Our Team

We started out in 1994 as a couple of guys and a dog. Our team has grown over the years, but we still employ the same mentality. Even the dog part.

  • Phil Curatilo Principal & Chief Marketing Officer | Boston

    Phil joined Seacoast in 2016. Prior to joining Seacoast, Mr. Curatilo was Principal & Chief Marketing Officer for Cyprium Partners (and its predecessor firm, Key Principal Partners) where he was responsible for the development and growth of the firm’s brand in the U.S. and Canada and sourced middle market non-controlling debt and equity investments. Prior to Cyprium, he was Managing Director for Westham Capital, where he represented undermarketed institutional private equity funds and sourced and evaluated microcap investment opportunities. Prior to Westham, he was a General Partner for Riverside Partners, where he initiated the firm’s first formal marketing effort, managed its network of deal sources and originated, screened, and analyzed low to mid-tech leveraged buyouts.

    In addition to his private equity experience, Mr. Curatilo brings a well-rounded business career including professional and executive experiences in SBA 7(a) lending, strategy consulting, and professional, business, and consumer services. He also provided educational and consulting services to business executives in the former Soviet Union during the time of its governmental coup. Mr. Curatilo received his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Business Administration from Northeastern University.

    Personal

    • A former competitive triathlete, Phil gets his current sports fix from following the UConn Lady Huskies, the greatest women’s basketball dynasty of all time (according to Phil). Just ask him who has the better team – the 2016 championship team of Stewart, Jefferson, and Tuck (who went 1-2-3 in the WNBA draft), or the 2002 team of Taurasi, Bird and Cash.
    • Born and raised in Perth Amboy, NJ – the enviable intersection of the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike (exits 129 and 11, respectively) – Phil enjoys presenting on private equity and private capital markets to all of his alma maters (graduate business school, undergraduate business school, high school and even his grammar school).
    • Phil resides with his wife, two children and two insomniac Weimaraners in New Fairfield, CT.
  • Jamie Donelan Principal | Boston

    Joined Seacoast Capital in 2006. Prior to joining Seacoast, Mr. Donelan worked as an Analyst in the Investment Banking group at Adams Harkness & Hill in Boston, where he focused on public equity, M&A, and PIPE transactions primarily in the consumer sector. His prior work experience includes working in Business Development for EatingWell Magazine, and the corporate finance group of Dunkin’ Brands. He received a BA in Economics from Middlebury College and also studied at the London School of Economics.

    Personal

    • A Boston native, Jamie currently lives in Charlestown, MA with his wife and their daughter.
    • Jamie enjoys spending time on Cape Cod with his family and friends, particularly frequenting the various oyster shacks of Wellfleet.
    • Jamie is an avid boater, skiier (Sugarbush or bust), IPA snob and car enthusiast - his current weekend toy being an Imola Red 2001 BMW M Roadster.

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  • Timothy Fay Partner | San Francisco

    Tim joined Seacoast Capital as a Partner in 2011. Formerly, Mr. Fay was a co-founder of Key Mezzanine Fund I L.P. the antecedent entity of Key Principal Partners (“KPP”), a junior capital fund with over $1 billion in assets under management. Most recently at KPP, Tim managed the San Francisco office, and was responsible for sourcing, negotiating, executing and monitoring middle market investments across a wide range of industries. From 1995 to 1998, he worked at PMI Mezzanine fund, L.P., where he was responsible for determining the inherent risk and viability of prospective mezzanine and common equity investments.

    Prior to that, he was with The Barclays Group, where he was an Associate Director in BZW’s Mezzanine Group and Corporate Finance Group. Fay began his career as a junior economist at The Federal Reserve Bank. From there, he worked as a Credit Officer for River Oaks Bank and Trust as well as various leveraged lending functions for Republic Bancorp and Standard Chartered Bank PLC. He received his MBA from the University of Chicago and a BA in Economics from the University of Texas-Dallas.

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  • Patrick Gengoux Vice President | San Francisco

    Patrick joined Seacoast Capital in 2012. Prior to joining Seacoast, Mr. Gengoux spent six years at Pacific Capital Bank in Santa Barbara, CA, where he was a generalist working with distressed and underperforming middle market companies. He also worked with Signature Capital Advisers, a special situations private equity fund. He received his BA in Economics and International Relations from Claremont McKenna College, and he completed his MBA at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he received the J. Fred Weston Award for Academic Excellence in Finance.

    Personal

    • A native of Grenoble, France in the French Alps, Patrick currently lives in Menlo Park, CA with his wife and their two kids.
    • When he’s not at work, Patrick can often be found panting trying to keep up with his kids at the local playground.
    • Patrick enjoys hiking, skiing, running and exploring the Bay Area’s many fine restaurants.

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  • Thomas Gorman Partner | Boston

    Tom has been a Partner of Seacoast since its inception in 1994. Previously, Mr. Gorman joined Signal Capital in 1988 as an Assistant Treasurer responsible for all borrowings and short-term investments and in 1991 became a Senior Investment Manager of Signal responsible for junior capital investments. Prior to Signal, he was a Manager of Corporate Finance for General Motors Corporation and a lender with Shawmut Bank of Boston. He received an AB in Economics from Holy Cross College and an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College.

    In addition to serving on the boards of several Seacoast portfolio companies, Mr. Gorman has served on the Board of the Small Business Investor Alliance (SBIA) and served as the President of the Northeastern Regional Chapter.

    Personal

    • A newly-minted empty-nester, Tom splits his spare time between cycling in the summer (sometimes including the 35 mile trip to Seacoast’s Boston office) and skiing (his preference being Wildcat Mountain) in the winter.
    • A native of Binghamton, NY, Tom lives on the Seacoast of NH with his wife, and Seacoast’s office dog, Nigel.
    • Tom formerly rowed in college and remains an active supporter of the Holy Cross crew team.

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  • Doreen Gouveia Office Manager | Boston

    Doreen joined Seacoast Capital in 2014. Prior to Seacoast, Mrs. Gouveia worked as the Office Manager for Seguin Partners, a private equity fund which focused on growing lower middle market companies in the business services sector. Prior to Seguin Partners, Mrs. Gouveia worked as the Office Manager/CSU Manager for the Communications Lending Division at State Street Bank. Mrs. Gouveia holds an Associate in Science degree in business management from Marian Court College.

    Personal

    • When Doreen isn’t organizing her family’s life or being their personal Uber driver, she enjoys speed walking with her friends, yoga, kickboxing and boating on Little Sebago Lake in Maine with her family and friends.
    • Doreen currently lives in North Andover, MA with her husband and their three children, and their dog.
    • Doreen is an organizing guru who can declutter and organize all while making a perfect Italian gravy.
  • Jeffrey Holland Partner | San Francisco

    Jeff has been a Partner of Seacoast since its inception. Previously, Mr. Holland was a Senior Investment Manager in Signal Capital’s Merchant Banking Division and opened the San Francisco office in 1989. Prior to joining Signal in 1987, Mr. Holland was an Associate Consultant with The MAC Group, Inc., where he worked on strategy engagements in the financial services industry. Mr. Holland began his business career at Andersen Consulting. He received a BS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

    In addition to serving on the boards of several Seacoast and Signal portfolio companies. Mr. Holland is a member of the Small Business Investor Alliance (SBIA) Board of Governors and past President of the Western Region of the SBIA, a member of the Advisory Council and past Chairman and President of the Harvard Business School Association of Northern California, and a past director of the San Francisco Association for Corporate Growth.

    Personal

    • Jeff grew up in Chicago and now lives with his wife in Orinda, CA, where they raised three grown sons.
    • When he’s not at work, Jeff can be found poolside watching one of his three sons (or anyone else) playing water polo.
    • Jeff enjoys spending time with his family in Palm Springs and Hawaii, is an avid baseball, basketball and college football fan, and has fun playing tennis, skiing, golfing and backpacking in the Sierras.

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  • Thomas Ley Principal | San Francisco

    Tom joined Seacoast Capital in 2016. Prior to joining Seacoast, Tom opened and ran the San Francisco offices for private equity firms Lincolnshire Management, H.I.G. Capital and Guggenheim Partners, where he was responsible for sourcing, negotiating, structuring, financing and closing transactions. He has been a member of the board of directors of Automatic Bar Controls, Color Control, Component InterTechnologies, Energy Manufacturing, Fallon Luminous Products, Flexstar, Gordon Sign, Imperial Products, Patterson Gear, Peripheral Computer Support, Polaris Pool Systems, Signage Inc., Transworld and Williams Machine. Tom is also a past director of the San Francisco chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth.

    He received a MBA from Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business and an AB from the University of California, Berkeley.

