Mr. Joseph Abrams is a Co-Founder at Intermix Media. Mr. Abrams serves as Venture Partner at Cidron Ventures. Mr. Joseph Abrams serves as Director at Waggl. He is a Co-founder of Software Toolworks. He is a Board member at Hirematch. He was a seed investor and advisor to ZAGG. Mr. Abrams also is a Special Advisor to the fund and actively mentors student deal teams in technology deals. He has spent most of his career in consumer technology, co-founding a software firm and an online marketing company. British media company Pearson bought the software firm for $460 million in the mid-'90s. In 2005, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. paid $580 million for the marketing company and its prized property, the popular social media site MySpace. Abrams moved into the renewable energy industry in 2001 through an investment in Akeena Solar, a firm that developed a snap-in technology that plugs the solar panels together, reducing installation time and giving the company a strong competitive edge. Mr. Abrams holds an MBA from the Simon School of Business. He serves as Special Advisor and Board Member at Simon School Venture Fund.