Tony Audino is the founding president of the Microsoft Alumni Foundation where he currently sits on the board. Audino also founded the Microsoft Alumni Network (MSA) which was one of the first formal online alumni communities.
Audino joined Microsoft in 1987, holding several management positions over the next seven years. In his role as the Director of Marketing for MS-DOS, he had worldwide product management responsibility for this $600 million business. He also served as Director of Business Development and Strategic Relations for Microsoft's Systems Software Division; prior to joining the Systems Software Division, he worked in the Company's Finance group.
In October 2006, Audino founded Conenza to help other organizations leverage corporate social networking technology to build engaging and highly-rewarding extended talent communities. Today Conenza builds and manages the global corporate communities of some of Fortune Magazine’s Most Admired Companies. Prior to starting Conenza, co-founded Voyager Capital in 1997, a Pacific Northwest-based venture capital firm with $365 million under management, and served on the board of more than a dozen public and private organizations.
Audino's community involvement includes serving on the Executive Committee and Board of Trustees for the Fulcrum Foundation, created to ensure that Catholic schools remain excellent and accessible to all.