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Founder & CEO

Josh Snowhorn

Josh values approachability, accessibility, collaboration, innovation and growth. These qualities guided Josh’s leadership in the interconnection industry over the last 20 years and building over $10B of value along the way. He has pretty much seen and done it all through key founding and executive positions at Terremark, Verizon (NYSE: VZ), Cincinnati Bell, and CyrusOne (Nasdaq: CONE). Josh founded the Global Peering Forum, the annual meeting for the Internet interconnection and peering community where he serves on the board of directors. Josh serves on the advisory board of Telescent, the finest automated interconnection machine on the planet. He is an avid speaker at conferences globally including networking, data centers, real estate, edge networking, and quantum computing. He has been a surfer for 39 years and a snowboarder for 25 years, traveling the globe in pursuit of experiences. Josh loves cars and racing. He founded TrackRats, LLC, the premier car club for track enthusiasts.
Investor and Board Member

Gary Wojtaszek

Gary Wojtaszek is a global business leader recognized for his strategic and motivational skills driving the success of multinational companies. As the former CEO and board member of CyrusOne, he played a pivotal role in the company’s initial public offering (IPO) in 2013 and grew the company from $1.1 billion to $11 billion in enterprise value, in just six years.

CyrusOne's global expansion under Gary’s direction saw it becoming a leader in revenue growth and operational scale, with facilities across Europe, Latin America, and Asia. This included a significant increase in share price from $19 at the IPO to $78, alongside a 250% dividend rise. His strategic vision transformed CyrusOne into a low-risk, high-value stock with 45 data centers and 10 million square feet of real estate.

Gary's expertise extends beyond CyrusOne, having been instrumental in additional IPOs and restructurings at companies like Agere Systems, Delphi Systems, and Laureate Education. His industry leadership includes board positions at GDS, China’s leading data center company, and Poema Global, a Hong Kong-based technology investment fund.

Gary’s accolades include EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year and recognitions from Fortune and the Stevie Awards, making him a prominent figure in both the technology and financial sectors.

Investor and Board Member

Tom Natelli

Tom Natelli is the CEO and principal owner of Natelli Communities, a leading real estate investment and development firm based in Gaithersburg, Maryland. The company specializes in the acquisition, development, and construction of master-planned communities that include residential, retail, and employment spaces primarily across Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. Under his leadership, Natelli Communities has received numerous accolades, such as the ULI Award for Excellence for Large Scale Communities and the NAHB’s Best In American Living Award.

In his extensive real estate career, Natelli has also been significantly involved with lodging REITs. He previously served as Chairman of the Board of Chesapeake Lodging Trust from its IPO in 2010 until its merger with Park Hotels and Resorts in 2019. He continues to serve on the board of Park Hotels and Resorts, a publicly traded lodging REIT. His expertise extends beyond the residential and lodging sectors, having a strong presence in community and commercial real estate development.

Natelli's leadership also extends to the nonprofit sector, where he has served as Chairman of the Board of the School of Engineering at Duke University, a trustee emeritus at the same, and a participant in numerous other civic and cultural boards.

Investor and Board Member

Tom Daly

Tom Daly is a global internet infrastructure professional with 20+ years of experience in network architecture, operations, and business management. Tom understands how the Internet works at scale, from the fiber in the ground to complex global distributed systems and the protocols in between. Tom has gained recognition from the technical community as an expert in these areas, having a key role in the architecture, design, and deployment of global networks spanning over 20 countries and 6 continents.

Most recently, Tom served as SVP of Infrastructure at Fastly, the only content delivery network that gives businesses control over how they serve content with unprecedented access to real-time performance analytics. Tom was responsible for capacity planning and deployment of the Fastly CDN, overseeing data center operations, network engineering, and global logistics.

Prior to Fastly, Tom was co-founder of Dynamic Network Services (“Dyn”, a company offering Internet Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), including Managed DNS and Email Delivery services. As co-founder, Tom wore many hats, including engineer, architect, chief technology officer, chief scientist, company evangelist, executive, and board member.

Tom is also a recognized speaker, sharing his expertise at industry conferences like NANOG, Velocity, and Surge, focusing on core internet infrastructure topics.

Investor and Board Member

Mike Benham

Mike Benham started his career as an energy trader with Vitol SA, now the largest energy trading firm in the world.

During a nearly 20-year career at the privately held firm, Michael rose to partner level and helped develop the company from a small barge trading firm in Rotterdam to the multi-billion dollar firm that it is today. In his primary role was as head of the North Sea Crude Oil trading team, Michael was directly responsible for the company’s daily exposure to the dated brent benchmark which prices 60% of the world's crude oil. The company was at the forefront of the then-nascent transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.

Since leaving Vitol, Michael has concentrated on managing the family office, investing in startups and blue chips, as well as assisting smaller energy companies go to the public markets, before their eventual buyout.

When he has time to get away from his desk, Michael enjoys skiing, mountain biking and hiking in the mountains. He also competes in motorsports at an amateur level with notable success at Le Mans, and other well-known European circuits.

Investor and Board Member

Ty Newell

Ty Newell is a Managing Director for TPG Real Estate Partners (TREP), the real estate arm of TPG Capital, and is based in San Francisco. Mr. Newell previously served on the Board of Directors of Evergreen Industrial Properties, a ~$1Bn light industrial platform, and currently serves as a member of the Advisory Circle of Community Housing Partnership, a provider of supportive housing to those experiencing homelessness in San Francisco

Prior to joining TREP in 2012, Mr. Newell worked in both the Investment Banking and Private Equity Investing arms of Morgan Stanley Real Estate and as a Finance Analyst for Developers Diversified Realty, a publicly traded REIT. Mr. Newell received his BA degree in Economics with a certificate in Markets and Management studies from Duke University, where he graduated cum laude.