Workshop for early stage entrepreneurs
You’ll participate in a workshop that has been used in various accelerator programs, and is designed to help provide some tools that early stage entrepreneurs can use in organizing the day to day workload. You’ll have a chance to prioritize the ones that look most promising based on your current situation. And you’ll hear from others as they sort it all out alongside you.
Thomas Bird has been an entrepreneur and investor in early-stage impact firms since 1988. Professional highlights include serving as: Mentor and entrepreneur in residence at the Harvard Innovation Lab, founder, and CEO of the Silicon Valley information management firm FARM Inc., trustee of the American University in Bulgaria, director of B Lab, managing director of Sonen Capital, and board chair of the Global Giving Foundation.
Tom currently serves on the boards of On Frontiers (as chairman), Sonen Capital, Unleesh, and One Summit, plus on two investment committees for the Patient Capital Collaborative.
He holds a B.A. in Economics from Dartmouth College, an M.B.A from Stanford University, and a Master of Theological Studies degree with an emphasis on ethics from Harvard University.