Alex Suh is a founding Managing Director with California Technology Ventures, LLC, a Southern California venture capital firm that focuses its investments in the fields of Life Sciences and Information Technology.
A serial entrepreneur, Suh helped develop the first small business incubator in the San Gabriel Valley, managed several small business lending programs, consulted with nonprofits and cities on economic development projects, and taught college courses in entrepreneurship, business, and management.
He has participated on Advisory Boards for EmTek, a San Diego-based community small business lending and equity program; LARTA, a technology think tank; Claremont Graduate University’s Venture Financial Institute; the Life Science Steering committee for State of California Governor’s Policy Office; City of Hope’s International Translational & Regenerative Medicine Center (ITRC); SoCalBio (SCBC); and KGI’s School of Applied Life Sciences.
In the community, Suh has served as Chairman to Villa Esperanza, a school for developmentally disabled; Distinguished President for Kiwanis; Advisory Board member for Women at Work and the Crippled Children’s Society; Special Olympics coach; and other initiatives. Suh was honored in 2009 among the Outstanding 50 Asian-Americans in Business.