Skip Fleshman
Board of Advisors

Skip Fleshman is a Partner at Asset Management Ventures. Mr. Fleshman has been with Asset Management Ventures since 2002 and has invested in the mobility, SaaS, datacenter and health science technology (HST) sectors. He is actively investing in companies that focus on digital health, mobile and data analytics. He is an advisor to Stanford’s StartX, Rock Health and Boston Children’s Hospital.

Mr. Fleshman has founded two startups and has worked in both small startups and large organizations. He has worked in both small and large organizations, with direct operations experience in software, security and government sales. He was an officer in the United States Air Force, where he first served as a Fighter Pilot flying the F-16. During this time, Mr. Fleshman flew 37 combat missions during Operation Desert Storm and also served as the wing expert in electronic combat systems and programs, including advanced radar theory and electronic countermeasure systems.

After the Air Force, he continued to fly part-time in the Air National Guard and, during this time, was a Founder and Executive in two successful startups, including BGI LLC. He served as a Chief Operating Officer at BGI. He serves as a Director of Kii Inc, Loomia, Inc and Provade, Inc. His current and prior Board seats include: Alara, Mondosoft and Virtio (sold to SNPS). Mr. Fleshman is also on the Board of the Johnson Foundation and Hiller Aviation Museum. He was a Director of StrataVia Corporation. Mr. Fleshman focuses on software infrastructure (security and automation), enterprise software (open source and SaaS), datacenter, health science technology, and consumer solutions. He served in operational roles for over 15 years, including founding two startups. He has operational experience in software, visual systems, and government sales.

He was a Sloan Fellow and received an M.S. in Management from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Davis.