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Rhumbix Board of Directors

5 Board of directors

Rhumbix has 5 board of directors, including Bill Smith.

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Bill Smith

executive leader in SaaS sales, customer management, marketing, operations, and M&A with Taleo, Oracle and PlanGrid. I currently serve as as an Independent Board Director and Company Advisor at Rhumbix and as a Company Advisor at Zenefits.

Isaac Sacolick

CTO, PowerOne Media; Executive, AdOne Classified Network

Jerry Chen

Jerry invests in entrepreneurs building new enterprise SaaS applications and in all aspects of AI and cloud infrastructure. He joined Greylock in 2013 as an investor and led Greylock’s investment in Notable Health and currently sits on the Board of Docker, Cato Networks, Gladly, Rhumbix, Spoke, and Blend. Prior to joining Greylock, Jerry was Vice President of Cloud and Application Services at VMware where he was part of the executive team that scaled the company from 250 to over 15,000 employees and $5B in revenue. During his ten years at VMware, Jerry launched dozens of products including several “1.0” releases and started two new business units for VMware including the Cloud Application Platform and the Enterprise Desktop business units.

Blend, Cato Networks, Chronosphere, Rockset, and Spoke

Susan Heystee

Most recently, Executive Vice-President of a Global Software as a Service (SaaS) company with a sustained track record of driving revenue growth, leading go-to-market strategy, scaling global sales, innovating client value and streamlining operations. Thirty plus years as an executive involved with critical enterprise platforms that have transformed a wide range of companies, both private and public, from utilities to transportation, field service, homecare and home delivery utilizing advanced technologies including: SaaS, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), advanced analytics, and mobile applications. Major strengths are proven expertise in successful go-to-market strategies, management of highly talented and globally located personnel, communications with C-Level executives, and extensive enterprise SaaS knowledge and experience. Current focus is on leveraging my knowledge and experience to help other companies desiring to grow rapidly utilizing market driven strategies, effective sales organizations, and Information Technology by serving as an active member of their Board of Directors. PAST ACHIEVEMENTS Leading a Start-up through Series A to Successful Strategic Exit At Telogis, the leading SaaS Mobile Resource Management platform, had responsibility for $125M+ in gross revenues and 150 employees in 7 offices worldwide. Increasing Profitability and Productivity As a senior executive at Novell, Inc. responsible for a $150M enterprise software startup as well as Novel’s $530M North America infrastructure software business. Scaling Global Sales and Go-to-Market Strategy Developed the go-to-market strategy for both new start-ups as well as established Software companies that were seeking to scale profitable growth. Developing Strategic Ecosystem Partnerships and Channels Developed strategic partnerships to enable access to markets, create value and make products and services accessible to small and medium-sized companies.

Ouster, and Targetable

Trevor Zimmerman

Trevor Zimmerman is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Blackhorn Ventures. Previously, he co-founded Farmore Capital Group (FCG), a private investment firm. While there, he led the firm’s day-to-day activities and spent much of his time working directly with entrepreneurs to build successful companies. In addition to angel investing and venture capital, Trevor’s professional experience ranges from developing materials for biomedical implants to designing high-performance batteries for the U.S. Navy to developing systems to hinder the migration of radionuclides in groundwater at the Y-12 National Security Complex. Before co-founding FCG, Trevor was the principal engineer in the Technology Development Division of Kurion Inc, a venture-backed startup company. Here he was primarily focused on radioactive wastewater treatment efforts at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Trevor holds patents for making carbon nanopipes and ductwork with nanometric walls and separating radionuclides with submersible filters. Trevor frequently serves as an instructor, mentor, and judge for a variety of institutions including the Department of Energy, Stanford University, and MIT. He completed a postgraduate research appointment at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and holds an M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Clemson University and a B.A. in Chemistry from Alfred University. He spends most of his free time playing outside on rocks, trails, and water with his wife and two kids.Trevor Zimmerman is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Blackhorn Ventures. Previously, he co-founded Farmore Capital Group (FCG), a private investment firm. While there, he led the firm’s day-to-day activities and spent much of his time working directly with entrepreneurs to build successful companies. In addition to angel investing and venture capital, Trevor’s professional experience ranges from developing materials for biomedical implants to designing high-performance batteries for the U.S. Navy to developing systems to hinder the migration of radionuclides in groundwater at the Y-12 National Security Complex. Before co-founding FCG, Trevor was the principal engineer in the Technology Development Division of Kurion Inc, a venture-backed startup company. Here he was primarily focused on radioactive wastewater treatment efforts at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Trevor holds patents for making carbon nanopipes and ductwork with nanometric walls and separating radionuclides with submersible filters. Trevor frequently serves as an instructor, mentor, and judge for a variety of institutions including the Department of Energy, Stanford University, and MIT. He completed a postgraduate research appointment at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and holds an M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Clemson University and a B.A. in Chemistry from Alfred University. He spends most of his free time playing outside on rocks, trails, and water with his wife and two kids.

Humatics, and Vecna Robotics

Name

Bill Smith

Isaac Sacolick

Jerry Chen

Susan Heystee

Trevor Zimmerman

Firm

Work History

executive leader in SaaS sales, customer management, marketing, operations, and M&A with Taleo, Oracle and PlanGrid. I currently serve as as an Independent Board Director and Company Advisor at Rhumbix and as a Company Advisor at Zenefits.

