About TRIAD:

Jim Crawford is Managing Director of TRIAD Capital Management, LLC, a Lake Forest, Illinois based private equity firm. TRIAD focuses on middle market buyouts of services and specialty manufacturing companies. Its current priority is federal government services companies.

Prior to TRIAD, Mr. Crawford spent 14 years as a senior partner at Frontenac Company, and 8 years as a partner with William Blair Venture Partners. Earlier in his career, he held various operating positions with Mark Controls Corporation, and was a consultant with McKinsey & Company.

While at Frontenac, Mr. Crawford was the lead partner and sole financial investor for SI International, a federal government IT services contractor. SI International (formerly NASDAQ: SINT) was founded in 1999 by Ray Oleson, former COO of CACI, and financed by Frontenac. Its first acquisition was Statistica, a small contractor serving primarily the Department of State. Over the ensuing nine years, SI International went public, made a total of nine acquisitions in federal government services and grew to $600 million in revenue. The company was acquired by Serco in 2008. In addition to SI International, Mr. Crawford’s past investments and board positions include specialty manufacturing, telecommunications, computer products and services, and specialty retail.

Mr. Crawford currently is a member of the Princeton University advisory council for the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, and is a member of Princeton’s National Alumni Annual Giving Committee. He is a former Chair of that committee. Mr. Crawford currently serves on the executive committee of Princeton's "Aspire" capital campaign. He serves on the board of the endowment foundation for Children's Home + Aid Society of Illinois, and also serves on the board of directors of IES International.

Mr. Crawford is married to an Episcopal priest and has two grown children. He holds an electrical engineering and computer science undergraduate degree from Princeton University, studied economics at Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship and served in the Navy from 1969 through 1972.