Mr. Muir is a founder and partner of Fulcrum Equity Partners and its predecessor firm, Fulcrum Ventures that started in 2000. He is also a co-founder and former Managing Partner of Chatham Capital, a mezzanine finance firm launched in 2001. He has managed over $350 million in capital and led or participated in 150 transactions, including public offerings, multi-party mergers and consolidation plays.

Prior to forming Fulcrum, Mr. Muir was COO of OnTarget, the leading provider of consulting and training to large sales organizations worldwide, including IBM, HP, Cisco, Dell, Microsoft, Siemens, Deutsche Telecom, Nortel and BellSouth. He spearheaded the highly successful exit strategy for the owners, resulting in a merger with Siebel Systems in December 1999.

Jeff has held senior executive positions with several rapidly growing companies in healthcare, software and tech enabled service businesses.

Prior to OnTarget, Mr. Muir primarily held senior executive positions with rapidly growing companies, including Executive VP with NYSE health care company, T2 Medical; VP of a computer software firm, Information Systems of America; and co-founder/principal of a physician management firm that merged with PhyMatrix as part of its initial public offering. He also served as a Managing Director in the Corporate Finance practice of KPMG and began his career as an attorney with the Atlanta law firm of Alston & Bird.

Mr. Muir is currently a board member for Red Bag Solutions, Bright Light Systems, Addiction Campuses, CarePlus, Enduracare, and and Five Points Healthcare . Mr. Muir is on the Board of Invest Georgia and the Southern Capital Forum.  He is a member of the Southeast Investor Group, Association for Corporate Growth, and Society of International Business Fellows. He is on the Board of Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Skyland Trail and Sigma Chi Foundation, including service  on two Investment Committees. He holds a B.A. and law degree from the University of Georgia, both with honors. Prior to law school, he served as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Air Force, including a tour in the Middle East.