Glen Schwaber co-founded ICV in 2006. His interests lie in traditional information technology sectors, such as software, Internet, semiconductors, wireless, and hardware/capital equipment. In addition to Diablo, Glen represents ICV on the boards of Scodix, Vayyar, Freightos and AcousticEye. Prior to ICV, Glen spent nine years at Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) where he was partner in the Jerusalem and New York offices, focusing primarily on communications and semiconductor companies. While at JVP, Glen served on the boards of PowerDsine (IPO, then acquired by Microsemi), Cyoptics (sold to Avago), Sheer Networks (sold to Cisco), XmPie (sold to Xerox) and Altair, among others. Glen led the establishment of JVP Studio, an incubator for seed stage companies focusing on software and media. Glen began his career at Jerusalem Global Ltd., an Israeli merchant bank that was a leading source of private equity funding for Israeli tech companies during the 1990s. He holds a Masters in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a B.A. from Harvard College.