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#7 Nat Turner

General partner, Operator Partners

Nat Turner #7 General partner, Operator Partners Nat Turner co-founded Flatiron Health in 2012 with his business partner, Zach Weinberg, after his 6-year-old cousin received a cancer diagnosis. Roche acquired the startup in 2018 for $1.9 billion. Turner is known for his keen eye for consumer startups, having invested early in Blue Apron and BarkBox, the latter of which went public in June in a $1.6 billion SPAC merger. He’s also an avid collector of sports memorabilia and the CEO of Collectors, a company that authenticates merchandise, such as game tickets and rare baseball cards. Turner became CEO in July after leading his investment group’s purchase of the company. Source: businessInsider