Matt Hohman

Matt Hohman serves as Senior Investing Leader at Ambassador Capital Group and Senior Legal Counsel for Ambassador Capital.  Matt responsible for the strategic planning and growth of Ambassador’s affiliates and the identification and execution of new acquisitions and partnerships. He also assists in identifying strategic leaders for Ambassador’s affiliates, consults with Ambassador’s affiliate leaders on various projects, and serves on the board of various affiliates. Matt also consults with leadership of Ambassador and its affiliates on matters of significant legal import.

Prior to joining Ambassador Enterprises, Matt was the leader of the Enterprise Health division of Medical Informatics Engineering, a healthcare technology company. Enterprise Health is an enterprise software solution for large companies and government entities and addresses their occupational health compliance and employee health concerns. There, Matt had overall responsibility for the financial and operational performance of the division, as well as having direct responsibility for all legal matters. 

Matt also was a partner in the Business Department of Barnes & Thornburg LLP, an AmLaw 100 firm.  In addition to mergers and acquisition and general corporate work, Matt devoted a large portion of his practice to technology transactions such as licensing and transfer of intellectual property, as well as agreements relating to outsourcing, SaaS subscriptions, professional services and hosting. Matt served as Chair of the firm’s Technology Transactions Practice Group.  Much of Matt’s technology practice involved assisting clients with financing and investment.

Matt received a B.S. from Huntington University, an M.A.T from Indiana University, and a JD from the University of Minnesota.

Matt and his wife, Missy, have been married for over 25 years.  They have two children, Quentin, who is attending Indiana University, and Abbey, who is attending Blackhawk Christian High School.  




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