Executives

12

Board of Directors

3

Glooko Board of Directors

3 Board of directors

Glooko has 3 board of directors, including Julie Papanek Grant.

Name

Firm

Work History

Other Seats

Julie Papanek Grant

Julie leads investments in biopharma and digital health companies at Canaan and is laser focused on identifying companies that will tangibly improve patient care. In 2015, Julie led the Series C financing for Protagonist Therapeutics (PTGX), which is developing orally stable peptides to treat autoimmune disorders. The company went public in 2016 and entered into a $990 million partnership with Janssen Pharmaceuticals in 2017. During her time at Canaan, Julie also led the investment for Cellular Research and supported Dermira, Labrys Biologics, CytomX, Unchained Labs, Chrono Therapeutics, Genome Medical, Glooko and Truveris. Julie serves on the board of the Biden Cancer Initiative. She also co-chairs Planned Parenthood Northern California’s IT Advisory Board. In 2017 Julie was named one of Silicon Valley Business Times’ 40 Under 40. A seasoned athlete, Julie biked 4000 miles across the country to raise money for Habitat for Humanity, and was a college sailing national champion. Prior to joining Canaan, Julie worked at Genentech to bring oncology products to market, holding roles in development, business development and marketing. She holds an M.B.A. from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, a M.Phil. from Cambridge University in BioScience Enterprise and a B.S. in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry from Yale University.

Glooko

Tracy L Bahl

Glooko

Yogen Dalal

Yogen Dalal is an entrepreneur, engineer, and Silicon Valley executive who has been at Mayfield since 1991. He invests in the internet/digital media and enterprise software areas. Prior to joining Mayfield, Yogen was a founding member of two successful startups, Claris Corporation and Metaphor Computer Systems. Yogen was also a member of the original Star and Ethernet development teams at Xerox, and a co-author of the TCP Specification in 1974 while at Stanford University. His Ethernet industry blog can be found at www.ethernethistory.com . Yogen earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Stanford and a B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay where he was honored as a Distinguished Alum. He serves on the board of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, a nationally acclaimed professional non-profit theater company in Ashland, Oregon, and Northern California Public Broadcasting (KQED, KTEH, KQET, KQEI). Yogen is a Charter Member of The Indus Entrepreneurs and a former board member of the Entrepreneurs Foundation and TheatreWorks. Student of Vint Cerf the teams pioneering work on the design of the TCP protocol has been recognized with a "Birth of the Internet" plaque in the Gates Building at Stanford University. Theater enthusiast and collector of black and white photographs of rock stars of the '60s taken by iconic photographers such as Jim Marshall, Henry Diltz and Barry Feinstein. Have visited Kathmandu, Khartoum, and Saigon as the son of a career diplomat.

Glooko

Name

Julie Papanek Grant

Tracy L Bahl

Yogen Dalal

Firm

Work History

Julie leads investments in biopharma and digital health companies at Canaan and is laser focused on identifying companies that will tangibly improve patient care. In 2015, Julie led the Series C financing for Protagonist Therapeutics (PTGX), which is developing orally stable peptides to treat autoimmune disorders. The company went public in 2016 and entered into a $990 million partnership with Janssen Pharmaceuticals in 2017. During her time at Canaan, Julie also led the investment for Cellular Research and supported Dermira, Labrys Biologics, CytomX, Unchained Labs, Chrono Therapeutics, Genome Medical, Glooko and Truveris. Julie serves on the board of the Biden Cancer Initiative. She also co-chairs Planned Parenthood Northern California’s IT Advisory Board. In 2017 Julie was named one of Silicon Valley Business Times’ 40 Under 40. A seasoned athlete, Julie biked 4000 miles across the country to raise money for Habitat for Humanity, and was a college sailing national champion. Prior to joining Canaan, Julie worked at Genentech to bring oncology products to market, holding roles in development, business development and marketing. She holds an M.B.A. from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, a M.Phil. from Cambridge University in BioScience Enterprise and a B.S. in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry from Yale University.

Yogen Dalal is an entrepreneur, engineer, and Silicon Valley executive who has been at Mayfield since 1991. He invests in the internet/digital media and enterprise software areas. Prior to joining Mayfield, Yogen was a founding member of two successful startups, Claris Corporation and Metaphor Computer Systems. Yogen was also a member of the original Star and Ethernet development teams at Xerox, and a co-author of the TCP Specification in 1974 while at Stanford University. His Ethernet industry blog can be found at www.ethernethistory.com . Yogen earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Stanford and a B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay where he was honored as a Distinguished Alum. He serves on the board of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, a nationally acclaimed professional non-profit theater company in Ashland, Oregon, and Northern California Public Broadcasting (KQED, KTEH, KQET, KQEI). Yogen is a Charter Member of The Indus Entrepreneurs and a former board member of the Entrepreneurs Foundation and TheatreWorks. Student of Vint Cerf the teams pioneering work on the design of the TCP protocol has been recognized with a "Birth of the Internet" plaque in the Gates Building at Stanford University. Theater enthusiast and collector of black and white photographs of rock stars of the '60s taken by iconic photographers such as Jim Marshall, Henry Diltz and Barry Feinstein. Have visited Kathmandu, Khartoum, and Saigon as the son of a career diplomat.

Other Seats

Glooko

Glooko

Glooko

Glooko Management Team

12 Team Members

Glooko has 12 executives. Glooko's founder is Yogen Dalal. Glooko's current Chief Executive Officer is Russ Johannesson.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Yogen Dalal

Founder

Current

Russ Johannesson

Sharecare, UnitedHealth Group, Carlson Marketing Group, Publicis Sapient, and Deloitte

Chief Executive Officer

Current

Stephen Lien

Chief Financial Officer

Current

Komathi Stem

Chief Operating Officer

Current

Kyle Brown

Chief Technology Officer

Current

Name

Yogen Dalal

Russ Johannesson

Stephen Lien

Komathi Stem

Kyle Brown

Work History

Sharecare, UnitedHealth Group, Carlson Marketing Group, Publicis Sapient, and Deloitte

Title

Founder

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Status

Current

Current

Current

Current

Current

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