Our Team

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Evan Loomis

General Partner
Evan Loomis is an early-stage venture investor at Overmatch, with a focus on critical technology, space, and defense. He is the co-founder of ICON, an Austin-based construction technology company at the forefront of revolutionizing human shelter through cutting-edge robotics, AI, and 3D-printing. ICON made history by 3D-printing the first home in the United States and has also entered into a notable partnership with NASA to construct the first habitat on the Moon.

Evan's professional journey began as an assistant to a former U.S. President and on Wall Street as an investment banker before he found his calling in startups. In 2006, he co-founded Wedgwood Circle, an angel investment group primarily focused on the media and entertainment sectors. Four years later in 2010, he co-founded TreeHouse, a sustainable home improvement startup. In 2017, Evan co-founded Saturn Five, a private equity fund building and investing in companies that help individuals, families, and communities thrive.

Published in 2015, he also authored "Get Backed", a book on startup fundraising by Harvard Business Press. Evan is a Life Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a Kauffman Fellow. He holds a BBA in Finance from Texas A&M University's Mays Business School and resides in Austin, TX, with his wife, Dr. Brandi Loomis, a pediatrician, and their four children.
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Aabid Razvi

Aabid Razvi is an investor at Overmatch where his responsibilities range from sourcing and diligence to external communications and portfolio company support. Prior to Overmatch, Aabid led investments in a number of frontier technologies as a venture associate at Saturn Five. He has also worked in management consulting at Boston Consulting Group, trade policy at the Department of Commerce, securities law at Silver Regulatory Associates in NY, and front-end software development for a startup incubator.

Aabid earned his BBA in Finance from Mays Business School where he led an $8m public equity investment fund and created a non-profit that supported 500+ small businesses struggling to access government funds during the pandemic. He also minored in Cybersecurity and studied Advanced International Affairs at the Bush School of Government. 

Outside of work, you’ll find Aabid playing sports, discussing geopolitics and Supreme Court opinions, exploring remote parts of the world, or watching documentaries to learn something new.