Jack Huffard

Advisory Council Member

Jack Huffard

Jack is a NOLS graduate of the Wind River Wilderness Course (30 day) in 1990. Jack is a native of Georgia and currently lives in McLean, VA with his wife, Katie, and three sons, Jack, Sam, and Brown.

Jack is an accomplished start-up and growth software executive with more than 20 years of global go-to-market, operational and strategic planning experience. Jack has the rare perspective of taking a company from founding through IPO and beyond as a public company. Jack co-founded Tenable (NASDAQ: TENB) in 2002.

Jack has a B.S. from Washington and Lee University and an M.B.A. from Babson College. He currently serves on Tenable’s (NASDAQ: TENB), Norfolk Southern Railroad’s (NYSE: NSC) and Immersive Labs’ corporate boards as well as the Williams School Advisory Board for Washington and Lee University. Jack was appointed by the White House as a member of NSTAC (National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee) in 2020, an advisory committee that provides advice to the President on our Nation’s critical national security and emergency preparedness. He also is a member of the Goldman Sachs Software Council.