Adam Blumenthal is Founder and Managing Partner of Blue Wolf Capital Partners LLC and a member of its Investment Committee. The Blue Wolf Capital Funds are a family of private equity funds which focus on transformational investments in middle market companies. Mr. Blumenthal has served on the board of directors of numerous middle market companies over the course of three decades, many of which he helped create through strategies similar to those employed by Blue Wolf. He currently serves on the board of directors of several of Blue Wolf’s portfolio companies. Mr. Blumenthal is also a Trustee of, and Chair of the Investment Committee of the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, a $60 billion fund that pays retiree health benefits for over 700,000 UAW employees of Ford, Chrysler and General Motors. The Trust, a pioneer in the implementation of population health management and other techniques to improve the health of its current beneficiaries, is the largest private sector purchaser of retiree medical benefits in the United States, with annual healthcare expenditures of nearly $4 billion. Mr. Blumenthal served as First Deputy Comptroller and Chief Financial Officer for New York City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. from 2002 – 2005. In this capacity, he oversaw the capital markets activities of the Comptroller’s office, including overseeing the City’s debt issuance, managed the assets of the New York City Retirement Systems, and issued budget, financial, and economic analyses. From 1989 to 2002, Mr. Blumenthal built and managed American Capital Ltd., a publicly-traded buyout and mezzanine fund (NASDAQ: ACAS). When Mr. Blumenthal joined ACAS in 1989, it had one other employee and had not yet raised institutional capital. In the subsequent years, he played a central role in building it into a publicly-traded buyout and mezzanine fund with a portfolio of over $1 billion invested in sixty-three middle market companies by the time he left in 2002.