Jayme Anne Goldberg has 20 years of experience in the institutional investment management industry. Prior to co-founding SilverLine, Jayme was the Chief Strategy Officer at BNY Mellon – Urdang in Plymouth Meeting, PA - where she was responsible for the planning and execution of strategic global expansion initiatives, organizational design and for the development and implementation of operational processes and procedures. Prior to joining Urdang in February 2004, Ms. Goldberg worked for General Motors Asset Management as a real estate investment analyst. In this capacity, she performed financial analysis and due diligence for prospective real estate investments in all major asset classes, including financial analysis key to negotiations for $1.5 billion in opportunistic private real estate fund investments. Jayme is the Vice-Chairperson of the Cadence Cycling Foundation and a member of the Pennsylvania State University Schreyer Honors College External Advisory Board. She holds a B.A. in Real Estate and Finance from The Pennsylvania State University Schreyer Honors College and an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School.
Holden Comeau is a seasoned professional triathlete and endurance sports industry leader. Prior to co-founding SilverLine, Holden was the head triathlon coach for the Cadence Cycling Foundation and the Performance Coaching General Manager for Cadence Cycling & Multisport in Philadelphia, PA. He has been a contributor in multiple sports industry publications including: Triathlete Magazine, Outside Magazine, and USAT Triathlon Life. As a student at Penn State University (Class of 2000), Holden was an NCAA Division I Swimming All-American Athlete, ranked 8th in the world as a member of his team’s 800m freestyle relay, and twice earned the title of Big 10 Conference Champion. He was also named the captain of the team, and was the first swimmer in Penn State school history to be honored two years in a row with the team MVP award. Holden was invited to participate in the 2000 Olympic Swim Team trials where he was a two-time top 50 finisher.