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Wallace R. Hawley

Board member
Food and nutrition
Brynwood Partners
United States of America


    Mr. Wallace R. Hawley, also known as Wally, is a Special Advisor at Anthos Capital, L.P. Mr. Hawley is also employed at Best Associates. He is a Guest Lecturer at Stanford Business School. Prior to that, he was the President of SHV North America Holding Corporation. Before this, Mr. Hawley served as the President of the San Francisco Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth. Previously, he was a Consultant with McKinsey and Company, Inc. Mr. Hawley serves as a Member of Advisory Board at Brynwood Partners, Rosewood Partners, and the Legacy Foundation. He serves as an Advisor at Noro-Moseley Partners. Mr. Hawley was the Co-Founder and General Partner of InterWest Partners, which he founded in 1979. Mr. Hawley was an Advisor at Wingate Partners. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the Center for Economic Policy Research at Stanford University. Mr. Hawley is a Trustee of the Foundation for Teaching Economics. He is a Board Member of the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship and Member of Board of Trustees of Young Life. Previously, Mr. Hawley served as a Board Member of the Sanford Institute at Duke University and Director and Officer for the Western Association of Venture Capitalists. He has a history of service on numerous Boards and Advisory Boards of companies and non-profit organizations including the Sanford Institute of Public Policy at Duke University. Mr. Hawley is also Chairman Emeritus of the Advisory Board of Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research. He served as a Member of Advisory Board at Significant Partners. He has played a formative role in the success of more than 200 companies. Mr. Hawley holds an M.B.A. from Harvard University and a B.A. degree from Stanford University.  

Research Interest

 Food & Industrial Microbiology   

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