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Luke Sorenson

Luke Sorenson is a Managing Partner of Sorenson Capital, serving as the Head of Office with responsibility over firm culture, strategy, operations, and finance.

Aerospace Investments:

  • Atlas Aerospace (holding company of aerospace consolidation), served on the Board
  • Product Manufacturing Corporation, served on the Board
  • Wichita Aerospace Spares, served on the Board
  • LifePort, served on the Board (sold to United Technologies)
  • Custom Control Concepts, serves as Chairman
  • RTC Aerospace (holding company of aerospace consolidation), serves as Chairman
  • Roberts Tool Company
  • JWD Machine
  • Excel Manufacturing
  • Bora Engineering
  • Lean Solutions
  • MTron

Technology Investments:

  • Sorenson Media, serves on the Board
  • Realty Mogul

Consumer Investments:

  • Provo Craft (sold to BAML), served on the Board
  • GoalZero (sold to NRG), served on the Board

Manufacturing Investments:

  • Michael’s Finer Meats (sold to Chef’s Warehouse), served on the Board

Prior to Sorenson Capital, Luke served in a variety of industries and functions through the Sorenson Companies, including Sorenson Media (video compression software), Sorenson Communications (video relay services), and Sorenson Development (real estate development). Luke also served as a director for Microject, a medical device company, and as an advisory board member for the University Venture Fund.

Luke is an advocate for social impact investing and serves as a director at the Sorenson Impact Foundation. He also serves as Chairman of Cause for Hope-One Life at a Time, a non-profit devoted to enabling people in emerging countries to achieve sustainable self-reliance.

Luke received a Master of Business Administration degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in Accounting from Brigham Young University.