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Executives

4

Board of Directors

3

SourceLabs Board of Directors

3 Board of directors

SourceLabs has 3 board of directors, including Brad Silverberg.

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Brad Silverberg

Brad is a founding partner of Ignition. He invests in software, infrastructure, and consumer companies. Brad represents Ignition as director on the boards of Avvo , Fotopedia, GlobalScholar , Keas , Seven , SourceLabs , ice.com, and Skytap . Prior to founding Ignition, Brad is best known as an industry pioneer who built the Microsoft Windows franchise and led Microsoft's Internet turnaround. During his nine-year tenure at Microsoft, he was a senior vice president and member of Microsoft's nine-member Executive Committee. He was responsible for driving all aspects of the Windows business from 1990 through 1995, including establishing the vision and strategy, and executing on product marketing and development. In five years, he grew Windows from a $50 million business to over $3.5 billion. He was also responsible for the MS-DOS business during that period. He was named PC Magazine's Person of the Year in 1995 for his leadership of Windows 95. From 1994 through 1997, Brad led the Internet effort at Microsoft and was responsible for its Internet platform, as well as the Developer Tools Division and the Developer Relations Group. As part of the Internet efforts, Brad's responsibilities included Internet Explorer versions 1-4, which he grew from 0% share to over 60%, Outlook Express, Java, Commerce Server, and Commercial Internet Server. In 1996 and 1997, he also led the Microsoft Office division, was responsible for over $6 billion in revenue and managed over 5,000 people. In 1998-1999, Brad worked part-time at Microsoft, primarily as a strategic consultant for Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. Prior to Microsoft, Brad's career involved running product development at Borland International

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Danny Rimer

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Greg Gottesman

Greg Gottesman is a Managing Director and Co-Founder of PSL. Prior to PSL, Greg served as one of the three initial Managing Directors of Madrona Venture Group, where he worked for almost 20 years. He also co-founded and led Madrona Venture Labs. Greg represents PSL on the boards of Boundless, Cash, Joon, Kevala, LumaTax, NextStep, and Quivr. He is also the founder, current board member, and former CEO of Rover.com. “Venture is about finding truly great entrepreneurs and supporting their efforts in every way possible. The rest is noise.” ‍

SourceLabs

Name

Brad Silverberg

Danny Rimer

Greg Gottesman

Firm

Work History

Brad is a founding partner of Ignition. He invests in software, infrastructure, and consumer companies. Brad represents Ignition as director on the boards of Avvo , Fotopedia, GlobalScholar , Keas , Seven , SourceLabs , ice.com, and Skytap . Prior to founding Ignition, Brad is best known as an industry pioneer who built the Microsoft Windows franchise and led Microsoft's Internet turnaround. During his nine-year tenure at Microsoft, he was a senior vice president and member of Microsoft's nine-member Executive Committee. He was responsible for driving all aspects of the Windows business from 1990 through 1995, including establishing the vision and strategy, and executing on product marketing and development. In five years, he grew Windows from a $50 million business to over $3.5 billion. He was also responsible for the MS-DOS business during that period. He was named PC Magazine's Person of the Year in 1995 for his leadership of Windows 95. From 1994 through 1997, Brad led the Internet effort at Microsoft and was responsible for its Internet platform, as well as the Developer Tools Division and the Developer Relations Group. As part of the Internet efforts, Brad's responsibilities included Internet Explorer versions 1-4, which he grew from 0% share to over 60%, Outlook Express, Java, Commerce Server, and Commercial Internet Server. In 1996 and 1997, he also led the Microsoft Office division, was responsible for over $6 billion in revenue and managed over 5,000 people. In 1998-1999, Brad worked part-time at Microsoft, primarily as a strategic consultant for Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. Prior to Microsoft, Brad's career involved running product development at Borland International

Greg Gottesman is a Managing Director and Co-Founder of PSL. Prior to PSL, Greg served as one of the three initial Managing Directors of Madrona Venture Group, where he worked for almost 20 years. He also co-founded and led Madrona Venture Labs. Greg represents PSL on the boards of Boundless, Cash, Joon, Kevala, LumaTax, NextStep, and Quivr. He is also the founder, current board member, and former CEO of Rover.com. “Venture is about finding truly great entrepreneurs and supporting their efforts in every way possible. The rest is noise.” ‍

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SourceLabs Management Team

4 Team Members

SourceLabs has 4 executives. SourceLabs's founder is Aurelien Ricci. SourceLabs's current Chief Executive Officer is Byron Sebastian.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Byron Sebastian

Chief Executive Officer

Current

Will Pugh

Chief Architect

Current

Aurelien Ricci

Founder

Former

Cornelius Willis

Founder

Former

Name

Byron Sebastian

Will Pugh

Aurelien Ricci

Cornelius Willis

Work History

Title

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Architect

Founder

Founder

Status

Current

Current

Former

Former

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