SWaN & Legend Venture Partners, LLC, a Leesburg, Virginia-based multi-stage venture capital firm, added Todd Foreman as a managing director.
Foreman joined SWaN from UCG, a portfolio of business information and software companies, at which he has served as partner for more than 20 years and as CEO since 2010.
From 2004-2015, Foreman was a part owner of the Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment, LLC, which owned the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks, the NHL’s Atlanta Thrashers, and the operating rights to Atlanta’s Philips Arena. Foreman served on its board from 2010-2015 and led the sale of the business in June 2015.
He will continue to serve as board chairman of GasBuddy, a technology consumer company and on the board of a number of charitable organizations, including Hope for Henry.
Foreman serves as Chairman of the Goizueta Advisory Board of Emory University’s Business School.
Previously, he served on the boards of BLR, a business information company, the Jewish Federation of Washington and the Manitou Camps Foundation. Foreman has been a member of Young Presidents’ Organization since 2001.
Founded in 2012 by Fredrick D. Schaufeld, co-founder and managing director, SWaN & Legend Venture Partners invests in companies that are building consumer brands in the fields of retail products and services; technology-enabled commerce and education; food and hospitality; sports and entertainment; and health and wellness.