Miami-based private equity firm Black Dragon Capital has hired Frank Capria and Steve Richards as directors. Also, the firm has named Mohamed Hussein as an advisor.
Prior to joining Black Dragon, Capria led the video surveillance product group for LenelS2, a subsidiary of United Technology. Prior to that, he was CEO of Avid Technology. Before entering the technology field, Capria was an editor at WGBH (PBS) in Boston, where he won a regional Emmy Award.
Richards has over 20 years of experience in the software and technology sector in finance-related roles, including corporate finance, operational finance, strategic planning and analysis and corporate development. At Black Dragon, Richards will help lead the Dragon Performance Group, the firm’s consulting arm that provides technology and operational support to Black Dragon portfolio companies.
An operations and contract expert with significant public and private sector experience, Hussein will focus on operations and spend management support for Black Dragon and its portfolio companies. Currently, he is at GE Healthcare, where he manages a large portfolio of vendor engagements. He previously held senior roles at technology companies, including Avid Technology.