Sheryl Hunter is the President of Hunter Business Law, The Entrepreneur’s Law Firm®, which was named on the INC 5000 list of Fastest Growing Companies in America — and on the list of Largest Women-Owned Businesses in Tampa Bay in both 2019 and 2020. For over 20 years, Sheryl Hunter has represented hundreds of growth-focused entrepreneurs and their business enterprises, from start-up to exit. She is the Founding Partner of Hunter Business Law, a boutique firm designed specifically to serve as outsourced general counsel to entrepreneurial clients, as well as investors in early-stage companies.
Mark Vible is a California licensed attorney who specializes in representing emerging growth, development stage, and middle-market companies on a variety of corporate and transactional matters. Previously as an associate of the international law firms Paul Hastings LLP and Milbank LLP, his focus is on advising venture capital firms, angel investors, private equity firms, and emerging growth, development stage, and middle-market companies on a variety of corporate and transactional matters. The scope of his experience over the last 8 years has included mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and other financings, private equity transactions, joint ventures, and other strategic transactions, as well as securities laws compliance, stockholder agreements, corporate governance, and other general corporate and business matters.
Matt Joined BKS in 2014 shortly after receiving his Bachelor’s Degree from Rollins College in 2013. Matt started as an analyst and worked in several different roles to learn the business. Matt is now a Managing Advisor and works with organizations to help craft and create sound risk management programs that best align with their individual value propositions. Matt’s role includes being one of the leaders in BKS’ Mergers & Acquisitions group. In this role, Matt works with Private Equity, Family Office, and Venture Capital firms to leverage their portfolio with insurance companies, provide due diligence support for potential partnerships, recommend program changes to fit an acquisition, as well as provide expertise on transactional insurance products including Representations & Warranties Insurance.