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With over 20 years growing and leading technology companies, Frank Bien built his career on nurturing strong corporate culture and highly efficient teams.. Prior to Looker, Frank was SVP of Strategy for storage vendor Virsto (acquired by VMware) and VP of Strategic Alliances at big-data pioneer Greenplum, leading their acquisition by EMC (now Pivotal). He led Product Marketing and Strategy at early scale-out data warehousing company Sensage and was VP of Solution Sales at Vignette/OpenText. Earlier in his career he held executive roles at Dell and the Federal Reserve.
Lloyd Tabb spent the last 25 years revolutionizing how the world uses the internet and, by extension, data. Originally a database & languages architect at Borland, Lloyd founded Commerce Tools, acquired by Netscape. As the Principal Engineer on Netscape Navigator Gold, he led several releases of Communicator and helped define Mozilla.org. Lloyd later was CTO of LiveOps, co-founder of Readyforce and founder then advisor to Luminate. Lloyd combined his passion for data, love of programming languages and commitment to nurturing talent when he founded Looker.
Ben Porterfield has worked in both engineering and product roles at numerous startups in and around Silicon Valley. He was the lead engineer at Sticky, Inc., later acquired by DeviceVM. He also co-founded Rally Up, a mobile startup acquired by AOL in 2010. At Looker, Ben leads the engineering team to create the best and most accessible BI platform available today.
Joe Moran has been working in technology finance for over 20 years, holding the role of CFO at Intraspect (aquired by Vignette), Telephia (acquired by Neilsen), and Calico Commerce (acquired by PeopleSoft), and before that as the VP of Finance at Sybase, which was acquired by SAP. Prior to joining Looker as our CFO, Joe worked as a consulting CFO for a number of early-stage technology companies while with The Brenner Group.
Colin Zima employs data to drive better decision making across businesses of all sizes, including high-growth start-ups and large corporations. Prior to Looker, Colin served as the Director of Data Science and Business Intelligence at HotelTonight, which he joined through the acquisition of his start-up, PrimaTable. Prior to founding PrimaTable, Colin spent several years as a statistician at Google in search ranking.
Jen Grant spent the last 15 years building powerhouse brands from the ground-up. As the first executive marketing hire at Box, she oversaw its growth from a small “consumer back-up” start-up to an industry-leading enterprise content collaboration company used by the majority of the Fortune 500. After Box, she spent a few years advising Homebrew’s portfolio, on the board of directors of nonprofit K-12 Team, and led the rebranding of Elastic as CMO. Prior to Box, Grant spent 4 years at Google leading the Google Apps EDU, Gmail and Book Search marketing teams.
For the last 25 years, Lambert Billet has led sales and BD teams from start-ups to large technology companies. As a VP of Sales at Endeca, Lambert led the teams selling Endeca's leading Information Access Software Platform. Prior to Endeca, Lambert was VP of the Americas for HP Software Business Intelligence & Information Management, and GM of Americas at Vignette. In his early career he was part of Sun Microsystems, as well as a successful IPO at Marimba. Lambert recently led sales & business development for an innovative data discovery analytics start-up, Ayasdi.
Keenan Rice has focused his career on building partnerships and developing corporate strategy in high-growth enterprise software companies. At Limelight Networks, he ran demand generation and marketing operations, while helping to reposition Limelight from a pure content delivery network (CDN) to a global digital media software provider. Most recently, Keenan worked at Turn, the leading marketing platform for real-time bidding, to drive interactive marketing and up-level the company’s position in the digital advertising industry.
Tait has 20+ years of experience in field engineering management. Before joining Looker, he was VP of Worldwide Field Technical Sales & Services at Cloudera, where he led the growth of their sales engineering and professional services teams. Prior to Cloudera, Tait built the worldwide technical field sales and services organization—from the ground up—at Composite Software.
Heidi Schriefer has spent 20+ years in Human Resources in high-tech, biotech, and consumer companies including GE, Sun Microsystems, Clarify, Novo Nordisk and Nike. Most recently Heidi led HR efforts for Yahoo's and Uber's Product & Tech organizations. She claims to know a thing-or-two about global HR, talent management, change management, management development, performance management and executive coaching. Originally from Michigan (Go Blue!), Heidi and her four-legged children plan on taking advantage of what Santa Cruz has to offer.
Throughout his career, Daniel Mintz has focused on how people interact with data and how they can use it to get better at what they do. He’s passionate about the way analytics can help tackle the world’s toughest challenges. Previously, he was Head of Data & Analytics at fast-growing media startup Upworthy. Before that he was Director of Analytics at political powerhouse MoveOn.org.
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