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LinkedIn Board of Directors

5 Board of directors

LinkedIn has 5 board of directors, including David Sze.

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David Sze

David joined Greylock Partners in January, 2000. He focuses on Consumer Internet/Mobile, Social Networking, Media Convergence, Marketplaces, and Games. David was ranked #16 on the 2014 Forbes Midas List, #10 on the 2013 Forbes Midas List, #4 on the 2012 Forbes Midas List, and #9 on the 2011 Forbes Midas List. David's portfolio companies have included: Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD, subsequently acquired by Microsoft), and Pandora (NYSE: P, subsequently acquired by SirriusXM). He was also on the boards of Vessel (acquired by Verizon), VUDU (acquired by Walmart and subsequently NBCUniversal), PullString (acquired by Apple), WhoSay (acquired by Viacom), Revision3 (acquired by Discovery Communications), Oodle (acquired by QVC), SGN (acquired by MindJolt), and New Edge Networks (acquired by EarthLink). He presently sits on the boards of Discord, Nextdoor, and Caavo, and is an observer on the board of Roblox and Medium. David is a member of the Advisory Board of Northern Light, a leading, early-stage VC firm in China. David is also a Trustee of Yale University, and Rockefeller University, a world-renowned center for research and graduate education in the biomedical sciences, chemistry, bioinformatics and physics. He serves on the Advisory Boards of MLT.org, Questbridge, and The McLaren Racing Group. Before coming to Greylock, David spent over seven years in product management and development at consumer internet, gaming, and media companies ranging in size from small startups through publically traded companies. David was employee number 30 and the first consumer product marketing hire at Excite.com in early 1996. He held roles as GM of Excite.com and VP of Content and Programming for the Excite Network and eventually became SVP of Product Strategy at Excite and then Excite@Home until early 2000 when he joined Greylock. Before Excite, David was in product marketing at Electronic Arts and in product development at Crystal Dynamics, a gaming start-up later acquired by Eidos Interactive. He started his career in management consulting with Marakon Associates and The Boston Consulting Group, and also spent time at HBO. David holds a BA from Yale University and an MBA from Stanford University

LinkedIn

Jeffrey Weiner

Jeff Weiner is the executive chairman of LinkedIn, where he continues to help LinkedIn realize its vision of creating economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce through mentorship, coaching and advising current leadership. Prior to becoming executive chairman in June 2020, Jeff was the CEO of LinkedIn. During his 11-year tenure, LinkedIn grew its membership base from 33M to more than 690M, increased its revenue from $78M to over $7.9B and expanded the team from 338 employees to over 16,000. In addition to his ongoing work at LinkedIn, Jeff is the founding partner of Next Play Ventures, where he’s focused on investing in and coaching early stage start-ups and growth stage companies. He is also a founding LP and serves on the Investment Committee of Concrete Rose Capital, an early stage venture fund focused on investing in diverse founders, start-ups serving underserved communities and/or building diverse teams. Jeff presently resides on the board of directors for Intuit, Donorschoose.org and Everfi, an ed tech company with which he co-founded The Compassion Project, a non-profit whose mission is to ensure compassion is taught in every elementary school in the U.S. Prior to LinkedIn, Jeff was an Executive in Residence at Accel Partners and Greylock Partners, primarily focused on advising the leadership teams of the firm's existing consumer technology portfolio companies while also working closely with the firm’s partners to evaluate new investment opportunities. Previously, he served in key leadership roles at Yahoo! for over seven years, including Executive Vice President of Yahoo!'s Network Division managing Yahoo's consumer web product portfolio, including Yahoo's Front Page, Mail, Search, and Media products.

