EVENT FULL - Chestnut Street Ventures SF Event on March 21st, 2017

PLEASE REGISTER AS AN INDIVIDUAL. If you have a plus-one, please ask that person to register separately.

We are pleased to feature Managing Partner Gail Ball (U Penn '79) and guest speakers from our Chestnut Ventures Portfolio companies.

There will also be an open bar plus ample time for refreshments and socializing with other University of Pennsylvania alumni.

TIME: March 21st (Tuesday), 6-8 PM

LOCATION: The Private Dining Room at Lumina Towers
338 Main St, 2nd Floor
San Francisco CA 94105.

PARKING: Limited paid parking available at Lumina (entrance on Beale St). The next closest garage is Hills Plaza.

ITINERARY: 
6:00-6:30 — Socializing, refreshments
6:30-6:45 — Gail Ball, Managing Partner Chestnut Street Ventures
6:45-7:15 — Chestnut Street Ventures Portfolio Companies
7:15-8:00 — Socializing, refreshments

Gail Ball

Gail is a fintech executive who has had a long career leading tech teams at global financial services firms. Building and overseeing a broad swath of entrepreneurial groups, she has held decision-making posts at nearly every seat around the financial services table—banking executive, regulator, service provider, and board member—in both for-profit and social-impact markets. Among her many areas of expertise: financial services, portfolio development, financial analysis, and information tech.

Gail most recently served as a C-suite member of The Bancorp Bank, the innovative banking solution provider for the most recognizable names in digital banking. She also filled other executive roles at PNC Bank, Chase and Capital One, and NCO Financial Systems. In addition, Gail headed the Payments Studies Group at the Richmond Fed and served as Board Member and Risk Committee Chair at Kompanion, one of Central Asia’s largest microfinance institutions. Gail has recently been appointed to the Board of Directors of The Reserve Trust Company. She started out at Mellon Bank in corporate development, identifying and leading M&A transactions. 

Gail has a BS Economics, Finance and Statistics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (‘79). She is a member of multiple entrepreneurial, venture, and financial interest groups, including Venture Capital Group, On Startups, Innovation in Payments, and Global Financial Markets.