Isaiah Kacyvenski

Founder and Principal, Athletes’ Technology Capital Founder, Sports Innovation Lab


Isaiah’s diverse background includes earning two degrees from Harvard, playing in the National Football League for 8 years between, and achieving success as an experienced entrepreneur and investor.

Mr. Kacyvenski is currently a Founder and Principal at Athletes’ Technology Capital, a venture capital and growth equity investment fund focused on sports technology and the massive, adjacent market opportunities that it opens up (human performance, health and wellness, media and entertainment, eSports, and more).  Prior to ATC, Isaiah was the Managing Partner at Blue Star Innovation Partners, an investment capital fund led by serial entrepreneurs and expert operators across a variety of verticals.

Isaiah is also the Founder of the Sports Innovation Lab, a leading market research and advisory firm delivering insights on intersection of sports and technology. The Sports Innovation Lab evaluates and identifies the technology products and services that will power the future of sports. The Boston-based, market research and advisory firm uses data analysis to reveal compelling stories that mobilize global partnerships among startups, investment capital firms, and corporate influencers.  

Isaiah was formerly the Global Head of Business Development at MC10, a cutting-edge conformal electronics company based in Lexington, MA, where he was involved in the conceptualization, product development, and business development of wearable technology products in Biomedical Research and Consumer applications--including Sports and Fitness.

Isaiah is also an individual investor in, and advisor to, over 25 companies in technology, sports, biotech, consumer, media and sports medicine.  Isaiah also has 7 technology patents to his name.

Isaiah also serves on the Executive Board of the USC Center for Body Computing as well as the National Advisory Board for the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA).  Isaiah is also a member of the NFLPA Health and Safety Committee, where he has served for over 5 years.  Isaiah also sits on the Advisory Board for the Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics at Northwestern University.

Isaiah was also the subject of an NFL Films profile about his rise from poverty to the NFL that received an Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Long Feature.

He was also featured on an Oprah Winfrey show titled "Why They Beat the Odds".

Isaiah holds a Cum Laude Pre-Medicine Bachelor degree from Harvard University and graduated from Harvard Business School’s MBA program.