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15

Board of Directors

6

SilkRoad Board of Directors

6 Board of directors

SilkRoad has 6 board of directors, including Cameron Lester.

Name

Firm

Work History

Other Seats

Cameron Lester

Cameron Lester is a founding General Partner with Azure Capital Partners where he specializes in software and related infrastructure technologies. His current board memberships include Brightkite, EzRez Software, PSS Systems, SilkRoad technology, SourceCode Technology and Zend Technologies. Other successful investments include TopTier Software (acquired by SAP), VMware (acquired by EMC), Interwoven (IPO in 1999) and Salesforce.com (IPO in 2004). Immediately prior to Azure, Cameron was a Managing Director and the Group Head of the Software Investment Banking Group at Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB). Prior to CSFB, Cameron was a Director and the Group Head of the Software Investment Banking Group at Deutsche Bank Securities. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Cameron was a Vice President at PaineWebber, focused on software. Over the course of his career, Cameron has provided strategic and investment advice to numerous leading private and public software companies. Notable firms include Advent Software, Baan, BEA Systems, Brio Technology, BSQUARE, Citrix Systems, Cygnus, DigitalThink, E.piphany, HNC Software, i2 Technologies, Infinity Financial, Informatica, Interwoven, JD Edwards, Liberate Technologies, NetDynamics, NetIQ, Onyx Software, PLATINUM technology, Pure Atria, Retek, Salesforce.com, Think Systems, Vantive, VERITAS Software and Vitria Technology. Prior to investment banking, Cameron worked for Markowitz and McNaughton, a consulting firm specializing in competitive analysis, market opportunity assessment, strategic decision support, benchmarking, and acquisition buy-side search and due diligence services. Cameron received his B.A. degree in Economics from the University of Virginia and his M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. Current Board Memberships: Brightkite, EzRez Software, PSS Systems, SilkRoad technology, SourceCode, Zend

Get Satisfaction, KISSmetrics, PSS Systems, ROME, Switchfly, and Zend Technologies

John Kruse

Jon Kruse joined Intel Capital in 2004. Prior to joining Intel Capital, he spent 10 years at Intel in a variety of marketing, strategic planning, and finance roles. He led the strategic planning effort which ultimately led to Intel's Digital Home vision, as well as several emerging market based programs and products (PRC Education and Internet Café PCs). Jon also led Intel's European business client marketing team from 1999-2001. Prior to joining Intel, Jon's professional experience included IT and strategic consulting roles at Andersen Consulting and Coopers & Lybrand. Jon serves as Board Observer for JackBe, Panorama Software, OpSource, SilkRoad Technology, TOA Technologies, and Voxify. He received his MBA from the University of Michigan and a BA in Economics and Mathematics from Miami University. Jon is an active participant in his community, having either served or is currently serving as the President/Chair of the Boards of the Portland Baroque Orchestra, the Oregon Zoo Foundation, the Multnomah County Library Levy Campaign ($175M), as well as serving as an appointed advisor by the Mayor of Portland on the city budget process and urban renewal strategy.

JackBe, OpSource, Panorama Software, TOA Technologies, and Voxify

Michael Forster

Mr. Forster is a former managing director of the Internet Capital Group, headquartered in Wayne, PA. He has over 40 years of sales, marketing, and general management experience in the information technology industry, most recently as the CEO and Chairman of CommerceQuest, Inc., a private technology company located in Tampa, FL.

InterAct911

Robert Dvorak

Stewart Gollmer

Stewart Gollmer is a Managing Director of Tenaya Capital. He initially joined the predecessor to Tenaya (Lehman Brothers Venture Partners) in 2001, and co-founded Tenaya in 2009. Previously, Stewart was a member of Lehman Brothers' Technology Investment Banking group, where he was responsible for corporate finance and strategic advisory assignments. Prior to joining Lehman Brothers, Stewart was a corporate attorney. Stewart holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, a J.D. from Brigham Young University and a B.A. from Johns Hopkins University.

