Patrick Keane

Patrick Keane

Operating Partner

Milestones: Milestones:


Awarded Google Founders' Award as programmer and founder of Zeitgeist, Google's annual partner forum.

Featured in Ad Age's "40 Under 40" section in 2007.

Board Member of Bleacher Report (Sold to Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting in 2012)

Once yelled at by 60 Minutes founding producer Don Hewitt.

Specializing In: Specializing In:


Consumer

Software

Team
Patrick Keane

Background

Patrick is an Operating Partner of Stripes focusing on digital media, marketing and consumer Internet brands. He represented Stripes as a Board Director of portfolio company, Gimlet Media.

Patrick has been an investor, advisor and executive at several media and technology companies. Currently, Pat serves as CEO of The Action Network, a sports betting data and information company. Previously, he was CEO of Associated Content, Inc. (sold to Yahoo! in 2010). Prior to Associated Content, Patrick was EVP and Chief Marketing Officer at CBS Interactive. In addition, he spent more than four years at Google, Inc. where he served as Director of Advertising Sales Strategy for the $3 billion North American sales organization. Lastly, Patrick was on the Board of Bleacher Report and worked with the company on M&A, marketing, advertising strategy and operations (the company was sold to Turner Broadcasting in 2012).

Companies


"The Stripes network of entrepreneurs, investors and executive operators is extraordinary. The team's breadth of expertise across industries is a unique and critical asset for all portfolio companies."

Interests

Patrick lives in New York City with his wife and three children. He is an avid golfer and kid wrangler. He has an insatiable appetite for all media and collects an absurd amount of technology gadget relics.

Education

B.A. in History, Trinity College