Stig Colberg joined CIRI as vice president of business development on May 5. He will help the company identify, structure and manage new investments.
Colberg comes to CIRI from the Silicon Valley law firm of Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian LLP, where he was a partner, focused on the organization of investment partnerships and the structuring of private investments and merger and acquisition transactions. Before practicing law, Colberg worked as a management consultant in San Francisco and Shanghai, advising multinational corporations on their investments, operations and market strategies in the greater China region.
Colberg earned a Juris Doctor with Distinction from Stanford Law School in June 1999 and a Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies from Dartmouth College in June 1990.
Colberg, his wife, Kelin, and his three children are excited about relocating to Alaska.
“CIRI and its affiliated companies and foundations have a considerable business and social presence in Anchorage and Alaska,” said Colberg. “I believe it will be rewarding to see the beneficial impact of our work at CIRI in the community in which we live.”