George C. Petrocheilos
George Petrocheilos is a Partner at Camden Partners and joined the firm in 2015. He focuses on seed-stage investments in biomedical and digital technologies (medical devices, diagnostics, robotics, cyber security). George also heads business development at Camden.
Prior to joining Camden, George was coordinating national business development efforts for Towne Park, a Camden Partners former portfolio company, which is one of the world’s largest parking companies. He was working directly with Towne Park’s Founder, Chairman & CEO, and today he still serves as an Adviser to the Chairman. George was also a portfolio analyst for Global Domain Partners, a managed futures hedge fund, focusing on asset allocation research & strategy.
He serves on the Board of Directors of the family-owned PETKA S.A., an Athens-based construction & development company specializing in heavy construction projects around Southeast Europe. He is also a Trustee of PETKA S.A.’s Family Office. George serves on the Board of Advisors of several start-up companies, including Videoo, Inc., FitMango (formerly ShapeU) and Snag-A-Slip, Inc. – a Towne Park spin out.
On the non-profit side, George currently serves on the Board of Trustees of The Baltimore School for the Arts and The Living Classrooms Foundation, as well as the Advisory Boards of The Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries and The Johns Hopkins Center for Financial Economics. He serves on the Director’s Circle of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) and is a founding member of the Johns Hopkins Center of Talented Youth Greece Program. In 2013-14 George was the co-chair of the Baltimore Police Department’s Capital Campaign and he is currently a member of the Archbishop Iakovos Leadership 100 Endowment Fund, which supports the National Ministries of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, advancing Greek orthodoxy & culture.
George’s honors include Baltimore Business Journal’s 2013 “40 Under 40 Business Leaders”, The Hill’s 2013 “Washington D.C. Rising Stars” and The Daily Record’s 2014 “20 in Their Twenties,” among others.
George earned a B.A. degree from the Johns Hopkins University in Economics and Entrepreneurship & Management. George also completed the Political Science SSP Executive Program at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Johns Hopkins University
Head of Business Development