Bruce Boehm is an independent venture capitalist and an adviser to several specialty venture capital funds. He teaches Venture Capital Management and helped invent the Venture Capital Investment Competition at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
He was a general partner of U.S. Venture Partners in Menlo Park, Calif., with responsibility for a portfolio of approximately 20 health-care and technology investments. He also worked as an engineer and project manager for a number of Silicon Valley and Route 128 companies. He has served as a director of more than 25 publicly and privately held companies.
He taught in the technology, education, and commercialization program at North Carolina State University from 1996-99. He created and directed the master's of engineering management program at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, from 1992-96.
Mr. Boehm received an MBA and MS from Stanford University, and a BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.