Henry was previously Worldwide President for Donovan Data Systems, building transaction volume to $85bn per year. He received a degree in mechanical engineering from Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and then his MBA from Harvard Business School as a Baker Scholar.
Brian previously founded SNAPin Software, which was sold to Nuance for $200 million. Prior to SNAPin, Brian founded Action Engine, for which he was named a Computerworld Smithsonian laureate. He began attending the University of Southern California at the age of 15, and later was mentored by William Lear, the creator of the Lear Jet.
Tom’s successful investments include Airspan, SNAPin, Qpass and Tegic Communications. He also co-founded and was the first CEO of Metawave Communication. He received a BA and a BSIE from Columbia University and MBA from Stanford University.