Tom joined Greylock in 2010 and serves as the COO. He works closely with all marketing, talent/recruiting, network development, and deal flow efforts.
Previously, Tom has co-founded and served as CEO of two venture backed start-ups. Most recently, he was CEO of Simply Continuous, a small-enterprise focused service provider in the large scale data back-up and virtual server recovery business, backed by Greylock Partners that was sold to NetEnrich in 2010. Before that, he was co-founder and CEO of Telephia. Telephia provided syndicated marketing and network quality information to the wireless industry. Funded by OakHill Venture Partners, Centennial Ventures, and AEA Investors, Telephia was sold to Nielsen in 2007 for $440 million.
Before that, Tom was SVP and General Manager for Mindscape’s Entertainment division, before its sale to Learning Company, and a consultant with McKinsey & Co. in their Palo Alto, New York, and Milan offices.
Tom was on the board of directors for Superscape before its sale to Glu Mobile in 2008. He has also served as President of NYSA, a youth soccer league of 1500 players from 2007 to 2010.
Tom holds an MBA from Stanford University and an BS in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University, where he also played varsity soccer.