Greg Williams is a Managing Director at Accel-KKR focused on the firm’s growth capital investments.
Prior to joining Accel-KKR, Greg was a Managing Director at CapitalSource, a leader in middle-market commercial finance, where he ran the Technology & Communications Group. Previously, he worked in venture capital with the Sturm Group where he co-managed a $500 million fund focused on technology and communications, and from 1995 to 2000 with JP Morgan in New York in Mergers & Acquisitions and Technology Investment Banking. Prior to graduate school, he worked with Bond Corporation in Perth, Western Australia and with Fleet Financial Group as analyst in Media & Communications.
Greg’s current board seats include: ATP, Cendyn, Kimble, Mavenlink, Safeguard Global and Vistex.
Greg’s former selected directorships include: Acumatica (acquired by EQT in 2019), Cielo (acquired by Permira in 2019), Clavis Insight (acquired by Ascential PLC, LON: ASCL, in 2017), Episerver (acquired by Insight Venture Partners in 2018), ESO Solutions (acquired by Vista Equity Partners in 2021), N-able Technologies (acquired by SolarWinds, NYSE: SWI, in 2013), One.com (acquired by Cinven in 2019), PageUp People (acquired by Battery Ventures in 2017), Pegasus (acquired by Avetta in 2021), PrismHR (acquisition by Stone Point Capital in 2019), RiseSmart (acquired by Randstad, AMS: RAND, in 2015) and Zinc Ahead (acquired by Veeva, NYSE: VEEV, in 2015).
Greg received his M.B.A. from the Darden School at University of Virginia and his A.B. in History from Harvard College.