Adam Mullinax has over 15 years of experience in finance with the past 14 years in private equity and venture capital, investing over $300 million across a wide range of industries and stages. Most recently, he was a partner at a $50 million early-stage fund with roots at MIT, where he drove the fundraising process and led sourcing, diligence, structuring, and monitoring of all investments. Additionally, he serves as Director of Finance for the Center of Complex Interventions, a non-profit focused on applying academic research and principles to community health issues.

Previously, he was a Vice President with Ambrosia Investments, a growth equity firm focused on the food & agriculture sectors. He also has prior investment experience at Beechwood Capital and Continental Grain, as well as investment banking experience at Moelis & Company and JP Morgan.

He holds a B.S. in Finance from Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University.