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Paul Lopez

Paul Lopez

Co-Founder and Partner at 11-11 Ventures

Bio

Board Member and Past President, TiE Atlanta — executive leadership of top five chapter of a non-profit that fosters entrepreneurship globally through networking, education, mentoring, and investing

Co-Chair of the TiE University global initiative

Co-Founder & Former Principal, Element Funding — strategic planning, finance and accounting, human capital, IT

Executive VP, HomeBanc Mortgage Corporation — sales, business development, and HR

VP, Moore USA (now part of R.R. Donnelly) — general manager

President, LPI Enterprises

Multiple sales and sales support roles at Xerox Corporation

Field and HQ roles at IBM Corporation

Faculty member at business schools of California State Univ & Louisiana Tech Univ

Specialties: General management, business development, new business startup, HR, finance and revenue/expense management, non-profit boards

Experience

  • Co-Founder & Partner – 11-11 Ventures
  • TiE Atlanta – Board Chair & Past President
  • Global Co-Chair – TiE University
  • Co-Founder – The Red Curtain International
  • Co-Founder & Principal – Element Funding
  • Lecturer – Kennesaw State University
  • Executive VP – HomeBanc Mortgage Corp.
  • Vice President – Moore Wallace (now RRDonnelley)
  • National Manager – Technical Support – Xerox
  • Multiple – IBM

Education

  • Louisiana Tech University – Doctor of Business Administration, Management
  • Queen’s University Belfast – MBA, Business Administration
  • University of Calcutta – Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.), Business Administration and Management, General

Functional Area

Leadership

Management

Business Development

Start-ups

Time Management

Sales Operations

Strategy

Team Leadership

Team Building

Strategic Planning

New Business Development

Program Management

Human Resources

Finance

Customer Service

Coaching

Executive Management

Domain

Lending, VC

Company Name & Logo

11-11 Ventures