R. Glen Mayfield
Glen possesses more than 42 years of private equity, corporate finance and commercial banking experience. He founded Mayfield & Robinson, Inc. in 1978. This firm specialized in merchant banking activities and in corporate finance and business advisory services targeting firms in the Midwest. His success in these endeavors led to the formation of River Cities Capital Funds in 1994, which Glen co-founded with his partner Ted Robinson.
Previous to his corporate finance and venture capital career, Glen was a Vice President of The First National Bank of Cincinnati (now part of U.S. Bank), specializing in commercial lending to a diverse portfolio of companies spanning many industries and all stages of development. He had earlier served in a marketing and sales capacity with Armstrong World Industries.
Glen holds a BA from DePauw University. Following college, Glen served with the United States Marine Corps, obtaining the rank of Captain.
Glen has invested in and served on the Boards of Directors of over twenty companies, both public and private. Glen currently sits on the board of Simbionix.
Among Glen’s numerous community activities are his service as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of The Christ Hospital and member of the Board of Advisors of the Neuroscience Institute. In addition, he currently serves on the Board of the Elizabeth Gamble Deaconess Home Association, a foundation dedicated to improving healthcare in Cincinnati.