Stewart Youngblood Leaves Tech Wildcatters

Tech Wildcatters Program Director Stewart Youngblood will be leaving the accelerator and moving on to new things, he and TW announced yesterday.

“I cannot thank the Tech Wildcatters staff, investors, mentors, and alumni companies enough for the amazing experience I had while working for TW. I am very proud of what our team accomplished during the last 2.5 years, and can’t wait to see what happens in 2014 and beyond,” said Youngblood. “I wouldn’t have traded this experience for anything; I’ve helped empower over 75 entrepreneurs to reach for their dreams, met lifelong friends, mentors, business partners, and community members. While I am transitioning into a new phase of my career, I still hold Tech Wildcatters close to my heart and will continue to be heavily involved in the startup ecosystem.”

It’s surprising yet not all that surprising at the same time. In a way, I knew this day would come and I personally can’t wait to see what Stewart does next.

Stewart will be at tonight’s Startup Happy Hour so perhaps he’ll drop some hints on his plans!

Disclaimer: Stewart in no way approved the use of this image of him for this article. It was all me!!

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  • Bradley is the founder of LAUNCH DFW and an avid proponent/supporter of the DFW Startup Community. Bradley is also the founder of Skyrise, a community, communications and concierge platform for commercial office buildings.

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