Gregory W. Slayton

Printer-friendly version

Gregory Slayton

The Honorable Gregory W. Slayton served as the United States Consul General/Chief of Mission to Bermuda under both the Bush and Obama administrations. He is credited with turning around the US Mission to Bermuda and initiating a number of programs that have become international models at the Department of State.

Extended twice by the Obama Administration, Mr. Slayton was presented with the Distinguished Foreign Service Award in April of 2010 by Members of Congress.  He and his wife co-produced a Bermuda bestseller (“400 Years of Friendship: US/Bermuda Relations 1609 – 2009) that honored Bermuda’s 400th anniversary and generated over $250,000 for local Bermuda charities.

Mr. Slayton is today the Managing Director of Slayton Capital and an Adjunct Professor at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.  Mr. Slayton, a well known high tech CEO and Venture Capitalist in Silicon Valley prior to his diplomatic assignment, has also served on the Board of Advisors of a number of well known high tech leaders including Google and

Mr. Slayton, an honors graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Business School, was also a US Fulbright Scholar to Asia, where he earned a Masters in Asian Studies, again with honors.

Mr. Slayton and his wife Marina have been married for over 20 years and have four children, of whom they are deeply proud. The family lives primarily in Hanover, NH.