|Type of investor||Accelerator|
|Typical investment size||More than $2.5M|
|Typical investments in a year||20|
|Investments partners||Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Atlas Venture, Google Ventures, Granite Ventures, Triangle Peak Ventures, Heron Capital, Prolog Ventures, GBS Venture Partners, Vivo Ventures, Northern Light Capital Partners, Baird Venture Partners, VantagePointe Capital|
|Categories of interest|
|Credentials||Accredited Investor, Qualified Purchaser|
Trevor began his venture capital career in 1997. Prior to co-founding Correlation Ventures, Trevor was a Managing Director of Newbury Ventures, a technology-focused venture capital fund headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area. There, he led investments in the technology sector, including in such companies as MetaLINCS (acquired by Seagate) and Onaro (acquired by NetApp). Previously, Trevor was Vice President at GE Equity, the $2 billion venture capital arm of GE Capital, most recently as co-head of the Software Group. He had responsibility for a team of investment professionals managing 26 portfolio companies. He led GE Equity’s investments in Okena (acquired by Cisco) and RSA Security (RSAS) (successful PIPE investment, acquired by EMC) and he co-led its investment in Netscreen (NSCN, acquired by Juniper). Trevor also was co-founder and CFO of Loans USA (acquired by Mariner Finance). Prior to that, he worked as a management consultant to the financial services industry at Deloitte & Touche LLC as well as Furash & Company, and as an investment banker at Bankers Trust Company. The son of a U.S. diplomat, Trevor has lived in seven foreign countries. He received an M.B.A. from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration and a B.A. with distinction from the University of Virginia.