John Baker
Henry Baker
Rob Manning
Joseph Saviano
Kerri Ford
Faisal Nisar

Rob Manning 

Robert Manning joined Baker Capital in 2002 as a General Partner. Prior to joining Baker Capital, Mr. Manning was CFO of Intermedia Communications, Inc., an integrated communications services provider, and a director of its majority-owned subsidiary, Digex, Inc., a provider of complex, managed, web hosting services. Intermedia was acquired for over $6 billion in 2001. Prior to Intermedia, he was an investment banker to the cable television and communications industries. Mr. Manning left investment banking in 1991 to become one of the founding executives of DMX, Inc., the first satellite- and cable-delivered digital radio network, which was sold to Liberty Media in 1996. DMX spawned the satellite-delivered music industry, now popularized by Sirius XM Satellite Radio.

Mr. Manning serves on the board of  CoreValue Software (Chairman). Previously, Mr. Manning served on the boards of (Chairman) and Interxion, N.V. (NYSE:  INXN),  Digex, Inc., Canal + Nordic, Adaptix, Inc. (Chairman), Broadview Networks, DigiTV Plus, Turin Networks and DMX-Europe. Mr. Manning also serves on the Board of Advisors of the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Connecticut. Mr. Manning is a graduate of Williams College.