Josh Goldin


Josh co-founded ACG and together with his partners they have built ACG into one of the leading consumer growth investment funds in the United States. Josh oversees current and prospective investments for ACG, and currently serves on the board of directors of Tender Greens, Snooze A.M. Eatery, PDQ Restaurants, Tata Harper Skincare and Pacifica Beauty. Previously he served on the boards of Suja Juice (subsequently acquired by The Coca-Cola Company), Babyganics (subsequently acquired by SC Johnson) and Shake Shack (subsequently completed an IPO as NYSE: SHAK).
In 2015 ACG was named as the top consumer-focused growth equity firm in America by GrowthCap. Also in 2015, Josh and his partners were named to Fortune Magazine’s “40 Under 40” list, which recognizes the most influential young people in business. In 2013 Josh was recognized by Forbes as one of America’s "25 Most Influential Kingmakers in Consumer and Retail." He has also been named one of the “Top 40 Under 40” investors in growth equity.
Prior to co-founding ACG, Josh led a consumer and retail-focused private investment group, and earlier in his career he worked for Lehman Brothers. He holds an MBA with distinction from the Harvard Business School, and a BA with honors from Wesleyan University. Josh is also a member of board of directors of KIPP LA Schools, a nationally recognized non-profit charter school network serving over 5,000 students annually."