Relationship Manager

Carson Foley

Carson Foley is a Relationship Manager at Trinity Capital. His responsibilities include sourcing new investment opportunities, developing referral relationships, and performing due diligence on potential debt financing opportunities. He works closely with founders, executives, venture capitalists, and technology banks in this process.

Prior to working at Trinity, Carson attended Grand Canyon University where he led the college’s premier entrepreneurship club, served in executive roles of several boards and clubs, and was an active member of the Honors College. Carson also interned at several companies including spending a summer at LinkedIn.

Carson holds a BS in Entrepreneurial Studies with a double major in Marketing/Advertising from Grand Canyon University.

Outside of Trinity, Carson enjoys spending time with his fiancée Kate, Disc golfing, listening to podcasts, and hopping coffee shop to coffee shop.

Brown’s 30 years of experience in venture equity and venture debt is apparent in his ability to adeptly manage sales and strategic business operations working with early-stage companies.

He served as general partner at Point Financial Capital Partners, a venture leasing fund and held a prior role as the president and CFO of InvestLinc Financial Services, an early-stage private equity fund and consulting firm. He has also worked as a partner at Cornerstone Equity Partners, a private equity fund.

Background
Brown has a B.S. in business administration and marketing from McNeese State University and is a current Small Business Investor Alliance – Western Regional Committee member.

Growing up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana left a lasting impression on Brown. He is an avid LSU fan and loves a good bowl of spicy gumbo on a cold day.

Brown’s 30 years of experience in venture equity and venture debt is apparent in his ability to adeptly manage sales and strategic business operations working with early-stage companies.

He served as general partner at Point Financial Capital Partners, a venture leasing fund and held a prior role as the president and CFO of InvestLinc Financial Services, an early-stage private equity fund and consulting firm. He has also worked as a partner at Cornerstone Equity Partners, a private equity fund.

Background
Brown has a B.S. in business administration and marketing from McNeese State University and is a current Small Business Investor Alliance – Western Regional Committee member.

Growing up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana left a lasting impression on Brown. He is an avid LSU fan and loves a good bowl of spicy gumbo on a cold day.

Carson Foley is a Relationship Manager at Trinity Capital. His responsibilities include sourcing new investment opportunities, developing referral relationships, and performing due diligence on potential debt financing opportunities. He works closely with founders, executives, venture capitalists, and technology banks in this process.

Prior to working at Trinity, Carson attended Grand Canyon University where he led the college’s premier entrepreneurship club, served in executive roles of several boards and clubs, and was an active member of the Honors College. Carson also interned at several companies including spending a summer at LinkedIn.

Carson holds a BS in Entrepreneurial Studies with a double major in Marketing/Advertising from Grand Canyon University.

Outside of Trinity, Carson enjoys spending time with his fiancée Kate, Disc golfing, listening to podcasts, and hopping coffee shop to coffee shop.

Brown’s 30 years of experience in venture equity and venture debt is apparent in his ability to adeptly manage sales and strategic business operations working with early-stage companies.

He served as general partner at Point Financial Capital Partners, a venture leasing fund and held a prior role as the president and CFO of InvestLinc Financial Services, an early-stage private equity fund and consulting firm. He has also worked as a partner at Cornerstone Equity Partners, a private equity fund.

Background
Brown has a B.S. in business administration and marketing from McNeese State University and is a current Small Business Investor Alliance – Western Regional Committee member.

Growing up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana left a lasting impression on Brown. He is an avid LSU fan and loves a good bowl of spicy gumbo on a cold day.

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Carson Foley is a Relationship Manager at Trinity Capital. His responsibilities include sourcing new investment opportunities, developing referral relationships, and performing due diligence on potential debt financing opportunities. He works closely with founders, executives, venture capitalists, and technology banks in this process.

Prior to working at Trinity, Carson attended Grand Canyon University where he led the college’s premier entrepreneurship club, served in executive roles of several boards and clubs, and was an active member of the Honors College. Carson also interned at several companies including spending a summer at LinkedIn.

Carson holds a BS in Entrepreneurial Studies with a double major in Marketing/Advertising from Grand Canyon University.

Outside of Trinity, Carson enjoys spending time with his fiancée Kate, Disc golfing, listening to podcasts, and hopping coffee shop to coffee shop.

Brown’s 30 years of experience in venture equity and venture debt is apparent in his ability to adeptly manage sales and strategic business operations working with early-stage companies.

He served as general partner at Point Financial Capital Partners, a venture leasing fund and held a prior role as the president and CFO of InvestLinc Financial Services, an early-stage private equity fund and consulting firm. He has also worked as a partner at Cornerstone Equity Partners, a private equity fund.

Background
Brown has a B.S. in business administration and marketing from McNeese State University and is a current Small Business Investor Alliance – Western Regional Committee member.

Growing up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana left a lasting impression on Brown. He is an avid LSU fan and loves a good bowl of spicy gumbo on a cold day.