    Personal

    • Tom enjoys alpine skiing, water skiing, hiking and abalone diving.
    • During the summer months they like to spend time at their cabin on a remote alpine lake in the Sierra.
    • Tom lives with his wife and a labrador in the Bay Area.
  • Eben Moulton Senior Advisor | Boston

    Eben has been a Partner of Seacoast since its inception in 1994. Mr. Moulton had previously founded and was President of Signal Capital’s Merchant Banking Division, which successfully invested in buyout, growth and project financings. Prior to joining Signal in 1984, Mr. Moulton was a Vice President of Bank of New England where he was responsible for Project Finance. He also held various credit and commercial loan positions at the Bank of New England and was responsible for a major segment of the National Accounts Division.

    Mr. Moulton received his undergraduate degree from Colorado College, a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt and his MBA in Finance from Columbia University. In addition to Seacoast portfolio board seats, he is a director of IEC Electronics Corp. (NASD: IECE) and Unitil Corporation (AMEX:UTL), and a trustee of Colorado College.

    Personal

    • Eben resides in Cambridge, MA with his wife and also spends time during the summer months at his house in Gloucester, MA.
    • Eben has competed in the Marblehead to Halifax Ocean Race in his Aerodyne 38, Revolution, as well as other local regattas.
    • When he's not sailing, Eben can usually be found skiing somewhere in the Rocky Mountains with his college buddies.

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  • Alan Rich Vice President | Boston

    Alan joined Seacoast Capital in 2014. Prior to joining Seacoast, Mr. Rich worked as an Associate for Harris Williams & Co. in Boston, MA, where he executed M&A transactions primarily for middle market industrial companies. His prior work experience includes working at Wells Fargo Bank in their Debt Capital Markets Group, both as an Associate in the Private Placements Group and as an Analyst in the Corporate Syndications Group.

    Mr. Rich received an AB in Economics from Harvard College and an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

    Personal

    • When not working, Alan can be found vacationing in North Conway, NH, where his family has had a condo for 30 years, or jetting cross country with the family to visit his in-laws in the Pasadena, CA area, where he can take in some sun during the winter months.
    • Born and raised north of Boston (he definitely prefers Kelly’s Roast Beef to "bar pizza"), Alan currently lives in Lynnfield, MA with his wife, Chelsea, and two children.
    • A former college football player, Alan remains loyal to his alma mater and, along with his wife (a 2016 inductee into the Harvard Hall of Fame), remains a supporter of the Harvard Football and Softball teams.

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  • David Romagnoli Associate | Boston

    David joined Seacoast Capital in 2013. Previously, Mr. Romagnoli worked as an Analyst for Easterly Capital, a private equity firm in Beverly, MA where he focused on new investments. Prior to Easterly, he worked as an Equity Research Associate at Needham & Co in Boston. Mr. Romagnoli received a BS in Economics from Bates College.

    Personal

    • David grew up on the North Shore of Boston and currently resides in Charlestown, MA.
    • David spends his time kiteboarding and sailing during the warmer seasons and skiing in the winter.
    • Beyond his professional and athletic pursuits, David volunteers his time as a board member of Pleon, a local sailing education non-profit. 

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  • Ned O.E. Scadden Analyst | Boston

    Ned joined Seacoast Capital in 2017. Before joining Seacoast, Mr. Scadden worked as an investment banker for C.W. Downer & Co. (now Alantra Partners) in Boston, MA, where he executed M&A transactions for middle market companies in the consumer and industrial sectors. His prior work experience includes working in the Strategy Consulting Group at PwC, where he focused on growth strategy engagements. He received a BA in Economics from McGill University. 

    Personal

    • Ned grew up just west of Boston and currently lives in Boston’s South End (although he returns home often to visit his beagle, Finch).
    • In his free time, Ned can be found fly fishing the waters of Woods Hole, MA or skiing the various icy peaks of New England.
    • A passionate traveler, Ned enjoys exploring the world and in particular the Alaskan outdoors.
  • Nigel Office Dog | Boston

    Nigel joined Seacoast in 2002. Prior to Seacoast, Nigel was an Associate at Ruff Capital where he was responsible for evaluating control opportunities in the pet food and bedding sectors. Nigel also interned at Hydrant Partners, an event driven long/short equities manager, where he focused on their CATS (China/Argentina/Taiwan/Sweden) opportunities fund. Nigel has a certificate from obedience school.

    Personal

    • Nigel enjoys long walks, napping (preferably in a sunny spot), scavenging for treats, a good back scratch, and an occasional game of fetch.
    • Originally from Labrador, Nigel currently lives in North Hampton, NH with his parents.
    • When he's not at the office, Nigel can be found lounging at his vacation home in New Hampshire's White Mountains.

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