Dino Boukouris

Managing Director





Dino Boukouris has spent over 16 years in the technology industry with expertise in cybersecurity, finance, strategy, operations, entrepreneurship, and venture capital & private equity. Dino has been a speaker at Cybersecurity conferences across the country including the RSA Conference, Cybertech Tel Aviv, Structure Security, Global Cyberspace Coop Summit, IoT Security Panel, M&A East 2017, as well as at numerous private events and corporate gatherings.

Dino is a Founding & Managing Director at Momentum Cyber, alongside Founders Dave DeWalt, Michael Tedesco and Eric McAlpine. Momentum Cyber is the premier trusted strategic advisor to the Cybersecurity industry, providing bespoke high-impact advice combined with tailored senior-level access from incubation to exit.

Prior to Momentum Cyber, Dino was a Founding Director of Momentum Partners, the precursor to Momentum Cyber, alongside Founders Eric McAlpine and Michael Tedesco. Prior to Momentum Partners, Dino spent much of his career working with and advising venture-backed and bootstrapped start-ups, including Cameron Health a medical device start-up which created the world’s first subcutaneous implantable defibrillator and was ultimately acquired by Boston Scientific for $1.35B. Prior to Cameron Health, Dino began his career with GKN, a multinational aerospace and automotive company, where he was one of ten graduates selected from across the United States for their International Leadership Development Program.

Additionally, Dino has been a lecturer, GS instructor and mentor for the MBA, EWMBA and Executive MBA program for Venture Capital and Private Equity, Business Model Innovation, Entrepreneurial Strategy, and Managerial Economics. Dino has also served as an advisor to and been involved with a number of leading accelerators such as the Alchemist Accelerator, Intel Technology to Market Accelerator, National Science Foundation Innovation Corps, and Lean Launchpad.

In his “spare” time, Dino received his MBA with Honors from UC Berkeley, where he was President of his MBA program, a Haas Venture Fellow, a Turner Fellow, a Dean’s Scholar and chair of Venture Capital Connect. Dino also graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering and an M.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan, where he entered the Honors Program and was a Lawrence D. Corlett Scholar, an Engelbrecht Scholar and a David Aspland Scholar.