Howard Cox is a Special Limited Partner with Greylock Partners.
Howard joined Greylock in 1971 after serving two years in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. In addition to his past Greylock directorships he is a past director of the Boston Globe (Affiliated Publications), Foundation Board of the Forum of Young Global Leaders, Population Council, Partners Healthcare Investment Committee, Kleberg Foundation Investment Committee, and past Chairman of the National Venture Capital Association. He currently is on the boards of Stryker, In-Q-Tel, Brookings Institution, advisory trustee of various Fidelity Mutual Funds, investment committees of Museum of Fine Arts, Brookings, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, also various advisory boards at Harvard Business School, Kennedy School, Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health. He is president of the Clermont Foundation.
Howard received his AB from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton and his JD from Columbia Law where he was an International Fellow. He earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and along with Greylock’s founding partners he received the Harvard Business School Award for Alumni Achievement in 2003. Upon graduation from Princeton, Howard was commissioned a 2d Lieutenant Artillery where he was a Distinguished Military Graduate of the Army R.O.T.C. program. Howard is an active jet aircraft pilot.