Thomas Harman

Thomas Harman

Chief Executive Officer of Progress Wire Products, In Marketing at The Clorox Company

Location:
1221 Broadway, Oakland, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(510) 271-7000

General Information

Education

MBA  - Stanford University

undergraduate degree  - Geosciences , Economics and Environmental Studies , Williams College

Affiliations

Founder  - Balsam Hill

Consultant  - McKinsey & Company

Advisor  - BrandCycle Inc

Board Member  - The American Christmas Tree Association

Board Member, Investor  - Man Crates

Co-Founder  - ProServices Boise , LLC

Founder  - Internet Shopping USA

Founder  - Bunmio Dunowo

Board Member  - OkCupid

Founder  - The ACTA

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Thomas Harman
Thomas Harman CEO Thomas Harman In 2006, Thomas founded our flagship Balsam Hill brand in his Palo Alto, CA apartment and coordinated a terrific group of partners that revolutionized the Christmas tree. Today, Thomas is privileged to work with an exceptional team of colleagues and partners around the world to lead the strategic direction of our products and our company. He retains his role as the lead designer of each of Balsam's Christmas trees, and travels the world in search of the finest products to share with our customers. Thomas' entrepreneurial passion surfaced at age three when he started a business selling dead tennis balls re-purposed as dog toys to neighbors from his trusty red Radio Flyer wagon. More recently, Thomas served for seven years as CEO of Progress Wire Products, in marketing for the Clorox Company, in business development for the Cleveland Clinic, and as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. Thomas has been named an EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award Finalist and honored on the Silicon Valley "40 under 40" list. He is an angel investor, mentor, and board advisor to consumer product and ecommerce startups. He was named an Arjay Miller Scholar in Stanford's MBA program and is a proud Purple Cow, holding an undergraduate degree from Williams College in Geosciences, Economics, and Environmental Studies. If granted a superpower, Thomas would choose the ability to heal. (The ability to create world class ski resorts with endless powder days would be a close second.)

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THOMAS "MAC" HARMAN
CEO BALSAMBRANDS Thomas Harman In 2006, Thomas founded our flagship Balsam Hill brand in his Palo Alto, CA apartment and coordinated a terrific group of partners that revolutionized the Christmas tree. Today, Thomas is privileged to work with an exceptional team of colleagues and partners around the world to lead the strategic direction of our products and our company. He retains his role as the lead designer of each of Balsam's Christmas trees, and travels the world in search of the finest products to share with our customers. Thomas entrepreneurial passion surfaced at age three when he started a business selling dead tennis balls repurposed as dog toys to neighbors from his trusty red Radio Flyer wagon. More recently, Thomas served for seven years as CEO of Progress Wire Products, in marketing for The Clorox Company, in business development for the Cleveland Clinic, and as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. Thomas has been honored on the Silicon Valley "40 under 40" list and is an angel investor, mentor, and board advisor to consumer product and ecommerce startups. He was named an Arjay Miller Scholar in Stanford's MBA program and is proud to be a Purple Cow, holding an undergraduate degree from Williams College in Geosciences, Economics, and Environmental Studies.

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Mac Harman
CEO, Balsam Brands Mac Harman is Founder & CEO of Balsam Brands and an active angel investor, mentor, and board advisor to consumer product and Internet startups. Mac founded Balsam Brands in 2006, which quickly became a leading ecommerce retailer and made the Internet Retailer "Top 500" in just its fourth year of operation. Balsam Brands has also been recognized on the Inc. 5000 and as one of the 25 fastest growing private companies in Silicon Valley. More recently, Mac co-founded ProService, a customer service solution provider. Previously, Mac served for seven years as the CEO of Progress Wire Products; he also worked in marketing for the Clorox Company, in business development for the Cleveland Clinic, and as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. Mac holds an MBA from Stanford and an undergraduate degree from Williams College in Geosciences, Economics, and Environmental Studies.

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