Morton E. Goulder, An American Entrepreneur, Founder of The Breakfast Club recently passed away at 87 years strong.
Morton Goulder was a founder, director, and vice president of Sanders, which grew to be a billion-dollar business in defense electronics. While there he originated and managed the divisions that invented the word processor.
From 1973 to 1977, Goulder served as deputy assistant secretary of defense for Intelligence and Warning. He then became a consultant and investor in the high tech industry. Goulder was a founder for the first small business investment corporation and served nearly 20 years as a director of the Bank of New Hampshire.
Goulder founded The Breakfast Club, a group of successful high-tech entrepreneurs who have invested in over 50 start-ups. He served as a director of numerous listed and non-listed high-tech companies and is a limited partner in a number of high-tech venture capital firms.
Goulder was a former Naval Officer and a graduate of MIT in Applied Physics