegleyPeter BegleyImpact Hub Boulder Operations Director, brings over ten years of operations and finance experience to the team with a background in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors. An entrepreneur early in his career, Peter co-founded a photography company and while not on assignment he found time to mentor emerging photographers and other creative entrepreneurs. Peter’s non-profit experience includes serving as a Board Member for Boston-based Peace in Focus since 2009, as well as five years as the Director of Finance and Operations for Pioneer Institute, one of New England’s leading public policy organizations. Most recently Peter served as Accounting Manager for North American operations for the Italy-based backcountry ski and alpine companies Dynafit and Salewa. When he’s not working on Impact Hub Boulder’s back-end systems, Peter enjoys exploring and having adventures in the outdoors with his wife and two sons. Learn more about Peter at his LinkedIn site.


Peter Begley
Hannah Davis
Host & Events Manager

Hannah DavisHannah DavisHost & Events Manager, graduated from the University of Vermont with a double-major in economics and environmental studies. Throughout her four years in Vermont she worked at Ameriprise Financial, and then participated in an eight month program for social and environmental entrepreneurs in India and Israel. Through that program, Hannah was able to work with a diverse array organizations focused on creating social and environmental impact. Upon her return to the US, she moved to Boulder, Colorado in order to further explore her passion for social enterprise in Boulder’s vibrant sustainability community. When Hannah is not at the HUB you can find her taking full advantage of the Boulder sunshine and mountains. Learn more about Hannah at her LinkedIn site.


 

Impact Hub Boulder Founders and Board Members

Rich Hoops
Rich Hoops
Chairman of the Board

Rich HoopsRich Hoops, Chairman of the Board, has dedicated his time to assisting area nonprofits in building operational/organizational capacity through strategic consulting, general business and executive coaching, training and lecturing. He has been a partner with Social Venture Partners Boulder County since 2001, currently serves on the board of SVP and was board chair from 2004-2006. Rich is also the board chair for Blood:Water Mission, an advisory board member of the Center for Education on Social Responsibility at the Leeds School of Business, at the University of Colorado. In addition, Rich is involved in a number of initiatives and activities in the area of social entrepreneurship/social ventures and impact investing in the Boulder community.  Rich began his career in the personal computer industry in 1986 with the Business Products Division of Tandy Corporation. He joined Dell Computer Corporation in 1989 and went on to hold a variety of senior management and executive positions in sales, marketing and business development, nationally and internationally. Rich founded, and served as CEO of Outdoor Intelligence, a startup focused on delivering digital map information and data to the recreational fishing industry.  Learn more about Rich at his LinkedIn site.

Bruce Campbell
Bruce Campbell
Board Director

Bruce CampbellBruce Campbell, Board Director, wakes up every day motivated by the opportunity to leverage his profession in service of the global community. After working for six years at the international law firm of Hogan Lovells, he founded Campbell Law Group in February 2003 to focus on the representation of start-up companies. In early 2009, Bruce committed himself to developing more effective ways for legal professionals around the world to support social ventures, and he has not looked back since.  A specialist in corporate finance and intellectual property transactions, Bruce brings his extensive experience to bear on his work at the forefront of impact investing and market-based solutions. He has advised corporate clients on transactions worth billions of dollars in the aggregate, ranging from angel financings for start-ups to public offerings for multi-national companies. As for intellectual property work, Bruce has negotiated numerous deals with Fortune 100 companies, including some of the world’s most prominent technology firms.  Bruce has completed corporate and IP transactions all over the world, including in Africa, Asia and South America.  Learn more about Bruce at his LinkedIn site.

