Wallace Hawley

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Wallace (Wally) Hawley "is a co-founder of InterWest Partners (1979), one of the larger venture capital partnerships in the United States formed to make equity investments in diversified U.S. growth companies which range in size from seed-stage to later-stage investments. Mr. Hawley’s prior experience includes McKinsey & Co; President of SVH North American Holding Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Netherlands corporation, and InterWest Partners.

"He has a long track record of profit and non-profit board activity. Currently he is an advisory Board Member of five organizations. He is also a National Trustee of Young Life, Chairman Emeritus of the Advisory Board of Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research, and Founder of the Faith Works Silicon Valley among other current and past organizations.

"Mr. Hawley has a B.A. from Stanford University and an M.B.A. from Harvard University. He lives with his wife of 44 years in Atherton, CA and they have two daughters and three grandchildren." [1]

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  1. Wallace Hawley, Leadership Network, accessed December 15, 2008.