Convergent GC brings the insight and experience of senior level attorneys to your management team.

  Q: Why Convergent GC? Why not a traditional law firm?

A: When I was a senior executive at an established company, I experienced firsthand the frustrations of working with counsel who weren't knowledgeable about our business. It felt like they just didn't "get" our business imperatives. As a result, I decided to become an attorney. I was, and am, convinced that it is critical for any company that its lawyers understand the business and the industry of its clients — I felt that combining my business experience with legal expertise would provide me, and my company, with a considerable

At Convergent GC, we have that rare combination of business and legal expertise. We know the questions that need to be asked at every stage of a company's development so we can minimize detours on the road to growth.

- Audrey Roth,
Principal, Convergent GC
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Audrey Roth, Principal

Audrey Roth, PrincipalAudrey represents entrepreneurs, company executives and venture capitalists and has done so successfully for nearly two decades, helping to bring young companies to profitability and maturity. She has also worked with the management teams of numerous companies, gaining deep expertise and experience in M&A and securities deals. She began her career as an attorney working as outside counsel for heads of life sciences and technology companies on their most challenging business and legal assignments including financing, M&A, licensing and corporate governance. Over the last ten years, Audrey has served as partner and head of the Private Equity/Emerging Company group at Sullivan & Worcester LLP, partner and member of the Private Equity group at Goodwin Procter LLP, and partner and chair of the Venture Capital and Emerging Companies group for Kelley Drye LLP.

Audrey has a J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and co-managing editor for the Human Rights Law Review, and a B.A. from City University of New York, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She is a member of the Massachusetts and New York bars.

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