Tim McCreery

Tim McCreery is President and CEO of WildPackets, Inc. Tim has over 25 years of experience in the networking industry. Tim co-founded WildPackets as AG Group in 1990. Tim's past positions include Founder and President of Kinetics, Founder and CEO of SilkStream Corporation, and VP of Marketing and Business Development at Excelan, Inc. Tim has also been on the board of other startups, including Clear Ink Corporation and Tut Systems. Tim is also President of the Board of Youth Homes, Inc., a non-profit agency serving at-risk foster care children in Contra Costa County, Calif. Tim graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science and Psychology. Tim taught undergraduate Computer Science at U.C. Berkeley while obtaining a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. He can be reached at tim.mccreery@wildpackets.com.

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