Doug is a Venture Partner at AlleyCorp. Prior to joining AlleyCorp, Doug was Co-Founder and former President of Teneo. Teneo has more than 1,500 employees located in 39 offices around the world working exclusively with the CEOs and leaders of the world’s largest and most complex companies, philanthropies, and investment firms.
Doug previously served in the White House Counsel’s office for four years and later in the Oval Office as Deputy Assistant to the President. Doug served as President Clinton’s chief advisor from 2002 until 2011 as the key architect of Clinton’s post-Presidency. He was instrumental in the creation and growth of the Clinton Global Initiative, which benefited 2,100 philanthropic initiatives in 180 countries. Doug has worked with multiple U.S. Presidential Administrations in negotiations to free Americans held around the world; has assisted in the rebuilding of nations and regions after some of the worst natural disasters in the past two decades; and has advised several heads of state, governors and mayors transition out of public office into private life.
Doug served on the Georgetown University Board of Regents, as an adjunct professor at NYU, and on the boards of NYCFC, the University of Florida Foundation and the Boys and Girls Club. He served on the International Board of Coca-Cola for 8 years, the United States bid committee for the World Cup and the organizing committee for the Americas Cup. Doug graduated from the University of Florida in 1995 and has a masters and a law degree from Georgetown University.