Koleman joined Chrysalis in 1997 and is currently a Managing Partner. His focus is on investment opportunities in healthcare. At Chrysalis, Koleman has worked with HealthMedia (sold to Johnson & Johnson), MedServe (sold to Stericycle, Inc.), Aperture Credentialing (sold to a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group), Manorhouse Assisted Living (sold to LifeTrust Assisted Living), Primis (sold to LandAmerica Financial Group) and TechRepublic (sold to Gartner Group, Inc.). He currently serves on the Boards of Cervilenz, ITC Pharmacy, Foundation Radiology Group, HealthTeacher and Workwell Prevention and Care (formerly NextImage Medical). He also spearheads Chrysalis’ fundraising efforts.
Prior to Chrysalis, Koleman worked for Providian Corporation’s Capital Management business unit where he focused on strategic planning and business development.
A native of Pittsburgh, Koleman earned a BSE from Princeton University where he concentrated on operations research and financial engineering. He is an advisory board member of the Kentucky Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, a summer program designed to promote entrepreneurship and innovation in the next generation of Kentucky’s leaders.
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