CareCloud, Cast Iron Systems, Cyan, Health Language, Kodiak Networks, Overture Networks, and Tealium

Name

Cameron Lester

John Kruse

Michael Forster

Robert Dvorak

Stewart Gollmer

Firm

Work History

Cameron Lester is a founding General Partner with Azure Capital Partners where he specializes in software and related infrastructure technologies. His current board memberships include Brightkite, EzRez Software, PSS Systems, SilkRoad technology, SourceCode Technology and Zend Technologies. Other successful investments include TopTier Software (acquired by SAP), VMware (acquired by EMC), Interwoven (IPO in 1999) and Salesforce.com (IPO in 2004). Immediately prior to Azure, Cameron was a Managing Director and the Group Head of the Software Investment Banking Group at Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB). Prior to CSFB, Cameron was a Director and the Group Head of the Software Investment Banking Group at Deutsche Bank Securities. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Cameron was a Vice President at PaineWebber, focused on software. Over the course of his career, Cameron has provided strategic and investment advice to numerous leading private and public software companies. Notable firms include Advent Software, Baan, BEA Systems, Brio Technology, BSQUARE, Citrix Systems, Cygnus, DigitalThink, E.piphany, HNC Software, i2 Technologies, Infinity Financial, Informatica, Interwoven, JD Edwards, Liberate Technologies, NetDynamics, NetIQ, Onyx Software, PLATINUM technology, Pure Atria, Retek, Salesforce.com, Think Systems, Vantive, VERITAS Software and Vitria Technology. Prior to investment banking, Cameron worked for Markowitz and McNaughton, a consulting firm specializing in competitive analysis, market opportunity assessment, strategic decision support, benchmarking, and acquisition buy-side search and due diligence services. Cameron received his B.A. degree in Economics from the University of Virginia and his M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. Current Board Memberships: Brightkite, EzRez Software, PSS Systems, SilkRoad technology, SourceCode, Zend

Jon Kruse joined Intel Capital in 2004. Prior to joining Intel Capital, he spent 10 years at Intel in a variety of marketing, strategic planning, and finance roles. He led the strategic planning effort which ultimately led to Intel's Digital Home vision, as well as several emerging market based programs and products (PRC Education and Internet Café PCs). Jon also led Intel's European business client marketing team from 1999-2001. Prior to joining Intel, Jon's professional experience included IT and strategic consulting roles at Andersen Consulting and Coopers & Lybrand. Jon serves as Board Observer for JackBe, Panorama Software, OpSource, SilkRoad Technology, TOA Technologies, and Voxify. He received his MBA from the University of Michigan and a BA in Economics and Mathematics from Miami University. Jon is an active participant in his community, having either served or is currently serving as the President/Chair of the Boards of the Portland Baroque Orchestra, the Oregon Zoo Foundation, the Multnomah County Library Levy Campaign ($175M), as well as serving as an appointed advisor by the Mayor of Portland on the city budget process and urban renewal strategy.

Mr. Forster is a former managing director of the Internet Capital Group, headquartered in Wayne, PA. He has over 40 years of sales, marketing, and general management experience in the information technology industry, most recently as the CEO and Chairman of CommerceQuest, Inc., a private technology company located in Tampa, FL.

Stewart Gollmer is a Managing Director of Tenaya Capital. He initially joined the predecessor to Tenaya (Lehman Brothers Venture Partners) in 2001, and co-founded Tenaya in 2009. Previously, Stewart was a member of Lehman Brothers' Technology Investment Banking group, where he was responsible for corporate finance and strategic advisory assignments. Prior to joining Lehman Brothers, Stewart was a corporate attorney. Stewart holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, a J.D. from Brigham Young University and a B.A. from Johns Hopkins University.

Other Seats

Get Satisfaction, KISSmetrics, PSS Systems, ROME, Switchfly, and Zend Technologies

JackBe, OpSource, Panorama Software, TOA Technologies, and Voxify

InterAct911

CareCloud, Cast Iron Systems, Cyan, Health Language, Kodiak Networks, Overture Networks, and Tealium

SilkRoad Management Team

15 Team Members

SilkRoad has 15 executives. SilkRoad's current Chief Executive Officer, President is Robert Dvorak.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Robert Dvorak

Chief Executive Officer, President

Current

Kate O'Neill

Chief Financial Officer, Chief People Officer

Current

Janet Halma

Chief Revenue Officer, Executive Vice President

Current

Brian Platz

Founder, Chief Operating Officer

Former

Marc V.

Chief Executive Officer

Former

Name

Robert Dvorak

Kate O'Neill

Janet Halma

Brian Platz

Marc V.

Work History

Title

Chief Executive Officer, President

Chief Financial Officer, Chief People Officer

Chief Revenue Officer, Executive Vice President

Founder, Chief Operating Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Status

Current

Current

Current

Former

Former

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