Legendary Silicon Valley Deal Maker, Josh Green, Joins Carbon As General Counsel


Builder of Two Silicon Valley Law Firms, Managing Partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures and Former Chairman of the NVCA, Josh Green joins Carbon to help the company achieve its vision to accelerate the future of manufacturing

REDWOOD CITY, CA – March 17, 2016 – Carbon (Carbon3D, Inc.) today announced that Josh Green has joined its executive team as the company’s General Counsel. Josh has been in Silicon Valley for 36 years as a lawyer and venture capitalist. He has worked closely with some of the Valley’s greatest entrepreneurs and completed financings, initial public offerings, and mergers that have been among the largest and most successful over the past three decades. Josh was named one of the top 45 lawyers under 45 years old by American Lawyer Magazine and was placed on the Forbes Midas List of dealmakers in 2005.

“Josh has been invaluable to us as an advisor, so we were thrilled when he agreed to join our team,” said Joe DeSimone, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbon. “His experience helping to guide some of the most innovative companies makes him uniquely qualified to help us achieve our goals.”

“Carbon’s vision and the incredible team are what excite me about its entrepreneurial journey,” expressed Josh Green, General Counsel at Carbon. “The groundbreaking CLIP technology has the potential to fundamentally disrupt traditional manufacturing and I am thrilled to be part of the team.”

Josh remains a managing director at Mohr Davidow Ventures and he previously served as Chairman of the National Venture Capital Association. Prior to the NVCA, he helped build Venture Law Group and the Palo Alto office of Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison to over 120 lawyers each. Josh graduated magna cum laude from UCLA in 1977 and the UCLA School of Law in 1980 where he was on the Law Review.

About Carbon

Carbon is working at the intersection of hardware, software and molecular science to deliver on the promise of 3D printing, enabling creators to think beyond the limitations of convention to design the parts and products that will drive the businesses of the future. Carbon’s Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP) was introduced simultaneously at TED 2015 and to the scientific community on the cover of Science Magazine (Science, March 2015). To date Carbon has received $141 Million in funding. For more information please visit Carbon3D.com or follow Carbon on Twitter @Carbon3D


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