SixThirty is led by a team of seasoned serial entrepreneurs, angel investors, and startup champions.
Atul has 25 years of experience in Financial Services. Most recently, he was Head of Advice for Wells Fargo Advisors, where he oversaw investments and advice quality. In previous roles, he was President of Wells’ clearing business, First Clearing, and Partner with Booz & Co.
Hal has nearly 30 years of experience in the software industry as a CEO and angel investor. He founded and sold two successful software businesses, Gentry Systems and GridLogix.
In 2009, Jim co-founded Square, one of the fastest growing payments technology companies in the U.S. Jim’s first venture was co-founding Mira Digital Publishing in 1990, which is a leader in electronic publishing for scientific conferences. Jim is an advisor to several startups including Kabbage and LockerDome.
Barry has over 20 years of real estate and real estate finance experience. He is a co-founder and COO of Lenders One, the 4th largest U.S. retail mortgage platform.
Tim has over 25 years of real estate and real estate finance experience. He served as the Co-Founder/President of Lenders One, the 4th largest U.S. retail mortgage platform.
Brian Matthews is a General Partner at Cultivation Capital and a founder of River City Internet Group. Brian is a serial entrepreneur, having co-founded and assisted in the sale of numerous technology companies.
Jay De Long
Jay is founding partner of Active Capital and serves the STL startup community as a mentor, cheerleader and investor. Jay came to STL to direct the Regional Chamber’s New Ventures & Capital Formation efforts for eight years facilitating equity and venture capital, and to foster emerging technology companies to the St. Louis region.
Len has 25+ years experience in various business development, sales, marketing and relationship management roles. In addition to directing the Regional Chamber’s economic development efforts in the FinServ sector, he also directs activities for the St. Louis Financial Forum.
Bryan most recently retired as the Chief Technology Officer at Equifax after 29 years with the company in a variety of roles. Much of his career was spent with TALX Corporation until it was acquired by Equifax in 2006. Bryan is the CTO of FinLocker, Entrepreneur in Residence for ITEN, and is a member of the Information Systems Program Advisory Board at University of Missouri St. Louis.
Doug is the President, North America at PromisePay where he heads up Business Development and Marketing for the North American operation. Doug previously was Chief Revenue Officer for PYMNTS.com, and prior to that held numerous product and partnership development roles at Discover Financial Services.
Joel has over 8 years of financial services experience. Prior to joining the SixThirty team, Joel worked for Aon Hewitt Investment Consulting where he advised institutional investors on a wide range of topics.
Chisom is a Venture for America alumnus and former Due Diligence Analyst for Cultivation Capital. Prior to joining the SixThirty team, Chisom was the Digital Marketing manager for TopOPPS, a fast-growing St. Louis-based startup.