T. Michael Long Partner
T. Michael Long joined Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. in June 1971 as Assistant to R.V. Roosa. He became a Partner in January 1984.
After working with Mr. Roosa two years in various international monetary and other economic research undertakings, Mr. Long and his colleague (and eventual Partner), Lawrence C. Tucker, co-founded the venture which became the firm’s M&A Advisory business. In the late 1980s Long and Tucker co-founded the 1818 Fund I, LP, the first of seven private equity funds interested in growth capital and structured equity investments managed by Brown Brothers as General Partner.
Mr. Long has served on numerous corporate boards in connection with the Funds’ investments. He was particularly identified with the 1818 Funds’ investments in HCA, Nobel Biocare AB, Gulf Canada Ltd., Hunt International Exploration Co., Med-Source, Western Oilsands, Nuevo Petroleum, Ekco Group, Charles River Laboratories, CMS, Picis, Inc., and Sports Holdings, Co.
Mr. Long graduated from Harvard College in 1965 with an A.B. in Government cum laude. Upon graduation he received the Harvard University Corning Glass Traveling Fellowship for 1965-66, enabling him to visit over 40 countries in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Central America. After working in various capacities for Ohio University and The Boston Consulting Group, Mr. Long attended The Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration where he received an MBA with distinction in 1971.
In addition to his business and professional interests, Mr. Long has served as a Trustee of The Greenwich Country Day School and Ithaca College. Currently, he serves as Chairman of the Boards of both The Healthcare Chaplaincy Network in New York City and The Port Royal Sound Foundation in Port Royal, SC as well as serving as Trustee of UCCEF.