Brentt Baltimore


Los Angeles, CA

Brentt Baltimore

Brentt joined Greycroft in 2017 and is based in Los Angeles. He focuses on early-stage companies in enterprise software.

Brentt’s active investments include 1build, Craft, Enkasa, Mapped, and Trullion. His notable exits include Openpath (acquired by Motorola Solutions).

Prior to Greycroft, Brentt was a co-founder of TernPro, maker of the Slope tool, which was acquired by Smartsheet. He also led business development at Operator Inc., a venture-stage company in the conversational commerce space, and worked on technology commercialization at Numenta, a machine intelligence research company. Brentt was also an Associate at Detroit Venture Partners. He began his career in investment banking at Credit Suisse in Los Angeles.

Brentt is a Kauffman Fellow and a member of Class 25.

Brentt holds a BA in Economics from Claremont McKenna College and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.