Wyc is the NBA Governor of the Celtics, the Chair of the NBA Planning Committee, and is a member of the NBA Labor Relations, Audit, Compensation and Finance Committees. Wyc named the investment group "Banner 17 LLC" to signify his primary goal, returning the Celtics to contention for their 17th World Championship. He was honored to accept the Larry O'Brien Trophy signifying that championship on June 17, 2008, as the Celtics defeated the Lakers by 39 points and became World Champions for the first time in 22 years. On behalf of his partners and Celtics fans everywhere, Wyc dedicated the victory to the franchise patriarch, Red Auerbach. Prior to purchasing the Celtics with his partners, Wyc served as a General Partner of Highland Capital Partners, co-managing $1.8 billion in venture capital funds. He led successful investments in medical technology, software and health care services. His earlier career included four years as a venture capital lawyer in Silicon Valley and two years as a manager in a public biotech company. Wyc holds a bachelor's degree in history from Princeton University (1983), a law degree from the University of Michigan (1986) and an MBA from Stanford Business School where he was a Miller Scholar (1992). At Princeton he rowed on the undefeated varsity eight that claimed the Ivy League and national rowing championships in 1983. Wyc and his wife, Corinne, are dedicated to assisting several New England area charities including Children's Hospital Boston; Perkins School for the Blind; Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation; National Braille Press, Horizons for Homeless Children; Cradles to Crayons; and Lovelane Special Needs Riding Program.