CraftFund Team

Founder

David Dupee

Bio:

David is an entrepreneur at heart who happens to have a background in securities and regulatory compliance. He loves to think about how current regulations can be used creatively to support growth in the craft food and drink movement. David played an active role in advising the Wisconsin legislature on the recent Assembly Bill 350, helping to create just the third intrastate crowdfunding exemption in the country and the first accomplished through the legislative process. A graduate of Davidson College and Marquette University Law School, he lives in Milwaukee with his wife and three children. "

Favorite Beer:

"Zombie Dust (Three Floyds), Bedlam (Ale Asylum), Fixed Gear (Lakefront), Drafty Kilt (Monday Night)"

Director of Community Development

Alex Lau

Bio:

Alex is passionate about being a part of organizations that re-shape culture, the way people think, and the way people engage in their communities. He has a background in helping startup companies grow, with a degree in Electrical Engineering from Valparaiso University.

Favorite Beer:

All Day IPA (Founders Brewing)

Advisor

Dave Ribbens

Bio:

"Dave is the Executive Vice President and Head of Distribution at Heartland Advisors, a Milwaukee-based boutique investment firm. Dave has over 28 years of industry experience overseeing sales, marketing, and distribution efforts for many global brokerage and investment management firms. He is a graduate of Lawrence University."

Favorite Beer:

Peruvian Morning (Central Waters)

Advisor

Jeff Heck

Bio:

"Jeff is co-founder and CEO of Monday Night Brewing, an Atlanta-based craft brewery that was recently included in Travel & Leisure's list of ""America's Coolest Breweries."" Jeff has a background in private equity with experience in the restaurant and food industry. He is a graduate of Harvard University."

Favorite Beer:

Bourbon Barrel Drafty Kilt (Monday Night Brewing)

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