Thoma Bravo Continues Growth in Miami With Partner Promotions
The software investment firm signed a long-term lease at 830 Brickell in 2021
Thoma Bravo continued its growth at its Miami office with the promotion of Andrew Almeida, Tara Gadgil and Adam Solomon to Partner from Principal. The firm expects to grow its Miami presence by recruiting new and diverse talent through the area’s growing community of tech entrepreneurs.
“We’re thrilled to welcome this next generation of leaders to our partnership,” says Orlando Bravo, a Founder and Managing Partner at Thoma Bravo. “Each of these exceptional individuals embodies the performance-oriented approach, innovative thinking and entrepreneurial spirit Thoma Bravo is known for and has delivered superior results for our investors and portfolio. Their collective success demonstrates the power of the mentorship culture that is core to Thoma Bravo.”
Almeida joined Thoma Bravo in 2012 as an Associate from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he worked in investment banking. He serves on the Boards of Proofpoint, Flexera, Venafi, Sophos, Imperva, Veracode, LogRhythm, Barracuda, Kofax, Imprivata and Qlik. He graduated from The University of Wisconsin – Madison with his BA degree in Finance and BBA degree in Economics and holds an MS degree from Vanderbilt University.
Gadgil joined Thoma Bravo in 2016 as a Vice President, having worked previously as a Vice President at Berkshire Partners, an Associate at TPG Growth and an Analyst at Goldman Sachs. She currently serves on the Boards of RealPage and Quorum. She earned her MBA from Stanford University and her AB degree in Government and Economics from Harvard University.
Solomon joined Thoma Bravo in 2021 as a Principal, having worked previously as a Principal at Francisco Partners, an Associate at Hellman & Friedman and an Analyst at Gleacher Partners. He co-leads the firm’s Explore fund, which focuses on investing in high-growth mid-market software and technology companies. Solomon serves on the Boards of Intel 471 and Raptor Technologies. He earned his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and his BA degree in Economics from Harvard University.