Board of Directors
Founder and Co-CEO of Workday and Partner at Greylock Partners
Over the last 20 years, Bhusri has been an entrepreneur, product innovator and investor in the enterprise IT market. He started his technology career in the early 1990s at PeopleSoft, where he served in a variety of senior roles, including senior vice president of product strategy and marketing. From 1999 through 2004, Bhusri was vice chairman of PeopleSoft, serving on the board of directors through the takeover of the company by Oracle in 2004. In 2005, Aneel started Workday with his long-time friend and business partner Dave Duffield, founder and former chairman and chief executive officer of PeopleSoft. Since its founding, Workday has grown rapidly and has become the leading provider of cloud-based Human Capital Management (HCM) and financial applications for medium and large enterprises worldwide. As a Partner at Greylock, Bhusri has been an active investor in cloud technologies, with an emphasis on applications, data center infrastructure, and middleware. Most recently, he was the lead investor and chairman of Data Domain, a leading storage provider that was acquired by EMC for \$2.4 B in 2009. He also was an investor and board member of Outlooksoft (acquired by SAP), Polyserve (acquired by HP) and Perfigo (acquired by Cisco). In addition to Workday, Bhusri serves on the boards of Cloudera, Pure Storage, Tidemark, and Data Robotics. He received an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Brown University. He is also a Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute. Bhusri was named to the Forbes Midas List in 2011 (#15), 2009 (#8) and 2008(#16).
President of Currie Capital
Mr. Currie had previously worked at General Atlantic in private equity and previously was a partner and co-founder of the Barksdale Group, an early-stage venture capital firm. Prior to his investment activities, Currie served as chief financial officer for Netscape Communications, leading the company through its IPO in 1995. Before Netscape, he served as chief financial officer of McCaw Cellular Communications and also worked at Morgan Stanley. Currie has served on the boards of CNET, Critical Path, Clearwire, Safeco, Ofoto, Tellme Networks, Sun Microsystems, and Zantaz and is currently on the board of Twitter and Schlumberger. He earned an MBA from Stanford University and went to Williams College.
Co-Founder and General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz
Mr. Horowitz is responsible for the Andreessen Horowitz L.P. and Andreessen Horowitz II, L.P. funds. He was a co-founder and chief executive officer of Opsware, which was acquired by HP in 2007. Horowitz then served as vice president and general manager of Business Technology Optimization for Software at HP. Earlier, he was vice president and general manager of America Online's E-commerce Platform division, where he oversaw development of the company's flagship Shop@AOL service. Previously, Horowitz ran several product divisions at Netscape Communications. He also served as vice president of Netscape's directory and security product line. Before joining Netscape in July 1995, he held various senior product marketing positions at Lotus Development Corporation. Horowitz serves as a Director of Okta, SnapLogic Inc., Factual, Inc., Propel Software Corporation, Skype S.à r.l., and Aliph, Inc. and serves as a Member of the Advisory Board of NearbyNow, Inc. He received an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a B.S. in Computer Science from Columbia University.
President and COO of Tidemark
An industry expert in performance management and enterprise software, Phil has a successful track record of growing companies, building world-class teams and delivering success and business value for customers around the world. He is a member of the Tidemark board of directors.
Phil most recently served as president and chief executive officer of OutlookSoft Corporation, where he led the company's successful sale to SAP AG. Prior to this, Phil served as co-president of PeopleSoft, Inc. until its acquisition by Oracle. An early member of the Peoplesoft team, Phil held various leadership positions including president of the Services Division, VP of Emerging Markets, GM of the Financial Services business unit, and GM of the Midwest Region. Before he joined PeopleSoft, Phil was EVP of Field Operations at Trinet, Inc. and vice president of Sales and Operations at Tesseract Corporation. He received a Bachelor's degree in Marketing and Business Administration from Bradley University.
Managing Director of Redpoint Ventures
Geoff Yang is a Founding Partner of Redpoint Ventures. Prior to founding Redpoint, Geoff was a general partner with IVP, a firm he joined in 1987.
Geoff emphasizes investments in consumer media and infrastructure. His media and advertising investments include Ask Jeeves, Clicker, Efficient Frontier, Excite, Machinima, MySpace and TiVo. His networking investments include Calix, Foundry Networks, Juniper Networks, MMC Networks and Wellfleet.
In addition, Geoff was founding director or previously led investments in Agile Networks, Applied Digital Access, Centillion, Collabra, Crescendo, Golfweb, JotSpot, Netcore Systems, Netlink, Promatory, Rapid City, Shasta Networks and Whitetree.
Geoff is currently on the Advisory Council for the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and previously served on the President’s Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC) as well as a Director of the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) and President of the Western Association of Venture Capitalists (WAVC).
Prior to joining IVP, Geoff was an Associate with First Century Partners and a Marketing Representative at IBM Corp.
Geoff holds a B.S.E. in Engineering from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Founder and CEO of Tidemark
Always seeking to maximize the value to users from technology innovation, Christian Gheorghe has wide-ranging entrepreneurial experience in the design, architecture, development, and deployment of enterprise performance management software. Gheorghe was formerly senior vice president and chief technology officer at SAP, where he drove the technology direction of SAP's EPM and GRC business units before, during, and after the acquisition of Business Objects. Gheorghe joined SAP from OutlookSoft, where he significantly expanded the vision of OutlookSoft's unified application platform with the release of OutlookSoft 5 and the subsequent acquisition of OutlookSoft by SAP. His successful track record of building and leading companies led to the sales of Saxe Marketing (marketing analytics), Customer Insight (customer relationship management), TIAN Software (business activity monitoring), and OutlookSoft (corporate performance management).