|Stanford University, MS||1995|
|Stanford University, BS||1993|
|Computer Systems Engineering|
John Lilly is a Partner at Greylock since 2011.
Prior to Greylock, John was CEO of Mozilla, the organization behind Firefox, an open source Web browser used by more than 450 million people. John also co-founded Reactivity, an enterprise security infrastructure company acquired by Cisco in 2007, where he served as founding CEO and later CTO.
Earlier in his career, John held positions on the executive team at Trilogy Software and as a Senior Scientist in Apple’s research labs.
John is currently on the Board of Directors of Citrus Lane, Clearslide, Code for America, Mozilla Corporation, and the Participatory Culture Foundation.
He is a board observer at Tumblr, and led Greylock’s investments in Dropbox and Instagram.
John previously served on the Boards of Directors of:
John holds a BS in Computer Systems Engineering and an MS in Computer Science with a focus on Human Computer Interaction, both from Stanford University.
He is currently a Consulting Assistant Professor at Stanford’s Institute of Design in the Engineering School. He is also an adviser to the Stanford Technology Ventures Program as well as StartX (formerly SSE Labs), an incubator with ties to Stanford University.
He is a co-inventor on seven United States patents.
TiECon07 - John Lilly, COO MozillaAdded: 4/10/08