Dan Patterson founded, acquired, built, and sold many companies during his career, investing in both LBO and growth equity transactions. Highlights include the creation of Medical Weight Management, which achieved ranking on Inc. Magazine’s list of fastest growing companies in 1988, and the acquisition, growth and subsequent sale of Texas Home Healthcare, at the time the largest home healthcare provider in the Southwest. He founded Transition Capital Partners (TCP) in 1993 which has been active in over 40 transactions since the firm’s inception. Dan also invests in other areas such as early stage growth equity and real estate and makes charitable gifts though Patterson Thoma Foundation. Dan earned a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree from Kenyon College and a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School. He serves on the Board of Directors for many TCP portfolio and unaffiliated independent companies as well as non-profit foundations.