LinkedIn

Mark Kvamme

LinkedIn

Michael Moritz

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David Sze

Jeffrey Weiner

Mark Kvamme

Michael Moritz

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David joined Greylock Partners in January, 2000. He focuses on Consumer Internet/Mobile, Social Networking, Media Convergence, Marketplaces, and Games. David was ranked #16 on the 2014 Forbes Midas List, #10 on the 2013 Forbes Midas List, #4 on the 2012 Forbes Midas List, and #9 on the 2011 Forbes Midas List. David's portfolio companies have included: Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD, subsequently acquired by Microsoft), and Pandora (NYSE: P, subsequently acquired by SirriusXM). He was also on the boards of Vessel (acquired by Verizon), VUDU (acquired by Walmart and subsequently NBCUniversal), PullString (acquired by Apple), WhoSay (acquired by Viacom), Revision3 (acquired by Discovery Communications), Oodle (acquired by QVC), SGN (acquired by MindJolt), and New Edge Networks (acquired by EarthLink). He presently sits on the boards of Discord, Nextdoor, and Caavo, and is an observer on the board of Roblox and Medium. David is a member of the Advisory Board of Northern Light, a leading, early-stage VC firm in China. David is also a Trustee of Yale University, and Rockefeller University, a world-renowned center for research and graduate education in the biomedical sciences, chemistry, bioinformatics and physics. He serves on the Advisory Boards of MLT.org, Questbridge, and The McLaren Racing Group. Before coming to Greylock, David spent over seven years in product management and development at consumer internet, gaming, and media companies ranging in size from small startups through publically traded companies. David was employee number 30 and the first consumer product marketing hire at Excite.com in early 1996. He held roles as GM of Excite.com and VP of Content and Programming for the Excite Network and eventually became SVP of Product Strategy at Excite and then Excite@Home until early 2000 when he joined Greylock. Before Excite, David was in product marketing at Electronic Arts and in product development at Crystal Dynamics, a gaming start-up later acquired by Eidos Interactive. He started his career in management consulting with Marakon Associates and The Boston Consulting Group, and also spent time at HBO. David holds a BA from Yale University and an MBA from Stanford University

Jeff Weiner is the executive chairman of LinkedIn, where he continues to help LinkedIn realize its vision of creating economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce through mentorship, coaching and advising current leadership. Prior to becoming executive chairman in June 2020, Jeff was the CEO of LinkedIn. During his 11-year tenure, LinkedIn grew its membership base from 33M to more than 690M, increased its revenue from $78M to over $7.9B and expanded the team from 338 employees to over 16,000. In addition to his ongoing work at LinkedIn, Jeff is the founding partner of Next Play Ventures, where he’s focused on investing in and coaching early stage start-ups and growth stage companies. He is also a founding LP and serves on the Investment Committee of Concrete Rose Capital, an early stage venture fund focused on investing in diverse founders, start-ups serving underserved communities and/or building diverse teams. Jeff presently resides on the board of directors for Intuit, Donorschoose.org and Everfi, an ed tech company with which he co-founded The Compassion Project, a non-profit whose mission is to ensure compassion is taught in every elementary school in the U.S. Prior to LinkedIn, Jeff was an Executive in Residence at Accel Partners and Greylock Partners, primarily focused on advising the leadership teams of the firm's existing consumer technology portfolio companies while also working closely with the firm’s partners to evaluate new investment opportunities. Previously, he served in key leadership roles at Yahoo! for over seven years, including Executive Vice President of Yahoo!'s Network Division managing Yahoo's consumer web product portfolio, including Yahoo's Front Page, Mail, Search, and Media products.

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LinkedIn

LinkedIn

LinkedIn

LinkedIn

LinkedIn

LinkedIn Management Team

34 Team Members

LinkedIn has 34 executives. LinkedIn's founder is James J. Barnett. LinkedIn's current Chief Executive Officer is Christian Ivan Mmamba.

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James J. Barnett

Founder

Current

Konstantin Guericke

Earlybird Venture Capital, Presenter, and Jaxtr

Founder

Current

Reid Hoffman

Founder

Current

Christian Ivan Mmamba

Chief Executive Officer

Current

Ryan Roslansky

Chief Executive Officer

Current

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James J. Barnett

Konstantin Guericke

Reid Hoffman

Christian Ivan Mmamba

Ryan Roslansky

Work History

Earlybird Venture Capital, Presenter, and Jaxtr

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Founder

Founder

Founder

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer

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Current

Current

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Current

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