Gregg Scoresby is a serial entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of CampusLogic, a financial aid SaaS company that simplifies the student financial aid experience and lowers financial aid administration costs. The company won Invest Southwest's Venture Madness competition in 2015, was a 2014 finalist in the Arizona Innovation Challenge, and was named to CIO Review's 2014 list of the Top 20 Most Promising Technologies in Education. The company's award winning, student self-service platform has been called the TurboTax of Financial Aid. Gregg began his career at Arthur Andersen, where he led a $20 million, 200 employee financial aid outsourced services operation. In 2001, Gregg founded Core3, a technology-enabled financial aid services company, which was acquired by a private equity firm in 2005. In 2006, Gregg founded Boomerang Capital Partners, a commercial real estate finance company that has completed over $150 million in transactions. In 2008, Gregg led an investment group in the acquisition of Freeski Brands, a snow ski and apparel company, which was acquired in 2010. Gregg has a B.S. from Brigham Young University and an MBA from Cornell University. About Venture Madness Venture Madness, presented by Invest Southwest in partnership with the Arizona Commerce Authority, pits 64 of the most promising startups across the southwest against one another in a bracket-style, head-to-head competition. The competition starts with a bracket of 64 startup companies. After two online elimination rounds in which the advancing companies are chosen by a panel of judges, the top 16 companies will advance to the live-demo portion of the contest held March 4-6, 2015, at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz. It’s here where they will compete for their share of $50,000 in cash prizes by live-pitching their way through the remainder of the brackets before a panel of judges, who will determine which company will be crowned the 2015 Venture Madness Champion.
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