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Vineet is the CEO and co-founder of Egnyte. Prior to Egnyte, Vineet founded and successfully built Valdero, a supply chain software solution provider, funded by KPCB, MDV and Trinity Ventures. He has held a rich variety of senior operational positions at KPMG and Bechtel. He has 20 years of experience in building capital-efficient and nimble organizations. Vineet earned a BS in Engineering from Delhi College of Engineering and received an MBA from Santa Clara University.
Tom started his 35-year sales career at IBM, going on to spend seventeen years at BMC Software where he finished his tenure as the VP/GM of their Identify Business Unit. Most recently Tom spent five years as the SVP of Sales and Field Operations at Splunk, before taking on his role as an independent board director for several public and private software companies. Tom holds an MBA from the University of Dayton as well as a Bachelor’s in Finance from The Ohio State University.
Matt Murphy is a Managing Director at Menlo Ventures. His expertise is in both mobile solutions and cloud infrastructure technology. Previously, he was a Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and a board observer at Google (from initial investment to IPO), led KPCB's investment in Autonavi (NASDAQ: AMAP '10), and was a Director at Ocarina Networks (acquired by Dell '10), Peakstream (acquired by Google '08), and Dash Navigation (acquired by RIM '09). roles in high-growth companies.
Mike Maples, Jr. is the managing partner of Floodgate Fund (formerly Maples Investments), and was recently named as one of 8 Rising VC Stars by Fortune Magazine. Before becoming a full-time investor, Mike was an entrepreneur and operating executive who worked in a variety of senior management roles in high-growth companies.
Joe is a partner in Growth Equity within Goldman Sachs Asset Management, with oversight of the Growth Equity business unit in San Francisco. He is a member of the Asset Management Corporate and Growth Investment committees and previously served as chairman of the Investment Banking Division Growth Investment Committee. Joe joined Goldman Sachs in 1988 as an analyst in Corporate Finance in New York and moved to the Merchant Banking Division (MBD) before departing for business school, and he rejoined the firm in 1994 as an associate in MBD. Joe earned a BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA. Joe serves on the Boards of Directors of Egnyte, Automation Anywhere, Datastax, InfusionSoft, and Transmit Security.
Karim brings over a decade of operational, entrepreneurial and investment experience to his role. He initially joined Google's corporate development team in 2008, the group responsible for all mergers and acquisitions. His primary areas of focus include Internet services and mobile and digital media. Prior to Google, Karim was a venture capitalist at Atlas Venture, where he worked on investments in software and Internet infrastructure. Previously, he was Director of New Ventures at Level 3 Communications, responsible for evaluating new business opportunities and has led product development for the company's voice services. Earlier in his career, Karim held various engineering and marketing roles at Intel, and Siemens. Karim has an MBA from the Harvard Business School, an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, and a BS in Computer Engineering from Brown University.
Dave is a managing partner of Polaris Partners and invests in healthcare & technology. He joined Polaris in 2000 after his first career as an operating executive and entrepreneur.
He currently represents Polaris on the boards of Cohere Health, Egnyte, NDVR, Notarize, OM1, SimonData, Sonrai Security and TauSight.
Prior to joining Polaris, Dave was chief operating officer of Calico. During his leadership, the company evolved from startup through IPO with $55 million in revenues and $3.5 billion market value. Earlier, he was senior vice president of worldwide operations for Pure Atria/Rational Software, a publicly-held market leader acquired by IBM for $2 billion. Before that, in 12 years with Lotus Development in a number of leadership roles including vice president and general manager of sales and services, he helped the company become one of the two largest software companies in the world at that time before it was acquired by IBM for $3.5 billion.
Dave is an Always-On Venture Capital 100 and Venture Capital East 50 recipient and has been named an Always-On “Power Player in the Cloud” and “FinTech Power Player”. He’s been a mentor for TechStars & Harvard iLab, a guest lecturer at Harvard and MIT, and a founding member of the Microsoft Advisory Board. He serves on the Board of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, on its investment committee, and as an advisor to their venture investment efforts. He holds a B.S. from the University of Rhode Island.
Jeff brings a wealth of experience leading financial management at enterprise software and technology companies. He recently retired as CFO of Rapid7 where he served from 2017 to 2021. Previously, he served as CFO at Boston-based cybersecurity company Imprivata where he led the company through a public offering in 2014. Earlier in his career, Jeff was the CFO at ProfitLogic, Inc., and a variety of enterprise software and hardware technology companies, including Torrent Systems, Beyond Incorporated, and Magna Computer Corporation. Jeff began his career at Price Waterhouse, where he was an audit manager after receiving his B.S. in business administration from Northeastern University.
Alexa King is a strategic leader with more than 25 years of experience scaling high-growth technology companies from startup stages through IPO, international expansion and multiple billion-dollar acquisitions. In addition, Alexa is a recognized cybersecurity expert, having spent a decade as Executive Vice President, Corporate & Legal Affairs at cybersecurity pioneer FireEye, and currently as a strategic advisor to Mandiant (recently acquired by Google). She previously served as General Counsel of Aruba Networks, which she helped take public, and spent five years at Siebel Systems, playing an instrumental role in its acquisition by Oracle. From 2016 until early 2022, Alexa served on the Board of Directors of Vocera Communications, a publicly traded clinical communication technology company, where she served on both the Compensation and the Nominating & Corporate Governance committees, the latter as its Chair. Alexa received her B.A. with honors from Harvard College and her J.D. with distinction from University of California Berkeley School of Law.