John Hurley is the Founder and Managing Partner of Cavalry Asset Management.
Mr. Hurley graduated with Honors from Princeton University in 1986, where he was Chairman of The Daily Princetonian. Upon Graduation, Mr. Hurley served for five years in the United States Army, including combat duty as a fire direction officer for the First Cavalry Division during the first Gulf War.
After graduating from the Stanford Graduate School of Business with an MBA in 1993, Mr. Hurley joined Fidelity Management and Research as a portfolio manager and analyst. In 1997 he became Managing Partner of Bowman Capital Management, and in 2003 he founded Cavalry Asset Management. Based in San Francisco and Hong Kong, Cavalry invests in both public and private companies primarily in the technology sector.
Mr. Hurley is a member of the Executive Committees of the EastWest Institute and Business Executives for National Security, and the Board of Directors of Icon Aircraft and the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). He also serves as a Lecturer in Finance at the Stanford GSB and is a member of the Princeton President’s Advisory Council.