Marketing specialist known for his time with Apple, where he helped propel the original Macintosh computer line by popularizing evangelism marketing. He's also worked for Google and Canva and helped found Garage Technology Ventures.
He attended Stanford University, where he graduated with a psychology degree. He then went to UCLA to attend business school and worked for a jewelry company.
He's also written more than a dozen books, including The Art of the Start. His first, The Macintosh Way, was published in 1990.
He married Beth Kawasaki and has four children.
In 2015, he joined the board of trustees of Wikimedia, which was founded by Jimmy Wales.