“I come from a family of entrepreneurs – my grandfather started a frozen foods business from the back of a truck that grew to employ 100 people in the local community. I worked in my parents’ business throughout my upbringing and know the daily struggles they went through to keep that business afloat. I am honored to be able to work with entrepreneurs to give them the opportunity to grow their businesses, realize their dreams, and support their local community like my family did.”
Evan Joined Osage Venture Partners as an analyst in August 2021. Evan focuses on sourcing investment opportunities, conducting diligence and providing portfolio support. Prior to joining Osage, Evan worked as a Decision Analytics Associate for ZS Associates, a healthcare consulting firm. He also has experience as a market analysis intern for Amicus Therapeutics and an R&D engineering intern at Fort Wayne Metals. During his time in college in Ireland, Evan was the CTO of Free Feet Medical, a MedTech startup focused on developing assistive technology for Parkinson’s patients.
Evan graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a M.S. in Engineering, Science, and Technology Entrepreneurship. He also graduated with a B.E. in Biomedical Engineering from the National University of Ireland, Galway.
MORE ABOUT EVAN
Favorite Book: The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne
Favorite or Biggest Life Event: Winning a county title with my local hurling team in 2015, having been playing together since 2000 without winning anything. I have not felt elation like it before or since!
Go-to Karaoke Song: Accidentally in Love by the Counting Crows
Favorite Place to Visit: The beach in Ventnor City, NJ and my home in Galway, Ireland
Hobby: Hurling (an Irish sport), piano, and being disappointed by the 76ers
Hidden Talent: My Sense of Direction
A Bucket List Item: Attend the FIFA World Cup Final
Most Memorable Childhood Job: A photographer for an architecture boat tour company in Chicago
Favorite Food: An Irish breakfast accompanied by my mum’s homemade brown soda bread