Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Duke University, 1966. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1977.
Founder, Ruby Enterprises, Washington, 1969-1975; founder, chief Executive officer, Combined Supply Group, Washington, 1972-1974; manager, Vermont Investment Capital, South Royalton, 1976-1977; consultant, The Strategic Planning Institute, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1977-1978; principal, Brentwood Associations, Los Angeles, 1979-1984; consultant, Ridgeback Partners, San Francisco, 1984-1986; founder, managing general partner, Quest Ventures, San Francisco, since 1984. Board directors Chang laboratories, San Jose, California, Ruby Concrete Company, Madisonville, Kentucky, Lokring Corporation, Redwood City, California, Custom Collection, SanFrancisco, Bend (Oregon) Membrane Technologies, New World Power, New York, RESNA Industries, San Francisco.
Member Software Entrepreneurs Forum (founder), Harvard Old Boys Club, Rugby Football Club (president 1984-1988).
Married Caryl B. Welborn, April 11, 1987.