Caryn Capriccioso
Caryn Capriccioso
Board Director

Caryn CapricciosoCaryn Capriccioso, Board Director, has a career that spans the nonprofit, government and for-profit sectors with a focus on strategic and business planning, social enterprise and earned income development, and building cross-sector partnerships. Caryn is co-founder and principal partner at interSector Partners, L3C, the country’s 39th L3C and the first doing business in Colorado. She holds a master of nonprofit management from Regis University, serves as chair of Social Venture Partners Boulder County and is a member of the Director’s Club for Rocky Mountain Microfinance Institute. She speaks regularly at local, statewide and national conferences on the topics of innovation, convergence, emerging business structures and social enterprise/entrepreneurship including recent engagements at the Social Enterprise Summit/World Forum, and the Net Impact and Young Nonprofit Professionals Network national conferences.  Her varied career includes serving as director of women’s services at the YWCA of Greater Lansing; founder and principal of a grantwriting firm, Your Write Hand; executive director of the Boulder Parks and Recreation Foundation (now PLAY Boulder); director of planning services and social enterprise at JVA Consulting, LLC; and community liaison positions with the city of Boulder.  Learn more about Caryn at her LinkedIn site.

Jim Davidson
Jim Davidson
Board Director

Jim DavidsonJim Davidson Board Director, is an early-stage investor and advisor with over 20-years of internet technology experience. Previously, he was a senior leader at Aol where he served as CTO of DigitalCity, the internet’s first hyper-local portal, and later as VP of Web Services and Publishing, where he led teams responsible for some of the most innovative and high-scale sites including Aol.com and MapQuest. Jim has also been a leader at early-stage companies including: CTO of ShareThis.com, President of Examiner.com, and co-founder and CEO of Laborfair.com, an online marketplace for disadvantaged service providers. Jim is now focused on early-stage impact-investing, providing capital and advice for companies which leverage technology to further their social-benefit and sustainability missions. He is also guarantor and loan committee member of MicroCredit Enterprises which helps fund micro-loans around the world. Jim lives with his wife Melanie and two children in Denver, CO, and aspires to one day finish a triathlon with something more than a participation medal  Learn more about Jim at his LinkedIn site.

Tyler Hartung
Tyler Hartung

Tyler HartungTyler Hartung’s background is not in coming up with the next great idea but instead in executing  them as has been apparent in his roles as program manager for alumni services at he University of Colorado and in his consulting role with Uganda’s Masaka Elders Microfinance Coop.  Although trained in finance and math, and having a history planning and executing large scale events, Tyler now focuses on doing whatever it takes to make one of the most extraordinary social enterprise start-ups of the past decade — the Unreasonable Institute  –  happen as its vice president of finance and operations.

Scott Kiere
Scott Kiere
Board Director

Scott KiereScott Kiere Board Director, is Co-Founder & CEO of eVolutionary Green Holdings, LLC, a Strategic Business Development & Investment Company, focusing on the environmentally sustainable products, services, technologies and real estate development processes that are part of tomorrow’s solutions, today…

Scott successfully mixes practical wisdom with pragmatic business growth strategies and execution experience in his many executive roles. As CEO of eVolutionary Green Holdings, he manages a small portfolio of companies, including Urban Green Development, where, as a Principal, he serves as President & CEO.

He has helped to strategically and successfully grow a variety of companies using Decision Mapping®. He is a successful strategist and growth expert with a track-record of helping company owners and CEOs engage and successfully manage their customer’s decision-making processes. He empowers intelligent and strategic process management to every business in his leadership scope.

He is currently serving as a Director of the Board for Impact Hub Boulder; and has also served as a member of the Board of Directors for Social Venture Network. Scott is a champion for using business as a means to make our world a better place to live and raise our children. Learn more about Jim at his LinkedIn site.

Corey N.M. Kohn
Corey N.M. Kohn
Board Director

Corey N.M. KohnCorey N.M. Kohn, Board Director, is chief operating officer for dojo4, a vibrant nexus for Boulder’s startup and conscious business communities. A web app design and dev shop, dojo4’s open door policy has fostered it as an impromptu and dynamic co-working space for designers and programmers in the booming Boulder tech network. Drawing on her facilitation and organizational development training, Corey regularly hosts the cross-disciplinary and cross-industry community events that dojo4 has become known for.  Before her life in the nerdy and exciting world of software development, Corey had a successful career in high-level film and event production (from Oscar-nominated documentaries to academic conferences in Northern India) that has given her a thorough range of experience in managing teams, transforming big visions into concrete products, and allowing innovative creativity and practical ingenuity to come together productively. As a Boulder native and born connector, who has loved living in cities around the world, her personal and professional networks are expansive and robust, both near and far.  Learn more about Corey at her LinkedIn site.

