Jeffrey Pyatt is co-founder of Pyatt Broadmark Management. Mr. Pyatt began his career at Moss Adams, a regional CPA firm in Seattle, as a member of their tax staff. After leaving public accounting, Mr. Pyatt was involved in a number of acquisitions, dispositions and turn-around of companies in the Northwest. These companies had revenues ranging from less than $1 million to more than $700 million, both privately and publicly held. Prior to Pyatt Broadmark, Mr. Pyatt cofounded and managed Private Lenders Group, a Bellevue, Washington based private lending fund. He has been in the asset-based lending business in some form since 1994. He has also participated in the initial financing rounds of a number of telecommunications and technology companies and currently serves as a director or advisor to several technology companies.
Mr. Pyatt is a previous board member of the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center. He was president of the KCSARC board for the 2012-2013 board year. Mr. Pyatt is a founding board member of Change Making Change. Mr. Pyatt is also a past member of the King County Parks Citizens Oversight Committee. Mr. Pyatt has served on the boards of three Boys and Girls Clubs, and continues to participate in various fund raising efforts on behalf of the clubs. He served on the board of Eastside F.C., a premier soccer club in the Northwest, including two years as board president. He is a co-founder of the Lake Washington Velo cycling club, and is active in the Marymoor Velodrome Association. Mr. Pyatt currently serves as a member of the King County Parks Citizens Oversight Committee.
Mr. Pyatt received his undergraduate degree in Accounting and a Master of Taxation degree from the University of Denver. He also attended Washington State University and the University of Tel Aviv as an undergraduate.
In his spare time, Mr. Pyatt is a competitive track cyclist and enjoys alpine skiing.
Mr. Pyatt is a co-owner of Shepherd Hill Livestock, a naturally-raised cattle and sheep ranch in eastern Colorado.