Henry H. Wong
VC, Serial Entrepreneur, Stanford Mentor in Palo Alto, California
Henry H. Wong has been a prolific and successful entrepreneur, executive mentor and venture investor in Silicon Valley for dozen of years. Henry applies his operational experience, investment talent, and his international expertise to advise, invest in, and build high technology companies with a global vision.
To cope with the fast growing high tech industry, Henry mentors companies and executives to be prepared and plan ahead to deal with the ever-changing dynamic future.
Currently he is the Managing Director in Garage Capital Fund #3, and also the founder of Diamond TechVentures (a family office). Prior to that, Henry was a venture partner at Crystal Ventures where he was actively involved with companies including SMIC, LGC Wireless & Infinera. As an entrepreneur, Henry has had several significant successes, including SS8 Networks Inc., where he was the founder, CEO and Chairman, as well as IP Communications, XaQti Semiconductor, CNet Technology Inc., and Combinet (ISDN Systems), all of which he co-founded, funded and led.
In 2002, Henry was a finalist for the Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year Award.” Henry is the chairman of CSPA.com, a 501(c)3 non-profit. He volunteers as an advisor to several non-profit organizations & is active in the community. Henry holds a BSc degree in Business from the University of Utah & a MBA in Telecom Management from Golden Gate University. He is also a Mentor in the Stanford Graduate School of Business GSB MBA Program, and a Team Mentor in the Technology Venture Formation course MS&E 273 & E145 at Stanford's School of Engineering.