Board and Investors

Damian Stanley

Managing Partner of InfraBridge

Damian Stanley is the managing partner of InfraBridge (formerly known as AMP Capital). Mr. Stanley joined AMP Capital in 2015 and led key investments including in ESVAGT, Leeds Bradford Airport and London Luton Airport, as well as the divestment of CLH. Mr. Stanley has over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry having started his career at PwC in London as a Chartered Accountant and then as a Corporate Financier with Commerzbank Securities. Mr. Stanley has extensive experience leading transactions and managing assets within the infrastructure space, with a predominant focus on the transport sector. He was most recently a director of the Australian board of Whitehelm Capital and Chairman of its UK subsidiary board. Previous roles have included Head of Infrastructure Investment Advisory, EMEA at Morgan Stanley and Managing Director, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets at Macquarie Group in Sydney and London. Mr. Stanley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Bristol, United Kingdom.

Alastair Small

Principal, InfraBridge

Alastair Small is a Principal at InfraBridge, a division of DigitalBridge acquired from AMP Capital. Alastair joined AMP Capital in 2016 and has extensive experience across the diversified infrastructure space including digital, energy transition and healthcare services. He was involved in the acquisitions of Axion, Valley Healthcare, Regard & CMG (now Achieve Together), VX Fiber and led the sales of Adven and Speed Fibre Group. In addition to leading on transaction origination and execution, he is actively involved in the day-to-day asset management of Expedient, Achieve Together and InfraBridge’s JV with Invenergy. He started his career at KPMG’s Corporate Finance team in London before being seconded to Tokyo. Alastair holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Nottingham and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

Shawn McGorry


Shawn McGorry serves as the Chairman of Expedient with more than 40 years of experience in the telecommunications and information technology industries. Prior to taking on the role of Chairman, Shawn served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the company and successfully transitioned Expedient from a boutique, local Internet Service Provider (ISP) with one colocation facility, to a nationwide managed cloud service provider with 14 data centers in 10 different cities.

He orchestrated the sale of Expedient to Landmark Media Enterprises in 2005, which provided capital support to deliver exponential business growth and market expansion during a 14-year run. In 2019, he facilitated the transition of the business to AMP Capital (now InfraBridge), which acquired the firm as part of their global digital infrastructure portfolio. Today, Expedient is recognized as one of the nation’s top providers of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).

Before joining Expedient in December of 2003, he spent 6 years as Vice President and COO of, Inc. Shawn helped build Stargate from startup phase to one of the nation’s Top 20 Commercial Internet Service Providers in less than 5 years. Stargate earned dozens of industry accolades, including recognition as the nation’s fastest growing Inner-City Company, by INC Magazine. Prior to entering the Internet industry, Shawn spent 16 years with TeleCommunications Inc. (TCI), which became AT&T Broadband in 1999 and then sold to Comcast Communications in 2002. During his cable industry tenure, Shawn held many positions including General Manager for TCI of Western Pennsylvania, TCI’s largest single operating unit, and at that time, the nation’s largest consolidated cable television system. In 1996, he was honored as “System Operator of the Year,” by the Pennsylvania Cable and Telecommunications Association. Shawn is a 1980 Graduate of Clarion State University with a B.S. in Business Marketing/Management. He also earned an MBA, from the Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh with an emphasis on Finance.

Shawn has been married to his wife Jeanne for 38 years and they have 2 adult children.

JP Rosato

Operating Partner, DigitalBridge

JP Rosato is an Operating Partner at DigitalBridge, primarily focused on developing opportunities with large enterprise customers across our converged ecosystem of portfolio companies. Mr. Rosato has over 30 years of extensive design, engineering and operations experience within large, complex technology environments. In cooperation with his network of C-level partners, Mr. Rosato has developed and defined a host of innovative services, monetization strategies for technology assets and investments, and groundbreaking partnerships between enterprises and providers.

Prior to joining DigitalBridge, Mr. Rosato was the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of CS Technology. Mr. Rosato provided the vision and executive leadership that enabled CST to change the paradigm for technology advisory services delivery that redefined the space and attracted global 2000 customers resulting in the acquisition of CST by Accenture in June 2021.



InfraBridge is a leading infrastructure investment manager dedicated to investing in mid-market businesses in transportation and logistics, digital infrastructure and energy transition, among other key sectors. The firm’s investment strategy applies private equity rigor with an active approach to asset management in order to maximize value and drive returns on behalf of investors. Formerly AMP Capital’s international infrastructure equity business, InfraBridge is now a division of DigitalBridge Group, Inc. (NYSE: DBRG), a leading global digital infrastructure firm managing a $69 billion portfolio of digital infrastructure assets on behalf of its investors. InfraBridge is headquartered in London, United Kingdom. For more information, visit

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