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Sean Robinson


Sean attended Howard University from 1990 to 1994 and graduated Cum Laude with dual BBA degrees in Accounting and Finance in May 1994 from the School of Business. He worked at KPMG LLP as an auditor in the Financial Services sector until 1996. Then he transitioned to AT&T, where he assumed a role as an assistant controller in the International Planning Division until 1997.

 e received a two-year fellowship from the Consortium of Graduate Study in Management to attend the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester where he completed my MBA in 1999 with a concentration in M&A; Corporate Accounting and Finance.

Following graduation, he worked for several years in the investment-banking arena in the telecom and entertainment sector where he earned my Series 7 & 63 Licenses. I re-engineered my career in 2003 and left the investment banking sector to pursue an opportunity in controllership and SEC reporting. He worked for a public company in New Jersey called Cendant (presently Realogy LLC) for approximately four years during which time he passed the CPA exam and became a Certified Public Accountant in June 2005. He is currently licensed in three states (California, Florida, and New York) and the district of
Washington, D.C.

Afterwards, he worked in various roles at Citigroup from 2007 through 2016 in Venture Capital (2007 – 2011), Accounting Policy (2011 – 2013), N.A. Controllers (2013 – 2014) and Liquidity Reporting Controllers as head of the division (2014 – 2016). He held a role as an adjunct professor in the Accounting Department for Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, NY (2010 – 2012). In late 2016, he left Citigroup and started my own Accounting Services firm called Tebaja Consulting LLC, which provides CFO & Controller support for start-ups and private equity clients, with a focus on Founders of Minority & Women-Owned Businesses.

In 2019, he was the Senior Controller and CFO for a $5.0 Billion hedge fund called Infinity Q Capital Management which specialized in esoteric derivative investing on behalf of its clients.

Finally, in January 2022, he started a Venture Capital Fund with three (3) other Co-Founders called Radix Innovation Capital Fund, LLC. It is a $40 million Fund that supports, partners and invests in Founders who are Women, Brown Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Minorities, Person With Disabilities (PWD), and Founders who are from Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU’s) at the Pre-Seed or Early Stage.

Sean is a Fall 2021 HBCUvc Fellow graduate of Cohort 5.