David Wylie is experienced in assessing markets and evaluating a variety of early-stage technologies, including biomedical discoveries, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and engineered products. For the National Council on Science and Technology of Mexico, Mr. Wylie led a team of five MBAs analyzing the commercial potential of six life sciences technologies and developing detailed commercialization and licensing plans for each. For Ben Franklin Technology Partners, Mr. Wylie helped manage a portfolio of early-stage venture capital investments in life sciences, physical sciences, and IT. Mr. Wylie also served for 3 years in the U.S. Peace Corps. His assignments ranged from working with refugee populations following a guerilla war in Uganda, to serving as an adviser to the Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court of Georgia.
Mr. Wylie has a BA from Grinnell College and an MBA from the University of Iowa.