Meet Our Investment Team
Cold Mountain Capital comprises experienced professionals with a range of backgrounds sharing a common goal – securing the best possible returns on our investments for our investors. Take a look at the bios below and get to know our team a little better.
David Nolletti, President, CEO, and co-founder
David Nolletti joined the Stony Point Group, a sister company of Cold Mountain Capital, in June 2002 and has progressively increased his responsibility in operations, sales, marketing, strategy and business development for Stony Point, the TECT family of businesses, and for Cold Mountain portfolio companies, including positions as general manager, chief executive, member of the board of directors, and Chairman of the Board. His broad background in management of multi-plant operations, sales, marketing and business development has greatly contributed to the growth and performance of TECT, Graco Supply & Integrated Services, and AirReady MRO Services, Inc. Prior to joining Cold Mountain and Stony Point, Mr. Nolletti served in marketing and market research for the Procter & Gamble Company in Cincinnati and as a commissioned officer in the United States Army, active duty and Reserves. He earned his bachelor of arts with honors in history and international relations from Lehigh University and his master of business administration from Xavier University.
Anthony Bergen, CFO
Tony Bergen is a senior operating executive with more than 30 years of in-depth experience in operational leadership. Prior to joining TECT in 2008, Tony spent 20 years as a management consultant for distressed and growth-oriented companies in financial leadership roles. Tony completed his Bachelor of Arts in accounting at Upsala College and his Master of Business Administration in finance from Farleigh Dickenson University. Tony is also a CPA and a CTP.
Ken Glass, chairman and co-founder
Ken Glass is recognized as one of the country’s leading crisis management professionals and is an expert in turnarounds and workouts. His functional background includes operations, manufacturing, engineering and finance, plus extensive experience in Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganizations and the corporate renewal process. He has extensive experience in multi-plant, multi-industry operations as CEO, in restructuring troubled businesses through acquisition and divestiture strategies, and in cost-cutting and creative financial designs. Mr. Glass received his M.S. in aerospace from the University of Cincinnati. He is also the founder of Glass & Associates, a premier independent turnaround consulting firm with offices throughout the United States and Europe acquired by Huron Consulting in January 2007. He is a former board member of the Turnaround Management Association and is a past president of the Association of Certified Turnaround Professionals.
William “Bill” Coquillette is an attorney practicing in the Cleveland office of Jones Day. He joined the firm in 1976 and became a partner in 1984. He practices in the areas of corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions, with most of his time devoted to complex business acquisitions, leveraged buyouts and other venture capital transactions. Prior to joining Jones Day, Mr. Coquillette clerked for Justice Herbert Wilkins of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Mr. Coquillette graduated summa cum laude with departmental honors from Yale College, majoring in political science and economics. At Yale he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and received the Cogswell Award and the White-Curtis Special Prize for history. He received a master’s degree in jurisprudence from University College Oxford and his juris doctorate from Harvard Law School.
Shaun Donnellan retired in 2007 as president of Glass & Associates and is recognized as one of the country’s leading crisis management professionals. Mr. Donnellan is experienced in marketing, operations, engineering and finance with a proven track record of profitable management, plus extensive experience in bankruptcy reorganization, restructuring troubled businesses, and acquisitions and divestitures. Mr. Donnellan received his bachelor of science from Natal University in South Africa, and his master of arts from Cambridge University in England. Mr. Donnellan is a certified turnaround professional and has completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School. Mr. Donnellan has also served on the national board of directors of the Turnaround Management Association.
Bernie Stanek joined the Stony Point Group, Inc., a sister company of Cold Mountain Capital, in August 2002. Mr. Stanek has significant experience in planning and executing financial transactions and managing financial and operational matters. Before joining the company, Mr. Stanek was vice president of finance for Associated Packaging Enterprises, Inc., a manufacturer of thermoformed CPET plastic food trays; vice president and general counsel for INDSPEC Chemical Corporation – a manufacturer of resorcinol, an industrial specialty chemical adhesive; business law associate with Thorp Reed & Armstrong, a regional law practice in Pittsburgh; and audit senior with Ernst & Young in its Pittsburgh office. Mr. Stanek holds a bachelor of arts in accounting from Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pa., and a juris doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh.