W. Thomas Smith, Jr.

W. Thomas Smith, Jr. Tom is a co-founder and managing partner of TTV Capital. He retired from IBM in 2000 after 30 years of service. From 1996 to his retirement, Tom served as vice president, Small and Medium Business, IBM Americas. Prior to that, he was the southern area general manager appointed in 1986, with responsibility for IBM’s sales, marketing and services business for thirteen states.

Tom’s community affiliations include the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta as Board Chairman for 1998-99, Central Atlanta Progress, the Carter Center and the Woodruff Arts Center. He received the Armin Maier citizenship award from the Atlanta Downtown Rotary Club in 1998.

Tom earned a B.S. degree in industrial management from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1969 and completed the executive program at Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business in 1986. He is currently on the board of directors of:

He previously served on the board of directors of: