Crossplane hires three for team

Prior to joining Crossplane, Hagenbuch led Huron Consulting’s interim management practice.

  • Previously, Woolfolk worked at Truist and J.P. Morgan while Huntsman was at Peterson Partners
  • Crossplane Capital invests in niche manufacturing, value-added distribution and industrial business services companies
  • Crossplane was founded in 2018

Crossplane Capital has hired Larry Hagenbuch as operating partner, Kameron Woolfolk as associate and Will Huntsman as analyst.

Prior to joining Crossplane, Hagenbuch led Huron Consulting’s interim management practice, and he was a consultant with AlixPartners and Booz, Allen & Hamilton earlier in his career. In addition to his deep consulting experience, Hagenbuch held roles with GE / GE Capital and J. Hilburn. He started his career as a weapons officer in the United States Navy after graduating from Vanderbilt University.

“I’m excited to be reuniting with Brian, Ben and the entire Crossplane team,” said Crossplane Capital Operating Partner Larry Hagenbuch, in a statement. “I look forward to working side-by-side with the management teams of our current and future portfolio companies to drive meaningful value.”

Woolfolk joins Crossplane as an associate after working in Truist’s industrial investment banking group and J.P. Morgan’s diversified industrials group. And, Huntsman joins Crossplane as an analyst after working for lower middle market private equity firm Peterson Partners.

Founded in 2018, Crossplane Capital invests in niche manufacturing, value-added distribution and industrial business services companies.