Thomas S. Johnson Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Program Endowment
This fund was established by Thomas S. Johnson in 2007 to support the new Thomas S. Johnson Master of Science Entrepreneurship Program at the Warrington College of Business.
Thomas Johnson earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida in business administration and finance in 1972. He graduated with his master’s degree from Harvard in business administration in 1976. Johnson was the founder of Global Imaging Systems, Inc., which was purchased by Xerox in 2007. He went on to serve as vice president and COO of Danka Business Systems before partnering with GTCR, a private venture capital firm, to found his new company.
Thomas and his wife, Jane, have four children: Timothy, Todd, Troy and Tyler.
Other Warrington College of Business Giving Opportunities
Chester C. Holloway Professorship in Entrepreneurship
Trey Lauderdale Innovation Scholarship
Wells Fargo Faculty Fellowship Fund