Alpine Investors, a private equity firm that invests in software and services businesses, has promoted Dorothy Walter, Daniel Cohen and Jake Brodsky to partners of the firm.

Walter joined Alpine as chief financial officer in 2018. As a strategic CFO and partner, Walter will provide impact on multiple fronts and continue to oversee the fund and management company finance teams, investor reporting, capital markets and cybersecurity. Prior to joining the firm, Walter worked at Apple Inc. in financial operations and at Carlyle Group on the private equity real estate solutions investment team.

Cohen joined the firm as a member of its investing team in 2016. He executes investments in software and technology-enabled businesses and currently sits on seven Alpine portfolio company boards. He also led the opening of the firm’s New York office in 2021 and plays a key leadership role in Alpine’s investing team. Prior to Alpine, Cohen worked at DBO Partners, a San Francisco-based investment bank.

Brodsky joined Alpine in 2015 as a member of its sourcing team and recently led the team to a record capital deployment with over 11,000 sourced deals. In 2016, Brodsky co-founded ASG, Alpine’s software platform. He sits on the boards of four portfolio companies. Prior to Alpine, Brodsky worked at Oracle and was founded and CEO of his own startup.