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photo David Readerman
Managing Member
Endurance Capital Partners, LLC
David Readerman, CFA is the managing member of Endurance Capital Partners, LLC and the portfolio manager of Endurance Capital Fund, L.P.

The Endurance Capital Fund is a San Francisco-based, research driven investment strategy that focuses on  the technology sector and tech-impacted industries such as carbon-based – to – clean tech industries. The investment process spans technology life cycles from rapid, emerging growth – to – disrupted, mature businesses.

When he was introduced to E2 in 2000, he believed in the business plan and became an active E2 member. Supporting E2’s mission, David notes that “clean environment is good economics; it’s profitable and sound public policy. Global growth requires energy resources and a clean, safe environment.”

David joined E2’s Delegation to Washington, DC, in 2003 and again in 2007, and participated in the 2008 Department of Commerce’s “Green Trade Mission” to China and India. He was also a chapter leader and co-founder of E2’s Rocky Mountains Chapter, founded in 2007. Under his leadership, the Rocky Mountains chapter grew to 25 members in a short amount of time. David is now an active member of the Northern California Chapter.

David strongly believes that “the United States needs a bi-partisan national energy policy. It’s not simply about wind or solar for renewable portfolio standards. It’s more than year-to-year Congressional infighting for investment tax or production tax credits. I believe that E2 – with its non-partisan, ‘we care, we vote’ membership – can and should make its voices and insights heard.” 

David regularly meets with key energy sector players in Washington, DC. He is uniquely positioned to make strong, non-partisan appeals for sound environmental policy that also builds economic prosperity. “My impact is that I am not a lobbyist. I pay my own way to participate. I go to bring an ounce of real-world, business perspective to the political process.”

David’s efforts have helped to increase E2’s presence in Washington, DC, and expand E2’s membership in the Rocky Mountains. But perhaps the best part about David’s tireless work is the opinion of his son, who thinks that “Dad is cool – he wants to save the planet.”


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