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Bob Fabbio  

Robert Fabbio is considered by many a visionary and successful serial entrepreneur. He has founded and built multiple industry-leading companies by identifying large emerging markets, gaining intimate knowledge of customer problems, challenging convention

Mr. Fabbio is the Co-Founder, President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of WhiteGlove Health. He has founded and led multiple companies, including VIEO/Cesura, Tivoli Systems (sold to IBM) and DAZEL (sold to Hewlett-Packard).

Mr. Fabbio also served as a managing partner of TL Ventures. One of his accomplishments while there was incubating and providing the founding capital to Agere Systems and serving as the Chairman of the Board from 1998 to 2000, until the company was sold to Lucent Technologies in 2000.

He was also a venture partner with Austin Ventures, where he served as “active Chairman” and interim Chief Executive Officer for various portfolio companies. Mr. Fabbio helped incubate Ventix Systems, which was later merged into Motive Communications.

In recognition of his success in building world-class businesses, Mr. Fabbio was awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. He has subsequently served as a chairperson and judge for the Austin E&Y awards and as a national judge. Mr. Fabbio was recognized in the Digital South magazine list of “Most Influential People In the South’s New Economy” and Forbes magazine Midas list of the “Top 100 Technology Venture Investors (technology’s top 100 dealmakers),” to name a few.

 

Mr. Fabbio earned an Associate of Applied Sciences degree in Chemistry from Mohawk Valley Community College, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry/Computer Science from SUNY at Potsdam, and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science and Technology from Rochester Institute of Technology, where he has also served as a Board of Trustees member.

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