Cat Song is Co-Founder and General Counsel of Exsulcoin, as well as an active angel investor and board advisor with interests in real estate, technology, art, and philanthropy. Cat has a B.S. in Cognitive Psychology from Tulane University, a B.S.M. in Finance from the A.B. Freeman School of Business, and a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law, where she had the opportunity to study under the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
Cat is an author and speaker on the legal issues surrounding blockchain, ICOs, TGEs, TAOs, cryptocurrencies, cyber crimes, art, and refugee integration. She authored The Burkenroad Report on Meadowcraft, Inc, distributed to over 3,000 investors and featured in the Wall Street Journal, the Wall Street Transcript Buyside, The Chronicle of Higher Education, CNN-fn, and CNBC. Her ventures have been mentioned in Forbes, CNN, ICO Crowd Magazine, BusinessNewsDaily, Thrive Global, Money Inc, Hackernoon, and the Huffington Post.
A long-time advocate for anti-human trafficking initiatives, immigration, and legal rights for low-income populations, Cat’s professional network includes entrepreneurs, investors, institutions and real estate companies in the United States, the E.U., Russia, Australia, Singapore, Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Bangladesh, and Myanmar. With strong marketing skills and an extensive network, Cat’s enterprises get access to unconventional deal flow, oversubscribed deals, and unique sources of funding.
Cat’s past and present projects include: serving as an advisory board member of Satoshi Capital B.V., advisory board member of RealVest, Managing Partner of The Croft Development Group, CIO of Croft Capital Partners, CIO of The New Dawn Fund, Co-Founder and CEO of Croft & Freedman Media Group, and GC of Faircap Angels.