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Prior to founding Ashlar, Scott was a senior investment professional at Altaris Capital Partners and MTS Health Investors, both healthcare-focused and middle market private equity firms. Scott sits or has sat on the board of multiple private companies in the healthcare sector and is active in several non-profits related to education and youth engagement. 


Scott earned an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and an AB from Princeton University.


Prior to founding Ashlar, Ian was a Principal at SK Capital Partners, a sector-focused private investment firm with more than $9.0 billion under management.  Prior to SK, Ian was an investment professional at Arsenal Capital Partners and Health Evolution Partners, where he completed investments in a broad range of healthcare subsectors including HCIT, pharma services, provider services, payor services, manufacturing, and distribution. Ian began his career as an investment banker in the healthcare and M&A group at Bank of America.


Ian earned an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BS, with distinction, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Prior to joining Ashlar, Nick served as the Director of Business Development and Financial Planning for a private-equity backed Dental Service Organization.  Nick previously served as a Vice President at the largest eye care Management Services Organization in the Pacific Northwest.  Nick began his career as an investment professional at a $2.0 billion family office where he focused on direct investments across healthcare.

Nick holds an MBA from Campbell University and a BS from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.


Prior to joining Ashlar, Vance was a Portfolio Analyst in Banc of California’s Venture Banking division within their technology group.  Previously Vance served as an Analyst at Syneos Health, a $7 billion fully integrated biopharmaceutical contract research and solutions organization.


Vance holds a BS in Finance from Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business.

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