Sam Goldberg is an entrepreneur with a diverse background. He graduated with top honors summa cum laude from The Ohio State University. Goldberg was a fourth generation medical school student at Ohio State when he decided to leave medical school and attend law school where he graduated with top honors order of the coif from the University of Southern California School of Law. Following law school, he served as a Federal Court judicial clerk for the Hon. John D. Holschuh for the Southern District of Ohio. After his clerkship, Goldberg worked for Simpson Thacher & Bartlett.
In 2008, Goldberg was recruited by Central Ohio to help attract and create start-ups. In Ohio, he served as an executive with multiple start-ups and helped create a gateway for companies from overseas to place their US headquarters in Ohio.
In 2011, Goldberg, along with Sam Kim, co-founded a mobile software technology company – The Mobile Majority. Goldberg’s efforts led the company to be honored by LA Business Journal as Southern California’s Fastest Growing Technology Company. Goldberg left The Mobile Majority in 2016.
As an investor, Goldberg has had success in identifying opportunities and talented people. Goldberg has an extensive background in history, political science, and economics.