Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano Jr. is an American entrepreneur, investor, and U.S. Army veteran. He is, with Jason A. Williams, Cofounder and Managing Partner at Full Tilt Capital, an early-stage venture capital fund.
He graduated from Cardinal Gibbons High School. After high school, he attended Bucknell University where he received his Bachelor of Arts double majoring in economics and sociology.
Anthony served in the U.S. Army as a sergeant from March 2006 to August 2012. During his service, Pomp was deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (2008-2009). He was The Distinguished Leader Graduate of the Warrior Leader Course and a Commandant’s List Graduate of Infantry Leadership School.
In January 2013, Pomp founded Digaforce, a social media intelligence platform for demographic information based on unfiltered, social content. The company was acquired in December 2013 by Strategic Link Partners. He then joined Facebook in 2014 to lead the Growth & Engagement team for Facebook Pages. In August 2015, Pomp was recruited to start and lead the Growth Team at Snapchat.
Full Tilt Capital, an early stage venture capital fund, was founded by Pomp and Jason Williams in August 2016. They invested in 22 deals in the first 90 days of the fund. In April 2018, Anthony became the Co-founder and Partner of Morgan Creek Digital Assets, a multi-strategy investment firm focused on providing access to blockchain technology and digital assets for institutional clients and wealthy family offices, alongside Mark Yusko and Jason Williams.
He is the son of Tony Pompliano, Founder of ANEXIO, a company that offers large scale Infrastructure as a service solutions to businesses. In November 2019, Pompliano got engaged to Polina Marinova.
Morgan Creek Digital Assets
Wed, Jun 15th, 1988
Los Angeles, California, United States
Bucknell University, BA, Double Major in Economics and Sociology,
Morgan Creek Digital Assets - Co-Founder & Partner
Full Tilt Capital - Managing Partner, (2016-2018)
Facebook - Product Manager, (2014-2015)
Snapchat, Inc. - Growth, (2015)