Term: March 24, 2016 – June 30, 2020
Henry McCance is chairman emeritus of Greylock Partners, a technology-focused venture capital fund, where he started in 1969 after serving two years in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. During this 40-year venture capital career, Greylock raised a series of 12 partnerships, with current capital in excess of $3 billion, and helped build more than 400 developing companies. McCance has received the National Venture Capital Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award and the Harvard Business School Award for Alumni Achievement.
McCance is the co-chair of Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, which he co-founded in 2006, as a new non-profit which uses the venture capital model to fund breakthrough research in Alzheimer’s disease. He is also the director of New Profit and the McCance Foundation and served as a member of the Yale Investment Committee from 2003-11. In 2010, McCance became a partner in Fenway Sports Group, owner of the Boston Red Sox and Liverpool FC. He is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Business School.