Board of Directors

Board of Directors

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John Schroeder
Executive Chairman and Founder

John is MapR's Executive Chairman and Founder. He founded MapR in 2009 and served as the company's CEO until 2016.

Prior to founding MapR, John held executive positions in a number of enterprise software companies with a focus on data, storage and business intelligence at both private and public companies including: CEO of Calista Technologies (now Microsoft), CEO of Rainfinity (now EMC), SVP of Products and Marketing at Brio Technologies (BRYO) and General Manager at Compuware (CPWR).

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Matt Mills
Chief Executive Officer

Matt Mills, previously MapR President and COO, is now Chief Executive Officer and Board Member. Mills is a seasoned industry veteran who brings a strong track record for leading high-growth organizations. He joined MapR after 20 years at Oracle, most recently leading the North American business while serving on the company’s executive committee.

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Gene Frantz
General Partner, Google Capital

Gene Frantz is a Partner of Google Capital. Before joining Google Capital, Gene was a partner at TPG Capital, a global private equity fund. During his 13 years at TPG, Gene was responsible for multiple technology and telecom investments and represented TPG on multiple public and private company boards of directors.

Prior to TPG Capital, Gene worked at Oracle Corporation leading its venture capital effort and previous to that in corporate development.

Gene holds a BS from UC Berkeley and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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Barry Eggers
Managing Partner, Lightspeed Venture Partners

Barry is a founder of Lightspeed and focuses primarily on investments in the areas of enterprise infrastructure, communications and networking, digital media, and internet. He has fourteen years of venture capital experience and ten years of operating experience. Prior to joining Lightspeed, Barry held executive roles in business development and general management at Cisco Systems from 1991-1997. While at Cisco, Barry established several of the company's largest distribution channels with OEMs, Telcos/Service Providers, system integrators and VARs. He also developed Cisco's initial merger and acquisition process and directed the first wave of acquisitions and integrations for the company.

Barry has been named multiple times to the Forbes Midas List of top venture capital investors and appeared on the initial AlwaysOn VC100 list published in 2009. Barry holds a BA in Economics and Business from UCLA and an MBA from Stanford University.

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Peter Sonsini
General Partner, NEA

Pete joined NEA in 2005, specializing in software, systems and technology-enabled services companies. Prior to joining NEA, Pete was Senior Director of Strategic Alliances at VMware where he struck the company's OEM deals and grew annual sales through OEMs from $0 to $40 million in four years. Prior to VMware, Pete was one of the first hires on the business side at Mirapoint, where he ran product management. Pete also served in various sales and marketing positions in Hewlett-Packard’s server division, including Worldwide Product Manager for the mid-range server business.

Pete began his career at Montgomery Securities where he was an Associate in the firm’s Technology Corporate Finance group. Pete received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and his BA in Political Economy from the University of California, Berkeley, where he lettered in varsity rugby and was a member of the national championship team.

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Mike Lehman
Independent Member

Mike brings more than 35 years of senior-level financial management experience with technology companies, including executive vice president, corporate resources and CFO at Sun Microsystems where he also served on the company’s Board of Directors.

Most recently, Mike served as CFO for Arista Networks and previously he was CFO at Palo Alto Networks. Prior to that, at Sun Microsystems Mike served two stints as CFO and was responsible for its finance, legal, real estate, public policy, corporate planning/strategy and information resources functions. During his tenure he conducted more than 60 quarterly earnings calls as CFO. Before joining Sun, Mike was a senior manager in the San Francisco office of Price Waterhouse.

Mike currently serves on the Board of Directors at MGIC Investment Corporation and the University of Wisconsin Foundation and previously held Board seats with Sun Microsystems, Echelon Corporation and NetIQ Corporation.

Board Observers

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Navin Chaddha
Managing Director, Mayfield Fund

Navin Chaddha is responsible for the overall leadership of Mayfield Fund. He is a proven serial entrepreneur and venture investor, who has invested in over 35 companies, 12 of which have gone public and another 12 have been acquired. He has been named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, and named to the Forbes Midas List of Top 100 Tech Investors several times. Navin invests in the mobile, social, cloud/ SaaS, energytech and big data themes in the U.S., India and China and is the founder of Mayfield’s dedicated India Fund, which he oversees. Some of his notable investments include Solarcity (NASDAQ:SCTY), StorSimple(acquired by Microsoft), Zenprise (acquired by Citrix) and makemytrip (NASDAQ:MMYT).

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Satish Dharmaraj
Partner, Redpoint Ventures

Satish Dharmaraj is a Partner with Redpoint Ventures. Previously he was the founder/CEO of Zimbra. At Zimbra, he grew sales from inception to $20M in subscription sales and nearly doubled sales the next year. Satish focuses on investments in the mobile, consumer and cloud computing areas. He led Redpoint's investments in and holds the board or board observer seats in numerous companies. Past work includes selling Zimbra to Yahoo for $350M, a contract he negotiated directly, without using a banker, on behalf of the board; GM of Messaging Products Division at Openwave Systems; running Engineering and Operations at Onebox.com as part of the founding team and sold it to Openwave for $850M.

Advisors

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Frank Slootman
Chief Executive Officer, ServiceNow

Frank brings 25 years of experience as an enterprise software entrepreneur and executive to ServiceNow. As the CEO of Data Domain, Frank blazed new trails creating a high-growth enterprise storage company that went public on NASDAQ in 2007. After Data Domain was acquired in 2009 by EMC, Frank went on to serve for 18 months as a division executive at EMC. Prior to joining Data Domain in 2003, Frank was senior vice president of product operations at Borland Software where he ran the company's engineering and product management function. Frank also spent seven years at Compuware as general manager of UNIFACE in Amsterdam and general manager of the EcoSystems division in Campbell, Calif. He started his career at Burroughs Corporation in Detroit and holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the Netherlands School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam in his native Holland. Currently, Frank also serves as a venture partner with Greylock Partners and in an advisory role with the Backup Recovery Systems (BRS) division of EMC.

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David Milam
Chief Marketing Officer, ServiceMax

David has over 25 years of highly relevant and impactful experience across multi-billion dollar global technology companies as well as mid size firms and start ups. David is currently the chief marketing officer (CMO) at ServiceMax., the leading field service management solution. Prior to ServiceMax, he was CMO at Five9, the largest pure cloud-based Contact Center software company. Before Five9, David was CMO & EVP at McAfee, a security software, hardware appliance, and SaaS company that expanded from $1B to over $2.6B in revenue during his tenure and was acquired by Intel. Prior to McAfee, David was CMO of ZANTAZ, a privately held content archiving company that was acquired by Autonomy. Previously, he served as SVP & CMO for EMC's multi-billion dollar information, storage, and content management software group. During Milam's tenure at EMC, he was responsible for all aspects of global software marketing, which contributed to the company's 20%+ year-over-year license revenue growth and EMC's Software Group being recognized as the 7th largest software company in the world. Prior to EMC, Milam was EVP & CMO of Documentum, where he played an instrumental role in significantly growing the business, penetrating adjacent markets, tripling the customer base, and making Documentum the dominant leader in Enterprise Content Management which resulted in its acquisition by EMC. Milam has also held executive positions at Broadbase Software, Cadence Design Systems and Structural Dynamics Research. David received a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Financial Management, from California State University at Long Beach.