Nat Goldhaber is a co-founder of Claremont Creek Ventures. Nat brings more than 30 years of information technology experience across Internet, networking, energy, healthcare, and transportation sectors as a successful investor and entrepreneur. Nat has a strong record investing in technology startups across broad-impact industries. Nat has represented CCV on the boards of Clean Power Finance, Building Robotics, EcoFactor, RidePal, and DNAnexus. He also served as Director at Adura Technologies (acquired by Acuity Brands). Prior to co-founding Claremont Creek Ventures, Nat was founder and CEO of Cybergold and founding CEO of the multimedia joint venture between IBM and Apple, Kaleida Labs. Nat was also the founder and CEO of Centram Systems West, developer of the first IBM/Macintosh local area network (TOPS), and acquired by Sun Microsystems where Nat served as Vice President. Nat was the President of the venture fund Cole Gilburne Goldhaber and Ariyoshi. His prior investments include Ask Jeeves, Shiva and Macromedia and InterTrust. Previously, Nat served as Special Assistant to Pennsylvania’s Lt. Governor, William Scranton, III and ran Pennsylvania's Energy Agency as its Interim Director. Nat holds Masters and PhD (hc) degrees in Education and is an emeritus member of the Executive Board of the College of Letters and Science at UC Berkeley. He is an Advisory Board member of the Lester Center for Entrepreneurship and advisor to the Center For Entrepreneurship and Technology (CET) at UC Berkeley. He serves as a member of the US Secret Service Electronics Crime Taskforce and is an Emeritus Board Member and Advisor to the Federation of American Scientists. Nat Goldhaber has been an entrepreneur his whole life. He brings to the presidential ticket 20 years' experience in Silicon Valley. Most recently, he retired as President and CEO of Cybergold, Inc., a highly successful Internet company that he sold to a publicly traded company, Mypoints in order to join the Hagelin ticket. Previously, Mr. Goldhaber served as the founding CEO of the multinational joint venture between IBM and Apple, Kaleida Labs. He was also the founder of the company which developed TOPS, the first IBM/Macintosh local area network later sold to Sun Microsystems. Prior to starting his career in high tech, Mr. Goldhaber served as Special Assistant to Pennsylvania's Lieutenant Governor, William W. Scranton III. He ran the State Energy Agency as its Interim Director. Mr. Goldhaber, 52, holds a master's degree in Education and is currently a member of the Executive Board of University of California at Berkeley. He lives in Oakland, Calif., with his wife of 26 years, Marilyn, and their three boys. Mr. Goldhaber is running as the vice presidential candidate because he believes that "entrepreneurism should not be limited to business–it is also necessary in politics. Ross Perot taught us that." A man who sees a vision, holds on to it until he makes it a reality, and doesn't take no for an answer, Goldhaber intends to pick up the mantel of reform and carry it straight to the White House.