CTO, PowerOne Media; Executive, AdOne Classified Network

Jerry invests in entrepreneurs building new enterprise SaaS applications and in all aspects of AI and cloud infrastructure. He joined Greylock in 2013 as an investor and led Greylock’s investment in Notable Health and currently sits on the Board of Docker, Cato Networks, Gladly, Rhumbix, Spoke, and Blend. Prior to joining Greylock, Jerry was Vice President of Cloud and Application Services at VMware where he was part of the executive team that scaled the company from 250 to over 15,000 employees and $5B in revenue. During his ten years at VMware, Jerry launched dozens of products including several “1.0” releases and started two new business units for VMware including the Cloud Application Platform and the Enterprise Desktop business units.

Most recently, Executive Vice-President of a Global Software as a Service (SaaS) company with a sustained track record of driving revenue growth, leading go-to-market strategy, scaling global sales, innovating client value and streamlining operations. Thirty plus years as an executive involved with critical enterprise platforms that have transformed a wide range of companies, both private and public, from utilities to transportation, field service, homecare and home delivery utilizing advanced technologies including: SaaS, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), advanced analytics, and mobile applications. Major strengths are proven expertise in successful go-to-market strategies, management of highly talented and globally located personnel, communications with C-Level executives, and extensive enterprise SaaS knowledge and experience. Current focus is on leveraging my knowledge and experience to help other companies desiring to grow rapidly utilizing market driven strategies, effective sales organizations, and Information Technology by serving as an active member of their Board of Directors. PAST ACHIEVEMENTS Leading a Start-up through Series A to Successful Strategic Exit At Telogis, the leading SaaS Mobile Resource Management platform, had responsibility for $125M+ in gross revenues and 150 employees in 7 offices worldwide. Increasing Profitability and Productivity As a senior executive at Novell, Inc. responsible for a $150M enterprise software startup as well as Novel’s $530M North America infrastructure software business. Scaling Global Sales and Go-to-Market Strategy Developed the go-to-market strategy for both new start-ups as well as established Software companies that were seeking to scale profitable growth. Developing Strategic Ecosystem Partnerships and Channels Developed strategic partnerships to enable access to markets, create value and make products and services accessible to small and medium-sized companies.

Trevor Zimmerman is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Blackhorn Ventures. Previously, he co-founded Farmore Capital Group (FCG), a private investment firm. While there, he led the firm’s day-to-day activities and spent much of his time working directly with entrepreneurs to build successful companies. In addition to angel investing and venture capital, Trevor’s professional experience ranges from developing materials for biomedical implants to designing high-performance batteries for the U.S. Navy to developing systems to hinder the migration of radionuclides in groundwater at the Y-12 National Security Complex. Before co-founding FCG, Trevor was the principal engineer in the Technology Development Division of Kurion Inc, a venture-backed startup company. Here he was primarily focused on radioactive wastewater treatment efforts at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Trevor holds patents for making carbon nanopipes and ductwork with nanometric walls and separating radionuclides with submersible filters. Trevor frequently serves as an instructor, mentor, and judge for a variety of institutions including the Department of Energy, Stanford University, and MIT. He completed a postgraduate research appointment at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and holds an M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Clemson University and a B.A. in Chemistry from Alfred University. He spends most of his free time playing outside on rocks, trails, and water with his wife and two kids.Trevor Zimmerman is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Blackhorn Ventures. Previously, he co-founded Farmore Capital Group (FCG), a private investment firm. While there, he led the firm’s day-to-day activities and spent much of his time working directly with entrepreneurs to build successful companies. In addition to angel investing and venture capital, Trevor’s professional experience ranges from developing materials for biomedical implants to designing high-performance batteries for the U.S. Navy to developing systems to hinder the migration of radionuclides in groundwater at the Y-12 National Security Complex. Before co-founding FCG, Trevor was the principal engineer in the Technology Development Division of Kurion Inc, a venture-backed startup company. Here he was primarily focused on radioactive wastewater treatment efforts at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Trevor holds patents for making carbon nanopipes and ductwork with nanometric walls and separating radionuclides with submersible filters. Trevor frequently serves as an instructor, mentor, and judge for a variety of institutions including the Department of Energy, Stanford University, and MIT. He completed a postgraduate research appointment at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and holds an M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Clemson University and a B.A. in Chemistry from Alfred University. He spends most of his free time playing outside on rocks, trails, and water with his wife and two kids.

Other Seats

Blend, Cato Networks, Chronosphere, Rockset, and Spoke

Ouster, and Targetable

Humatics, and Vecna Robotics

Rhumbix Management Team

1 Team Member

Rhumbix has 1 executive. Rhumbix's current Founder, Chief Executive Officer is Zach Scheel P.E..

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Work History

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Status

Zach Scheel P.E.

Stanford Graduate School of Business, and U.S. Navy

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Current

Name

Zach Scheel P.E.

Work History

Stanford Graduate School of Business, and U.S. Navy

Title

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Status

Current

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