Tom Hale

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Tom Hale
Born (1968-09-05) September 5, 1968 (age 53)
Other namesThomas Hale
OccupationCEO of Oura Health
Known forPresident of Momentive.ai, formerly known as Surveymonkey and COO of HomeAway
Board member ofCars, RocketReach, Noiseaware, Intralinks, ReahLocal

Tom Hale (born 1968) is an American technology executive. He is the CEO of Oura Health Oy, [1] maker of the Oura smart ring. He is the former president of Momentive (NASDAQ:MNTV) [2] and Chief Operating Officer of HomeAway.

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Hale is an independent director for Cars.com (NYSE:CARS), [3] RocketReach and Noiseaware. Past board roles include Intralinks [4] and ReachLocal. [5] He was Chief Product Officer of Linden Lab, the company that operates Second Life, from 2008 to 2010.

He was previously the General Manager of the Knowledge Worker Business Unit at Adobe Systems with responsibility for the Acrobat and web conferencing businesses. [6] He served in various management positions at Macromedia, now owned by Adobe. After leaving Adobe he joined Redpoint Ventures as an Entrepreneur-In-Residence.

Hale earned his BA from Harvard University.

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References

  1. "ŌURA-Names Tom Hale as New Chief Executive Officer".
  2. "Surveymonkey hires former HomeAway COO Tom Hale".
  3. "Cars Board of Directors".
  4. "Intralinks".
  5. "ReachLocal".
  6. "O'Reilly Tom Hale Bio".