Wayne D. Kimmel is the Founder and Managing Partner of SeventySix Capital. Wayne is known as an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, philanthropist and tireless networker.
In 1999, Wayne founded his venture capital firm that has invested in startup and early-stage consumer facing technology companies. Some of his successful investments include: SeamlessWeb (acquired by ARAMARK), Take Care Health Systems (acquired by Walgreens), NutriSystem (NTRI), (top performing stock in the U.S. for 5 consecutive years) and Omek Interactive (acquired by Intel).
In 2012, Philadelphia Magazine named Wayne as one of the “Top Innovators” in the region.
Wayne is the Treasurer and a Board member of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. He is also on the Board of Trustees of Jewish Federations of North America and on the Board of Trustees of the Einstein Healthcare Network and the Chairman of its Development Committee.
Wayne is on the Advisory Board of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland and the National Advisory Council for Widener University School of Law.
Chad Stender is the Director of Operations for SeventySix Capital. Chad is known as an entrepreneur, venture capitalist and connector.
Prior to SeventySix Capital, Chad worked for the Philadelphia Flyers, Comcast-Spectacor, led a sports accessory startup and interned for the Philadelphia 76ers and The Walt Disney Corporation.
Chad currently sits on the boards of Challah for Hunger, Tribe 12 and is an advisor to New Leaders Council Fellows.
Chad went to undergrad at James Madison University and received his Masters from East Stroudsburg University.