Mayo S. Stuntz, Jr., a New York-based media and digital executive and investor, is a founding member of Pilot Group LLC, a private investment firm, and an operating partner at Bessemer Venture Partners. Previously, Stuntz served as executive vice president of AOL Time Warner, a position that followed his appointments as chief operating officer of AOL’s Interactive Services Group and president of CompuServe. Prior to AOL, Stuntz served as executive vice president of Six Flags Theme Parks, chief operating officer of Century 21 Real Estate, executive vice president of Quantum Media, executive vice president of Time Warner Enterprises, and senior vice president of business management and development for MTV. Stuntz began his career as a marketing manager for American Airlines and went on to serve in management capacities at both ABC and NBC. A graduate of Cornell University, Stuntz received his MBA from Harvard Business School. He is an accomplished pilot, and also serves as chair of New York Public Radio which operates WNYC and WQXR, and produces the RadioLab and Freakonomics podcasts.