Tim Boyd (a.k.a. "wojtyla4") joined MKM Partners in December 2009 as an analyst covering the Internet sector. Prior to MKM, Mr. Boyd covered Internet stocks for both Broadpoint. AmTech and Caris & Company. He began his career on Wall Street in 2001 as a derivatives trader for Bridgewater Associates. Mr. Boyd graduated magna cum laude from Connecticut College with degrees in Philosophy and The Classics. He was a three-time All-American in Men’s Lacrosse and was named Connecticut College Athlete of the Year for 2001. For those who can't help but wonder, "wojtyla" refers to Pope John Paul II, whose given name was Karol Josef Wojtyla, The "4" refers to my college lacrosse number (the world can always use a little more pathetically nostalgic narcissism, don't you think?). Tim re-joined AmTech in April 2007 to cover the Internet sector after spending the past two years covering Internet stocks at Caris & Company, a NYC-based research boutique. Tim had previously worked at AmTech as an associate analyst under veteran internet analyst, Mark Mahaney. Tim began his Wall Street career in 2001 as a derivatives trader at Bridgewater Associates, a Westport-based institutional hedge fund. Tim graduated magna cum laude from Connecticut College with degrees in Philosophy and the Classics. He was a three-time All-American midfielder on the Camels’ lacrosse team, a center on the hockey team, and was named Connecticut College Athlete of the Year in 2001.