Jack Huffard

Advisory Board

Jack Huffard serves as a member on the Advisory Board for Workstorm. He is an accomplished start-up and growth software company executive with more than twenty years of global go-to-market, operational, and strategic planning experience. Huffard has the rare perspective of taking a company from founding through IPO and beyond.

Huffard co-founded Tenable, Inc. (NASDAQ: TENB)—the industry’s first cyber exposure platform—in 2002, and has served on the board of directors since its inception. Tenable’s customers include large government agencies, as well as more than half of the Fortune 500 and more than a quarter of the Global 2000. From founding until 2018, Huffard served as president and COO of Tenable, responsible for driving global corporate strategy and organizational growth.

Before co-founding Tenable, Huffard was the director of corporate development for Enterasys Networks. Prior to Enterasys, he held various management and sales positions at John Hancock and Marriott. He currently serves on the board of directors of Norfolk Southern Corporation, Immersive Labs, Ltd., and W@tchtower LLC. In 2020, Huffard was appointed by the White House as a member of the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee. He also is a member of the Goldman Sachs Software Council.

As an advocate for entrepreneurial leadership education, he sits on the Williams School Board of Advisors for Washington and Lee University and the National Outdoor Leadership School Advisory Board. Huffard received the 2013 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for defense and security. He holds a BS from Washington and Lee University and an MBA from Babson College.