ACG Silicon Valley Elects E. Thomas Hart As Chairman of the Board
Technology veteran, former QuickLogic CEO lends leadership expertise to exclusive business organization.
September 9, 2014
ACG Silicon Valley, a chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth, today announced its election of E. Thomas Hart as chairman of the board of directors. ACG Silicon Valley is focused on CEOs and senior level executives involved in corporate growth and development as well as mergers and acquisitions for mid- to large- sized companies. Hart currently serves as the non-executive chairman of the board for QuickLogic, where he was formerly chairman, president and CEO. Prior to joining QuickLogic in 1994, he was vice president and general manager at National Semiconductor Corporation of the Advanced Networks Division. “Tom will be a great asset to the board, and his exceptional proficiency in leadership with technology companies will provide an unequal level of expertise needed to lead an organization like ACG Silicon Valley,” said Sally Pera, CEO of ACG Silicon Valley. “I am confident that under Tom’s leadership, the organization will continue to expand on its presence in the Valley as a leader for current and future corporate growth.”
“ACG Silicon Valley has an unparalleled interest in establishing and strengthening local connections with business executives and entrepreneurs,” said Hart. “I look forward to my role on this impressive board of directors as we work toward furthering successful corporate growth in Silicon Valley.” For more information about the organization, please visit: http://www.acg.org/sv/.
ACG’s 14,500 members include professionals from private equity firms, corporations and lenders that invest in middle-market companies, as well as from law, accounting, investment banking and other firms that provide advisory services. Founded in 1954, ACG is a global organization with 56 chapters. Learn more at http://www.acg.org. ACG drives middle market growth.
ACG in Silicon Valley is an exclusive business venue providing CEOs and senior level executives opportunity to network and learn and link to the future of the valley. The 28 year old chapter strives to provide an environment where members, over eighty percent of whom are senior executives in Silicon Valley technology companies, gain access to key insight, knowledge, and connections.