We know it is the unique innovation and hard work of entrepreneurs that create extraordinary outcomes. We hope you will consider partnering with us to take your business to the next level.

Blue Highway Capital is a U.S. based investment firm growing small middle market companies nationally, with a focus on the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.  We provide growth capital to primarily rural businesses that are at an inflection point. Our firm’s name refers to the backroads on traditional maps and atlases, which were drawn in blue.


Providing capital is just a starting point for how we can assist in achieving your vision.  Our principals draw from a wealth of sector expertise, personal networks and investment experience to help companies develop growth strategies, recruit talent, execute company acquisitions and navigate the inevitable twists and turns of rapidly growing businesses.

Christine Jones

Co-Founder & Managing Partner
Christine is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Blue Highway Capital. Chris has 25 years of expertise in sourcing, structuring, and managing investments through two funds she co-founded. Her investment portfolio includes small middle market companies across a broad range of industries including business services, health care services, telecommunications, transportation and logistics, consumer products, and manufacturing.

Karin Gregory, J.D.

Co-Founder & Managing Partner
Karin is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Blue Highway Capital. She has over 30 years of business experience as an attorney, executive and early stage investor. She spent five years as Vice President at Mass Ventures, an early stage socially responsible venture capital fund focused on urban and rural areas of Massachusetts.

Ryan Pierce

Ryan is a Principal of Blue Highway Capital. Prior to joining Blue Highway, Ryan was a Vice President at Mufson Howe Hunter & Company, a middle-market investment bank focused primarily on M&A and the private placement of growth capital for first-to-market, privately-held companies in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
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