Crick is a serial entrepreneur, father of two, husband of one, and masters swimmer.
He is on the board of directors and advisory board of several companies, and runs EasyNDA, a document management, transaction processing, and access management platform for non-disclosure agreements.
Crick co-founded Ribbit in 2005 and led Ribbit’s strategy and business development activities through sale of the company to British Telecom.
Prior to Ribbit, Crick lead development of consumer fiber-to-the-home, VoIP, DSL, Wi-Fi, and voice over DSL services at AT&T, and was Director of Value Added Services at NorthPoint Communications where he launched one of the Nation’s first voice over DSL services.
Prior to his civilian life, Crick developed nuclear reactor instrumentation and control technology for the U.S. Navy’s fast attack submarine, U.S.S. Seawolf. Crick has served on the Boards of Directors of the DSL Forum and the International Packet Communications Consortium. He has B.S.E.E and M.B.A degrees from Duke University, and a M.S. in Nuclear Engineering.