|Stanford University, Engineering|
Marc Theeuwes, Venture Partner, brings over 18 years of experience in management, engineering, and business development working with Fortune 500 and private corporations such as Nokia, Sony (Gracenote), LifeChart, OmniCell, Johnson & Johnson, and Syntex. His past responsibilities have included VP Corporate Development, Director of Operations / Engineering, and Director Mobile Products. Marc is also a Stanford University Consulting Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and is the founding professor of Stanford’s ME233 course “Make It Big, Crossing The Entrepreneur’s Gap.” At Stanford he was awarded the California Microwave Award in Electrical Engineering and the AIM Fellowship from the School of Engineering and Business. He holds a Masters of Science in Engineering from Stanford, an MBA in Finance from Santa Clara University, a BS and BA from UC Davis, and an AS in Computer Science. Marc is based in Menlo Park, California.