New York Angels, a loose affiliation of angel investors that hear pitches and conduct diligence together, just announced that vice chairman Brian Cohen will take over as chairman. He replaces David Rose, founder of the group that has invested more than $45 million in the last ten years.
Mr. Cohen is heavily involved in running the organization’s small staff and coordinating the Angels’ monthly meetings. As chairman, he will “focus on making the New York Angels the hallmark mentor organization to the exploding startup community in New York City,” according to a press release. He also plans to expand the group’s presence outside of New York. Read More