Christopher Mirabile is the co-Managing Director of Launchpad Venture Group, a venture investment group focused on seed and early-stage investments in technology-oriented companies. +LP Logo 4 ColorLaunchpad is the largest angel group in New England and top-three ranked group in the U.S. in both deal volume and dollars invested.

In addition to running Lauchpad, Christopher is the Chairman-elect of the Angel Capital Association (ACA), the leading professional and trade association for angel groups and accredited individual angel investors. Seraf_Logo_RGBAnd he is the co-founder of portfolio management platform Seraf-investor.com, a suite of investment management tools for professional investors in private equity.

Christopher is a full-time angel and an active member of the Boston-area angel investing community with more than sixty rounds of investment in start-up companies. He was named one of XConomy’s “Top Angel Investors in New England.”  Christopher is an adjunct lecturer in the MBA program at Babson’s Olin School of Business, a regular advisor and mentor to start-ups, and a frequent panelist and speaker.

He is a member of the Board of Directors or Board of Advisors of numerous start-up companies as well as several non-profits, including serving on the board of the Angel Capital Association, and he is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Babson. Christopher has served as a public company CFO with IONA Technologies PLC, a corporate and securities lawyer with Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault and as a management consultant with Price Waterhouse’s Strategic Consulting Group.

He is super-psyched to be working out of a home office which is powered by a net-zero residential PV solar system.  For details on that project go here.










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