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Rob AdamsRob Adams, Director of Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs, is an active investor, author, consultant and on the faculty of the Management Department at the University of Texas at Austin’s McCombs School of Business, where he teaches in the MBA and MSTC programs and is the Director of Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs. For more information, please read Rob Adam's bio.
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 Ann Whitt

Ann Whitt
Program Manager, Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs

Venture Partners

Jaime Sutton
Venture Partner from 2013-2014
As a graduate of the full-time McCombs MBA Program in 2013, Jaime Sutton has now joined TVL as the Accenture Venture Partner in charge of classroom operations, on-campus relations and the TVL Scholarship Competition. In her down time, she also is the founder of G-Free in the City, a consulting service for restaurants looking to create and expand their gluten-free presence. Jaime has a background in entrepreneurship and marketing with work experience in the CPG, higher education and gluten-free industries.

Logan Robinson
Venture Partner from 2014-2015
Logan is in charge of TVL I classroom operations, marketing, student recruiting, and the Texas Venture Labs Investment Competition. Logan is a 2014 graduate of the University of Texas School of Law. Logan has a background is web design and e-commerce. 


Matt Sorenson
Venture Partner from 2014-2015

At TVL Matt handles company recruiting and communications, on-campus relations and Venture Expo. Prior to TVL, Matt completed his PhD in Microbiology at UT and his BS from North Central College. His graduate research was centered around developing innovative technology for yeast geneticists and molecular biologists to make the process of basic cancer research more efficient.


Doug Yeager
Venture Partner from 2014-2015

Doug is the lead Venture Partner responsible for the 2015 Texas and Global Venture Labs Investment Competitions as well as data analytics and reporting at Texas Venture Labs. Prior to joining TVL, Doug completed a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at UT Austin focusing on the development of a medical imaging device for improved detection of heart disease, research which he is actively working to commercialize. Doug also has prior experience in product development at seed level startups.