Mr. Krishna Srinivasan is a Co-Founder and serves as Partner at a LiveOak Venture Partners. He is a Board Member of TalentGuard Holdings, Entrepreneurs Foundation of Central Taxes and Rollick. Prior to co-founding LiveOak, he joined Austin Ventures in 2000 and served as a Partner there since 2006. At Austin Ventures, he worked with companies focused on Enterprise Solutions (Augmentix, Entorian - NASDAQ: ENTN, Caringo), Communications Infrastructure (Spatial Wireless - NASDAQ: ALU, Mavenir Systems), Semiconductors (Black Sand Technologies, Pyxis) and Clean-tech (Astrowatt, Coldwatt - Nasdaq: FLEX). Prior to joining Austin Ventures, he was with Motorola where he worked with a variety of business units on strategic and operational issues. He started his professional career at SEMATECH. He previously was a Board Member of TiE Austin and StepOne and currently is the Chairman of the Miracle Foundation board, an Austin-based organization that supports orphanages in India. He is a Co-Founder of LiveOak Venture Partners and has been investing in early-stage Texas-based companies and entrepreneurs since 2000. His current and past board involvements at LiveOak include CS Disco (e-discovery platform), Hive9 (Marketing planning and performance measurement software), OJO Labs (AI based customer service agent), Razberi Technologies (video surveillance appliance), RxWiki (Pharmacy patient engagement platform), StackEngine (Docker / container management) - acquired by Oracle. Prior to co-founding LiveOak, he served as a Partner at Austin Ventures. At Austin Ventures, he worked with companies such as Augmentix, Entorian (NASDAQ: ENTN), Caringo, Coldwatt (Nasdaq: FLEX), Spatial Wireless (NASDAQ: ALU), Mavenir Systems (NYSE: MVNR) and BlackSand Technologies (NASDAQ: QCOM). He received his MBA from Wharton where he graduated with highest academic honors as a Palmer Scholar. He also has an MS in Operations Research from the University of Texas at Austin, and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, where he graduated with the highest all-round honors.