I see my role as a board member as being an extension of the company’s team, and I love helping founders in whatever way I can. Being an early-stage founder can be a lonely job; I strive to be a trusted partner that is always there for them.
Earlier in his career as an operator, Gary played key roles at three companies that shaped and defined computing in their era. Gary began his career at IBM, where he joined the sales team the year the company launched the PC. During Gary’s tenure, IBM owned 70% of all IT spend. At Sun Microsystems, he rose through the ranks of marketing and product as the company conquered the server market. At Apple, he served as Senior Vice President of the Power Macintosh Division and Vice President of Sales of the Americas.
Gary has a BS in electrical engineering from UCLA and MBA from Harvard Business School.