Bill Helman '80 is a partner with Greylock, a venture capital firm focused on investments in technology, consumer internet, and health care. He joined Greylock in 1984 and has been a managing partner since 1997. He serves on the Board of The Ford Motor Company and Zipcar.
Diana Taylor is the Managing Director for Wolfensohn & Company, a strategic consulting and investment firm. She joined Wolfensohn in 2007, prior to which she served as New York State superintendent of banks and chairwoman of the New York State Banking Board.
About the Conference
Dartmouth Ventures is an annual conference on entrepreneurship established in 2002 for students, faculty, researchers, alumni, and staff at Dartmouth and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (previously under the name of ‘Greener Ventures'). Aimed at developing entrepreneurial aptitude and encouraging entrepreneurial activity among members of the Dartmouth community, this day-long event brings nationally-recognized entrepreneurial leaders, many Dartmouth alumni, to discuss pertinent topics and issues involved with entrepreneurial initiatives.
Dartmouth Ventures 2013 is organized by the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network (DEN), the Entrepreneurship Initiative at Tuck, and Tuck's Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship.