Gordon Stitt ’80 has joined the board of advisors at TAM Technologies. Mr. Stitt’s more than 30 years of experience and entrepreneurial success in the information technology industry will contribute to both TAM Technologies’ and Blue Door Network’s future growth. TAM Technologies is a Northern Virginia based private firm that acts as an incubator for small to medium sized technology companies, dedicated to providing assistance to its portfolio companies in areas that include sales, marketing, and operations. Blue Door Networks, a subsidiary of TAM Technologies, is a communications and information technology company that specializes in providing best-in-class solutions for medium sized enterprises.
Mr. Stitt co-founded Extreme Networks in May 1996 and served as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Extreme Networks, Inc. from its formation until August 2006. Prior to forming Extreme, in 1989, Mr. Stitt co-founded Network Peripherals, Inc., a pioneer in high speed networking. He served as Vice President of Marketing, then as Vice President and General Manager of the OEM Business Unit until 1995. Mr. Stitt holds a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Santa Clara University and a Masters in Business Administration from the Haas School of Business of the University of California, Berkeley.
In addition, Mr. Stitt has served on the Board of Directors for Extreme Networks, and several private companies including RGB Networks, Skyfire Labs and Barracuda Networks. He also serves as chair of the Industry Advisory Board for the Computer Engineering Department at Santa Clara University.
"We are extremely proud to have Mr. Stitt on our Board of Advisors,” said Frank Carlucci, TAM Technologies CEO and President. “Mr. Stitt has an outstanding track record of startup success, value creation and leadership in the information technology industry; we will benefit tremendously from his knowledge, expertise and strategic vision. We’re very happy to welcome him as a member of the board and very fortunate to have him as a resource.”

29 Oct 2018