Greg Waldorf was the founding investor in eHarmony, and as its CEO from 2006 to 2010, had overall responsibility for leading all aspects of eHarmony's business. After, he was a CEO-in-residence at the venture capital firm Accel Partners, and he now leads Palo Alto-based Invoice.2go as its CEO.
Waldorf's entrepreneurial endeavors include being a co-founder of Startup, an East Palo Alto non-profit that has provided business training for nearly 500 aspiring entrepreneurs in that community since 1994. He holds a B.A. from the University of California at Los Angeles, and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He has been cited on matters relating to investing and technology in the New York Times, San Jose Mercury News and BusinessWeek among other publications and he has made numerous broadcast appearances on CNBC.
Last Updated: Fri, Jun 5, 2015
|Podcast||5 Must-Haves of an Entrepreneurial Career||Gregory Waldorf||eHarmony||01:00:27||02/2007|
|Video||Working with Great People||Gregory Waldorf||eHarmony||03:32||02/2007|
|Video||Taking Smart Risks While Not Following the Safe Path||Gregory Waldorf||eHarmony||05:26||02/2007|
|Video||Facing the Unexpected with Adaptability||Gregory Waldorf||eHarmony||03:30||02/2007|
|Video||Passion: The Driving Force Behind an Entrepreneurial Career||Gregory Waldorf||eHarmony||04:11||02/2007|
|Video||Do Not Wait: Put your Plan into Action Now||Gregory Waldorf||eHarmony||04:38||02/2007|