Leadership

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Mike Grossman

Mike Grossman

CEO

Management
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Mike Grossman has spent 20 years as an entrepreneurial CEO, running a series of innovative, venture capital funded SaaS companies. Most recently, Mike was CEO of SugarSync, a leading cloud storage provider acquired in March 2015 by j2 Global. Prior to SugarSync, Mike was CEO of three other venture backed SaaS companies: Attributor, Tempo Payments, and LiveCapital. Mike also has significant experience with larger companies, including Johnson & Johnson, McKinsey & Company, and Intuit. Mike has degrees in economics and law from Harvard University.

Jeff Whitehead

Jeff Whitehead

Chief Technology Officer

Management
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Jeff Whitehead is responsible for Zetta's service operations, product development, and customer support. He co-founded Zetta in 2008 with the goal of leveraging the cloud to improve the status quo in storage and backup technology. Throughout his 20 year career in enterprise IT, Jeff has held major roles at some of the largest and most influential companies in Silicon Valley, including being CIO and VP at Shutterfly and Director of Operations at Shopping.com (eBay). Jeff  began his career at Netscape, where he administered one of the first large scale websites and developed the groundwork for innovative global load balancing techniques.

Lou Montulli

Lou Montulli

Co-founder & Chief Scientist

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Most recently Lou Montulli was VP of Engineering at Shutterfly. Prior to its acquisition by Shutterfly, Lou was co-founder and CEO of Memory Matrix, a company that built highly scalable consumer photo services applications. Prior to that Lou was a co-founder and director of operations at Epinions.com. Lou was a founding engineer at Netscape Communications where his responsibilities included the first cross-product networking and caching libraries, cookies, and many other key innovations in HTTP and HTML. Lou was a key early innovator in the web having written the Lynx web browser while at the University of Kansas.

Skip Glass

Skip Glass

Foundation Capital

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Skip joined Foundation Capital in 2007, and works to assist the firm's portfolio companies and help in the assessment of potential new investments. He has more than 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur, investor, and advisor to dozens of successful software, networking, and security companies, including as CEO and President of URoam (acquired by F5), COO of Kiva (acquired by Netscape), VP of Field Operations at Illustra (acquired by Informix), VP of Marketing at Sybase, and trading area manager at IBM.  While working with Foundation Capital, Skip has been instrumental in assisting a number of portfolio companies with executive recruiting, corporate strategy, and establishing senior customer relationships. 

Greg Gretsch

Greg Gretsch

Jackson Square Ventures

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Greg is a founding partner of Jackson Square Ventures. He was a serial 3X founder prior to becoming a professional investor. His most successful startup was Connectify, which was acquired by Kana, a leading customer support software company. He has been fortunate enough to lead early rounds in two companies that have reached the hallowed billion-dollar mark. His focus is on potential category-leading companies, including sales and marketing software, storage, and marketplaces.
Read Greg's blog at: http://www.greggretsch.com