Jerry Engel is a General Partner with Monitor Ventures and brings over 20 years experience and success in high technology entrepreneurship and venture capital. In addition Jerry continues to serve as Executive Director of the Haas School's Entrepreneurship Program, a program he founded in 1991.
Jerry was founder of the Entrepreneurial Services Group at Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young). Clients included Autodesk, Fair Issac Companies and Broderbund. He was also a founding General Partner in Kline Hawkes & Co., a Southern California based venture fund. As General Partner with Kline Hawkes he led investments in a number of successful start-ups including Above Net (IPO) and Transoft Technology Corporation (sold to HP).
Jerry has served on the Board of Directors of a number of emerging companies including Maxis Corporation (acquired by EA), MicroNet Technology (acquired by Ampex) and Transoft (acquired by HP). He is a CPA and received his Bachelors degree from Penn State and his Masters from the Wharton School.