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Echo360 has 2 executives. Echo360's current Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer is Anthony M Abate.

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Anthony M Abate

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Echo360 Board of Directors

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Echo360 has 3 board of directors, including Chris Holden.

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Chris Holden

Chris Holden brings over 25 years of early stage investing and company-building experience to Court Square, including 11 years with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation in a variety of senior operating, strategy, and executive management roles. From 1995 to 2000 he served as Chief Executive Officer of Kesmai Corporation, a wholly owned software and technology subsidiary of News Corp, which he sold to Electronic Arts and America Online. Prior to becoming CEO of Kesmai, Mr. Holden was vice president of News Technology Group, which held company-wide responsibility for investing in technology and new media businesses, as well as managing the integration and deployment of new technologies across News Corp business units worldwide. He also served on News Corp’s Global Interactive Strategy Taskforce, was a member of the executive team that created iGuide (a joint venture between News Corp and MCI which later became TV Guide Interactive and merged with Gemstar Corporation), and was a senior executive with the News Digital Media Group, which oversaw the online operations of a number of News Corp companies. Prior to joining the News Technology Group, he co-founded the Advanced Media Group for HarperCollins Publishers in New York (a News Corp company) and served as corporate vice president. While at News Corp, Mr. Holden served as a director of numerous private companies in the IT, Software, and media sectors. Mr. Holden left News Corp in 2000 to co-found Court Square Ventures. He has been a board member in CSV I portfolio companies CSTV (sold to CBS), Logic Library (sold to SOA Software), and Verance (still operating). Currently, he is a director of CSV II portfolio companies Emerging Media Group, Grab Networks, Echo360, and Mobile Posse. He serves on the board of the Martha Jefferson Hospital Foundation, the University of Virginia Patent Foundation, and was appointed by Virginia Governor Tim Kaine to the Board of Visitors of Virginia State University. He is a graduate of Woodberry Forest School and Davidson College.

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Gregga Baxter

Gregga Baxter heads GIB’s businesses in New York. He has been with GIB for 35 years in New York, London and the GCC. Extensive corporate finance, asset management and treasury experience in the United States and the GCC. Has completed many notable “first” transactions, including the first-ever international syndicated loan for a Saudi borrower, the first successful IPO for a Saudi issuer, and the establishment of the first major private-sector petrochemical joint-venture in Saudi Arabia. Advised on the privatization of Saudi Telecom and private finance initiatives for the Saudi Electricity Ministry. A US citizen, he holds BA (Hons) and MA from Oxford University, England

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Wayne Weisman

Wayne has been a partner of SCP since its inception and has been involved with private equity and venture capital investing since 1987. He joined Churchill Investment Partners, Inc. as a managing director in 1990 and became Vice President and a member of the board of directors of CIP Capital L.P. at the time of its founding. Wayne is a director or chairman of several companies, including CinemaStar, Inc., Gigared S.A., Anystream, Inc., Deep Breeze, Ltd. and Trig Medical, Inc. He also serves on the investment committee of Vitalife Life Sciences Fund. From 1992 to 1994, Wayne served as Executive Vice President of AffinityBiotech, Inc. where he was responsible for strategic alliances, financial strategy, and mergers and acquisitions. He also oversaw its IPO and merger into the company that subsequently became IBAH, Inc. From 1987 to 1990, Wayne operated a management and financial advisory firm. Wayne began his career at the Philadelphia law firm of Saul, Ewing, Remick & Saul. Wayne received his B.A. cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.

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Chris Holden

Gregga Baxter

Wayne Weisman

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Chris Holden brings over 25 years of early stage investing and company-building experience to Court Square, including 11 years with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation in a variety of senior operating, strategy, and executive management roles. From 1995 to 2000 he served as Chief Executive Officer of Kesmai Corporation, a wholly owned software and technology subsidiary of News Corp, which he sold to Electronic Arts and America Online. Prior to becoming CEO of Kesmai, Mr. Holden was vice president of News Technology Group, which held company-wide responsibility for investing in technology and new media businesses, as well as managing the integration and deployment of new technologies across News Corp business units worldwide. He also served on News Corp’s Global Interactive Strategy Taskforce, was a member of the executive team that created iGuide (a joint venture between News Corp and MCI which later became TV Guide Interactive and merged with Gemstar Corporation), and was a senior executive with the News Digital Media Group, which oversaw the online operations of a number of News Corp companies. Prior to joining the News Technology Group, he co-founded the Advanced Media Group for HarperCollins Publishers in New York (a News Corp company) and served as corporate vice president. While at News Corp, Mr. Holden served as a director of numerous private companies in the IT, Software, and media sectors. Mr. Holden left News Corp in 2000 to co-found Court Square Ventures. He has been a board member in CSV I portfolio companies CSTV (sold to CBS), Logic Library (sold to SOA Software), and Verance (still operating). Currently, he is a director of CSV II portfolio companies Emerging Media Group, Grab Networks, Echo360, and Mobile Posse. He serves on the board of the Martha Jefferson Hospital Foundation, the University of Virginia Patent Foundation, and was appointed by Virginia Governor Tim Kaine to the Board of Visitors of Virginia State University. He is a graduate of Woodberry Forest School and Davidson College.

Gregga Baxter heads GIB’s businesses in New York. He has been with GIB for 35 years in New York, London and the GCC. Extensive corporate finance, asset management and treasury experience in the United States and the GCC. Has completed many notable “first” transactions, including the first-ever international syndicated loan for a Saudi borrower, the first successful IPO for a Saudi issuer, and the establishment of the first major private-sector petrochemical joint-venture in Saudi Arabia. Advised on the privatization of Saudi Telecom and private finance initiatives for the Saudi Electricity Ministry. A US citizen, he holds BA (Hons) and MA from Oxford University, England

Wayne has been a partner of SCP since its inception and has been involved with private equity and venture capital investing since 1987. He joined Churchill Investment Partners, Inc. as a managing director in 1990 and became Vice President and a member of the board of directors of CIP Capital L.P. at the time of its founding. Wayne is a director or chairman of several companies, including CinemaStar, Inc., Gigared S.A., Anystream, Inc., Deep Breeze, Ltd. and Trig Medical, Inc. He also serves on the investment committee of Vitalife Life Sciences Fund. From 1992 to 1994, Wayne served as Executive Vice President of AffinityBiotech, Inc. where he was responsible for strategic alliances, financial strategy, and mergers and acquisitions. He also oversaw its IPO and merger into the company that subsequently became IBAH, Inc. From 1987 to 1990, Wayne operated a management and financial advisory firm. Wayne began his career at the Philadelphia law firm of Saul, Ewing, Remick & Saul. Wayne received his B.A. cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.

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