Dec. 10, 2021

The Business of Life Sciences W/ Jack Doty

Jack Doty has served as a member of numerous boards of directors, and as an officer in numerous companies. He has substantial experience advising growing life sciences, manufacturing and distribution companies.


Jack Doty has served as a member of numerous boards of directors, and as an officer in numerous companies. He has substantial experience advising growing life sciences, manufacturing and distribution companies. He has particular expertise in Infrastructure Development and Maintenance, C-Level Advisory, and Capital Introduction and Coordination.

Jack is currently the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of InnoCom Bio Equities, a Life Sciences Special Purpose Vehicle investment and advising firm. As Founding President of the San Francisco Chapter of the Private Director Association, he built membership from and original 6 to 140 members, and has personally held numerous directorships: Vice Chairman, Granny Goose Foods, Inc.; Chairman, Hoopers Confections, Inc., Chairman, Metro Pacific Corporation; Director, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Foundation; Director, San Francisco Chapter of Association for Corporate Growth; Director, Coalition for Better Housing; Director, San Francisco Chapter of Institute of Management Accountants. As a member of California Governor Jerry Brown’s Subdivision Advisory Committee, he established and chaired 148 separate boards of directors.

Jack’s career has ranged from entrepreneurial startups to major company turn-a-rounds. As a fractional C-Level Executive, he currently is business advisor to the CEO and CBDO at California Life Sciences Association, fractional CFO of Trove Therapeutics, fractional CFO of Outbreaker Solutions and Head of Finance of Teclison Limited. A company he headed built 248-unit Post Street Towers in San Francisco. He performed as Vice Chairman, Director and CFO of $100 million Granny Goose Foods, taking it from a $3 million loss to a $5 million profit. He performed as acting CFO of $50 million Honolulu Shipyards, spearheading the team that took the company out of pending foreclosure, refinanced it and led it through re-organization to profitability. He has successfully performed as Acting CFO and COO of a branded national Whole Foods level importer, as Acting CFO of an international federally funded non-profit education foundation, as financing consultant for several emerging companies, and as Managing Director for Finance of a Private Equity Fund. Jack now directs his considerable business skills and experience to Capital Introduction, C-Level Advisory and Board of Director seats.