Greg Langdon works with early-stage technology companies and related programs in Louisville, KY. He is a board member, investor or advisor for several Software as a Service (SaaS) startups, and is a member of the investment committees for Louisville’s Sequel Fund and Enterprise Angels Community Fund I. As an active mentor with accelerator programs including XLerateHealth, the Vogt Awards, and Nucleus LaunchIt, Greg has worked closely with over 75 seed-stage startups. He is member of the board for GLI’s EnterpriseCorp and Venture Connectors, and is a member of the Louisville Metro Civic Innovation Advisory Board. Mr. Langdon was part of the executive team that led Efficient Networks from a venture-funded startup into a market-leading position in broadband Internet equipment, a successful initial public offering, multiple acquisitions, and subsequent sale to Siemens AG. At Efficient Networks he was responsible for product strategy and marketing. Previously he held product management, product development and system architecture positions in the telecom and computer industries. Mr. Langdon has a degree in electrical engineering from Vanderbilt University.