Joey is the Managing Partner of 19days and is the brainchild behind the 19days investment model. He manages the fund operations and helps founders build their operational processes and systems very quickly. Joey has previously advised and invested in a wide variety of B2B SaaS companies through his roles in private equity and as a venture capital advisor.
Joey earned a computer science degree from Tulane, served in the US Navy in Guantanamo Bay, Baghdad, and Washington, DC, and attended graduate school at MIT and Harvard where he earned a masters in both business administration and public policy, respectively.
Jacob is a serial builder who leads product strategy at 19days. He focuses on uncovering and developing clear product vision, defining go-to-market strategies, and launching new ventures with speed and focus.
Jacob studied business at the University of Tulsa where he helped co-found a center for creativity and innovation. As a founder of Gitwit, he has led the product strategy for 15+ SaaS products, has invested in and co-founded multiple technology ventures, and has helped raise over $40MM in seed and growth capital.
Dan leads the research and innovation process at 19days ensuring every venture we launch is dialed into a real user need. He not only centers the team on a problem worth solving, his passion for innovation as a process ensures we are exploring our solution from every angle possible.
Dan studied business at Washington University before launching a career in brand strategy that included stints at Proctor and Gamble and Nestle. He attended the University of Arkansas where he earned a PhD in Consumer Behavior. Before co-founding Gitwit and multiple technology ventures, Dan helped launch Entrepreneurship and Innovation programs at the University of Tulsa and the University of Central Arkansas.