Mr. Lou Mazzucchelli serves as Chief Technology Officer at SportsEdTV. He served as Executive Partner at Bulger Capital Partners. He served as Board Member at InRule Technology.
After receiving the first undergraduate degree in Artificial Intelligence granted in the US in 1977, he built microprocessor-based datacom systems and software for International Data Sciences. Later, as CIO, he brought it from manual operations to integrated, on-line data processing. On the side, he helped design the first practical tactical navigation system for 12-meter racing yachts. In 1982 he created Cadre Technologies, one of the first computer-aided software engineering tools companies. He was a principal architect of Cadre's teamwork software development environment. He and his team built Cadre into the global leader in embedded systems software development tools, with over 20,000 users worldwide. During this period He was named one of the top 200 people in the software industry by Software magazine. He went to Wall Street in 1996, helping build a technology equity research group at Gerard Klauer Mattison & Co. His performance was recognized by The Wall Street Journal in 1999 when he was ranked the leading PC analyst and named one of 10 "Heavy Hitters" out of 2,400 analysts reviewed. From 2001 until 2009, He was a venture partner at Ridgewood Capital, where he oversaw investments in semiconductor and software companies. His work at Ridgewood took advantage of his broad and deep knowledge and experience in technology, business strategy and finance. In 2010, He was appointed a Visiting Scholar at Brown University's School of Engineering, where he co-taught with Professor Emeritus Barrett Hazeltine in his two seminal business courses. He led the Entrepreneurship Program at Bryant University from 2015 to 2019. He is a former public and private company director and is currently a a Fellow of The Cutter Consortium, an ADL Company.