Brad Fisher and Stephen Hohenrieder co-founded Featherstone Holdings in 2011. The original purpose of the firm was to help family offices deploy capital into operating companies. Shortly thereafter, Edward Baker joined the firm, and we increased the scope of our advisory activities to include real estate assets.

We eventually decided to extend Featherstone’s focus from advisory work to hands-on operations. In 2014, Clyde Fossum came on board and we launched our acquisition efforts.

In 2015, Featherstone assembled a consortium of investors to acquire Elevated Billing Solutions, a Behavioral Health Revenue Cycle Management company based in the Salt Lake City area.

In 2017, we acquired a majority interest in Recovery Help, LLC, a video-based telehealth platform that provides addiction therapy, recovery coaching, and family systems counseling.

Bradley G. Fisher, Managing Partner: bfisher@featherstoneholdings.com

Brad Fisher Bio:

Brad Fisher works with CEO’s and family offices to acquire, grow, and monetize operating businesses. He is the co-founder and Managing Partner of Featherstone Holdings.

Brad has devoted most of his professional career to entrepreneurship in the business-to-business, technology, and investment management arenas. Most recently, he led the acquisition of Elevated Billing Solutions, LLC and Recovery Help, LLC in Salt Lake City. While serving as CEO of those companies, Brad developed a passion for the Behavioral Health sector.

Prior to Featherstone, Brad served as the CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Springcreek Advisors LLC, a California-based multi-family office, and he previously served as a general partner and the Chief Operating Officer for Pemigewasset Capital, a Connecticut-based family office and hedge fund.

Brad worked to build multiple ventures during his early career, including Aim 21, Incorporated, a software company that developed enterprise multimedia database systems for advertising agencies and their clients. After selling Aim 21 to Reuters in 1997, he founded Tailwind, Incorporated, an online resource center for entrepreneurs and small business owners. The American Towns Network acquired Tailwind in 2001.

Brad Fisher received an M.B.A. from Stanford University and a B.S. in Economics from the University of Minnesota. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Saybrook University.

Specialties: Private Equity, Operating Company Management, Entrepreneurship, Family Office Management, Addiction Recovery Therapy and Coaching, Strategic Planning, and Business Development