Meet Our Team
Frank SongCEO & Founder
Venture Capital Investor in 3 Software Companies
$406.1 mm in Technology IPOs
$110.0 mm in Technology Mergers & Acquisitions
10+ years of positive ROI investment & technology experience
Ranked #1 Lecturer to the 450,000+ UC Berkeley Alumni
Frank Song is a nationally recognized expert in college planning/admissions and career strategy, with a specialization in engineering, business/finance, and science/healthcare majors.
Additionally, Frank is currently ranked the #1 lecturer at UC Berkeley’s Alumni Association, where he was selected to teach the 450,000+ graduates of UC Berkeley strategy, negotiation, and career advice.
Currently, Frank is Founder and Software Developer at Sales Hat, an enterprise sales team management software, which recently raised capital and is scheduled to launch in 2016.
Prior to founding Zenith, Frank was a Venture Capital Investor at Accel-KKR, one of the only private equity firms, with $4 billion under management, dedicated exclusively to investing in software companies, where he focused on the healthcare technology space.
Frank is currently an investor in 3 enterprise software companies:
Prior to joining Accel-KKR, Frank was a Technology Investment Banker at a top 50 investment bank, Stifel Nicolaus Weisel, where he advised and executed on $516.1 mm worth of mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, and leverage buyout transactions for publically traded technology companies.
Additionally, Frank worked at Kayne Anderson, a $30 billion alternative asset manager (co-founded by John Anderson for whom the UCLA Anderson School of Management is named after) where he focused on structuring private equity investments with founders and CEOs of growing private companies.
Frank has held the following licenses:
|License Name||Age Received|
|Real Estate Salesperson License||18|
|Life and disability insurance||19|
|Real Estate Brokers||22|
Frank graduated from the University of California, Davis with a B.A. in Economics. While attending UC Davis, Frank fully funded his education by specializing in sourcing and executing distressed real estate investments.