Mr. Paul Martino is a Co-Founder of Bullpen Capital and also serves as its General Partner. He is also an angel investor. He serves as Board Observer at Ocrolus. He also serves as a Board Member at Namely. Prior to Bullpen, Paul was the Chief Executive Officer of Aggregate Knowledge. In 1997, Paul founded Ahpah Software, a computer security firm. Paul's tools for reverse engineering and obfuscation were first used by the premier security lab, the Princeton Secure Internet Programming Lab (SIP). In 1999, Ahpah Software was acquired by InterTrust Technologies. In 2003, Paul formed Tribe Network, one of the first social networks, with Mark Pincus, Chris Law and Valerie Syme. At Tribe, Paul invented several core patents related to social networking. Tribe's assets were acquired by Cisco and are the cornerstone of Cisco's Entertainment Operating System (EOS). In 2005, Paul and Chris Law founded Aggregate Knowledge. Paul has personally invested in the first rounds of Zynga, PayNearMe and TubeMogul. He holds a BS in Mathematics from Lehigh University and a Masters in Computer Science from Princeton University. He serves as Board Member at Fitplan.