Nate Westheimer, Advisor
Nate Westheimer is a New York-based entrepreneur and early-stage investor. Currently, Nate is working on Picturelife, a company he co-founded with his friends Charles Forman and Jacob DeHart. Nate also serves as Executive Director the NY Tech Meetup and Advisor to Ohours.org (which he founded in 2010). Formerly, Nate was the Co-Founder and EVP of Product & Technology at AnyClip, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Rose Tech Ventures, Founder of BricaBox.com, and the Technology Strategist for National Public Media. Nate blogs at innonate.com.
As an advisor to the firm, Nate works with Flybridge Capital Partners and its general partners to support and broaden the firm’s investment activities in the digital media and consumer related markets in the New York region.
Nate is a graduate of Batavia High School (2001), where he was President of the Junior Statesmen club, a member of the Nation Honor Society, and varsity athlete in soccer, cross country, track, and AQT (academic quiz team).
In 2005, Nate graduated from Brandeis University where he majored in sociology and politics and wrote an honors thesis about leadership development.
At Brandeis, Nate was deeply involved in the community and served as the Club Resources Coordinator for the Student Union's Executive Board. Nate's highlight was being President and Station Manager of BTV, Brandeis' student TV station. Nate led the club to secured funding status in 2002. In 2003 he won the Karpf Peace Award for his documentary on campus racism called "The Prologue"; In 2004 Nate won the Brandeis Achievement Award; and in 2005 he won the Sociology Department's Dewey-Boyte Award for the Scholarship and Practice of Democracy.