Greg BerryGreg BerryImpact Hub Boulder Managing Director, Co-Founder, and Board Director, is a serial entrepreneur.  In his 25-year career, Greg has been part of eight entrepreneurial teams, including Impact Hub Boulder.  Greg has bought, sold, liquidated and closed businesses (three are still operating).  For the past ten years, Greg has focused his career on sustainability and positive social impact.  He has created award-winning media properties, and produced elite conferences on three continents. In addition to Impact Hub Boulder, Greg is the co-founder and Board Chair of W1SDØM (www.w1sd0m.net), a network and matching platform that increases the flow of intellectual, social, human and financial to social entrepreneurs around the world.  Greg currently hosts, speaks at, and moderates social enterprise and impact investing events on a regular basis in Boulder and Denver.  Learn more about Greg at his LinkedIn site.Peter BegleyPeter BegleyImpact Hub Boulder Operations Director, brings over ten years of operations and finance experience to the team with a background in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors. An entrepreneur early in his career, Peter co-founded a photography company and while not on assignment he found time to mentor emerging photographers and other creative entrepreneurs. Peter’s non-profit experience includes serving as a Board Member for Boston-based Peace in Focus since 2009, as well as five years as the Director of Finance and Operations for Pioneer Institute, one of New England’s leading public policy organizations. Most recently Peter served as Accounting Manager for North American operations for the Italy-based backcountry ski and alpine companies Dynafit and Salewa. When he’s not working on Impact Hub Boulder’s back-end systems, Peter enjoys exploring and having adventures in the outdoors with his wife and two sons. Learn more about Peter at his LinkedIn site.Rich HoopsRich Hoops, Chairman of the Board, has dedicated his time to assisting area nonprofits in building operational/organizational capacity through strategic consulting, general business and executive coaching, training and lecturing. He has been a partner with Social Venture Partners Boulder County since 2001, currently serves on the board of SVP and was board chair from 2004-2006. Rich is also the board chair for Blood:Water Mission, an advisory board member of the Center for Education on Social Responsibility at the Leeds School of Business, at the University of Colorado. In addition, Rich is involved in a number of initiatives and activities in the area of social entrepreneurship/social ventures and impact investing in the Boulder community.  Rich began his career in the personal computer industry in 1986 with the Business Products Division of Tandy Corporation. He joined Dell Computer Corporation in 1989 and went on to hold a variety of senior management and executive positions in sales, marketing and business development, nationally and internationally. Rich founded, and served as CEO of Outdoor Intelligence, a startup focused on delivering digital map information and data to the recreational fishing industry.  Learn more about Rich at his LinkedIn site.Bruce CampbellBruce Campbell, Board Director, wakes up every day motivated by the opportunity to leverage his profession in service of the global community. After working for six years at the international law firm of Hogan Lovells, he founded Campbell Law Group in February 2003 to focus on the representation of start-up companies. In early 2009, Bruce committed himself to developing more effective ways for legal professionals around the world to support social ventures, and he has not looked back since.  A specialist in corporate finance and intellectual property transactions, Bruce brings his extensive experience to bear on his work at the forefront of impact investing and market-based solutions. He has advised corporate clients on transactions worth billions of dollars in the aggregate, ranging from angel financings for start-ups to public offerings for multi-national companies. As for intellectual property work, Bruce has negotiated numerous deals with Fortune 100 companies, including some of the world’s most prominent technology firms.  Bruce has completed corporate and IP transactions all over the world, including in Africa, Asia and South America.  Learn more about Bruce at his LinkedIn site.Caryn CapricciosoCaryn Capriccioso, Board Director, has a career that spans the nonprofit, government and for-profit sectors with a focus on strategic and business planning, social enterprise and earned income development, and building cross-sector partnerships. Caryn is co-founder and principal partner at interSector Partners, L3C, the country’s 39th L3C and the first doing business in Colorado. She holds a master of nonprofit management from Regis University, serves as chair of Social Venture Partners Boulder County and is a member of the Director’s Club for Rocky Mountain Microfinance Institute. She speaks regularly at local, statewide and national conferences on the topics of innovation, convergence, emerging business structures and social enterprise/entrepreneurship including recent engagements at the Social Enterprise Summit/World Forum, and the Net Impact and Young Nonprofit Professionals Network national conferences.  Her varied career includes serving as director of women’s services at the YWCA of Greater Lansing; founder and principal of a grantwriting firm, Your Write Hand; executive director of the Boulder Parks and Recreation Foundation (now PLAY Boulder); director of planning services and social enterprise at JVA Consulting, LLC; and community liaison positions with the city of Boulder.  Learn more about Caryn at her LinkedIn site.Tyler HartungTyler Hartung’s background is not in coming up with the next great idea but instead in executing  them as has been apparent in his roles as program manager for alumni services at he University of Colorado and in his consulting role with Uganda’s Masaka Elders Microfinance Coop.  Although trained in finance and math, and having a history planning and executing large scale events, Tyler now focuses on doing whatever it takes to make one of the most extraordinary social enterprise start-ups of the past decade — the Unreasonable Institute  –  happen as its vice president of finance and operations.Corey N.M. KohnCorey N.M. Kohn, Board Director, is chief operating officer for dojo4, a vibrant nexus for Boulder’s startup and conscious business communities. A web app design and dev shop, dojo4’s open door policy has fostered it as an impromptu and dynamic co-working space for designers and programmers in the booming Boulder tech network. Drawing on her facilitation and organizational development training, Corey regularly hosts the cross-disciplinary and cross-industry community events that dojo4 has become known for.  Before her life in the nerdy and exciting world of software development, Corey had a successful career in high-level film and event production (from Oscar-nominated documentaries to academic conferences in Northern India) that has given her a thorough range of experience in managing teams, transforming big visions into concrete products, and allowing innovative creativity and practical ingenuity to come together productively. As a Boulder native and born connector, who has loved living in cities around the world, her personal and professional networks are expansive and robust, both near and far.  Learn more about Corey at her LinkedIn site.

