Dick Boyce is a senior advisor to ACP. He recently retired from the partnership at TPG Capital, one of the largest global investment partnerships, owning over 100 companies, with over $140 Billion in revenue. He founded and led TPG’s Operating Group, which drives performance improvement across all the TPG companies, from 1997 to 2013. In his first role, he served as the Chief Executive Officer of J.Crew Group, Inc., from 1997-1999, and as a Board member from 1997-2006. He also served as the Chairman of both Burger King Corporation and Del Monte Foods. He currently serves on the board of LPL Investment Holdings and Vigilant Solutions, and is a senior advisor to HP Enterprise, Solamere Capital, Expa, and the Commit Foundation. Prior to joining TPG, Mr. Boyce was a senior officer at PepsiCo. Inc. and was previously a partner at Bain & Company.
Dick received a BSE from Princeton University and received his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. He served on the Mitt Romney 2012 National Board and currently serves on National Council of AEI.