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William Quigley joined Clearstone Venture Partners (formerly idealab Capital Partners) shortly after its formation and concentrates on its Internet, Gaming and Communications related investments. William joined Clearstone from Mid-Atlantic Venture Funds, where he invested in early- stage Internet and communications companies. Prior to MAVF, he was the chief financial officer of Disney's merchandise licensing division, the world's largest licensor. Before Disney, he was a consultant with Arthur Andersen where he worked with media, entertainment and banking clients.

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Bachelor of Accountancy (B.Acy. or B.Acc. or B. Accty)
Master of Business Administration (MBA or MBA), Finance


Managing Director, Clearstone Venture Partners

January 1998 - Present (21 years 3 months)


January 2013 - January 2014 (1 year)

Member, METAL

January 2001 - January 2014 (13 years)

Consumer Products Finance, The Walt Disney Company

January 1987 - January 1995 (8 years)

William spent seven years in a variety of business planning and operational roles at The Walt Disney Company. His tenure at Disney included finance roles at EuroDisney, the Disney Store retail chain and Disney's consumer products merchandise licensing division. He oversaw all finance and business planning activities for Disney’s licensing business unit, the world’s largest consumer products licensor. William also co-managed Disney's merchant banking group where he negotiated and structured equity positions in the company's strategic licensees.


Harvard Business School

Master of Business Administration (MBA or MBA) Finance

1994 - 1996

University of Southern California - Marshall School of Business

Bachelor of Accountancy (B.Acy. or B.Acc. or B. Accty)

1982 - 1986