Jim DavidsonJim Davidson Board Director, is an early-stage investor and advisor with over 20-years of internet technology experience. Previously, he was a senior leader at Aol where he served as CTO of DigitalCity, the internet’s first hyper-local portal, and later as VP of Web Services and Publishing, where he led teams responsible for some of the most innovative and high-scale sites including Aol.com and MapQuest. Jim has also been a leader at early-stage companies including: CTO of ShareThis.com, President of Examiner.com, and co-founder and CEO of Laborfair.com, an online marketplace for disadvantaged service providers. Jim is now focused on early-stage impact-investing, providing capital and advice for companies which leverage technology to further their social-benefit and sustainability missions. He is also guarantor and loan committee member of MicroCredit Enterprises which helps fund micro-loans around the world. Jim lives with his wife Melanie and two children in Denver, CO, and aspires to one day finish a triathlon with something more than a participation medal  Learn more about Jim at his LinkedIn site.

Scott KiereScott Kiere Board Director, is Co-Founder & CEO of eVolutionary Green Holdings, LLC, a Strategic Business Development & Investment Company, focusing on the environmentally sustainable products, services, technologies and real estate development processes that are part of tomorrow’s solutions, today…

Scott successfully mixes practical wisdom with pragmatic business growth strategies and execution experience in his many executive roles. As CEO of eVolutionary Green Holdings, he manages a small portfolio of companies, including Urban Green Development, where, as a Principal, he serves as President & CEO.

He has helped to strategically and successfully grow a variety of companies using Decision Mapping®. He is a successful strategist and growth expert with a track-record of helping company owners and CEOs engage and successfully manage their customer’s decision-making processes. He empowers intelligent and strategic process management to every business in his leadership scope.

He is currently serving as a Director of the Board for Impact Hub Boulder; and has also served as a member of the Board of Directors for Social Venture Network. Scott is a champion for using business as a means to make our world a better place to live and raise our children. Learn more about Jim at his LinkedIn site.

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