9 Of The Top Black Tech Founders In 2019 With $2 Billion In Combined Aggregate Valuations
I couldn’t miss my guy @KasimReed as he did a fireside chat with @KillerMike tonight. These two dropped so many gems. Felt like I went to business school & church all in one night. #atlanta pic.twitter.com/SmAvtIfFnG— Paul Judge, Ph.D. (@pauljudge) March 29, 2019
Paul Judge, TechSquare Labs
Considered the godfather of the Atlanta tech scene, Paul Judge is the co-founder of TechSquare Labs, an early-stage venture capital fund. Judge also runs Judge Ventures and has invested in more than 60 tech startups. TechSqure Capital is a $13-million fund. Judge is co-founder and executive chairman of Pindrop, an information security company that helps detect fraud and authenticate callers. The technology protects some of the largest banks, insurers, and retailers in the world and has total funding of more than $120 million from venture firms including Andreessen Horowitz, Google Capital, and IVP.