Douglas R. Eger

Douglas is Chairman and CEO of the Intrinsic Exchange Group which is pioneering a new asset class based on nature and the benefits that nature providesDouglas’s career has focused on developing promising ideas into vibrant companies in finance, technology, healthcare, and media. Prior to IEG, he was Chairman of Pet360, Inc. (Combined —, Pet Food Direct, Pet360) which was sold to PetSmart in 2014.  He is also the Founder & CEO of Entertaining Ideas, a media and idea incubator, which incubated IEG.

His media accomplishments include: Executive Producer of War/Dance, the Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning documentary about Ugandan child soldiers, Development Producer of Academy Award nominated How to Survive A Plague, and Producer of Shoot Down. Founder, Chairman and CEO of AMEX-listed Sheffield Pharmaceuticals. Founder, TechSource, a technology transfer company serving private and public universities. Co-Founder, Kachina Capital, a firm that advised companies on strategic and financial matters.

As a conservation buyer, Douglas partnered with The Open Space Institute and The Trust for Public Lands to preserve 7,000 acres of land and restore two historical estates 100 miles NW of New York City.

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