Mac Harman's entrepreneurial spirit emerged at age three, selling repurposed tennis balls as dog toys. In 2006, he founded Balsam Hill, a global retailer of holiday and home décor. Before Balsam Hill, Mac served as CEO of Progress Wire Products, held marketing roles at Clorox, worked in business development at the Cleveland Clinic, and consulted at McKinsey & Company. Recognized as an EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist and Silicon Valley "40 under 40" honoree, Mac is an angel investor, mentor, and startup advisor. Committed to family, he's an avid skier with degrees from Stanford Business School and Williams College.