Rebecca is the Chief Business Officer of GeekWire, overseeing advertising, sponsorship and other business initiative and organizing and running GeekWire events. After a decade of operations management and business development in the corporate world, she served as the Program Director for the Alliance of Angels, then the Executive Director for the Northwest Entrepreneur Network.
CMO of Drumbi, Patrick founded two startups and co-wrote The Lean Entrepreneur and The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Customer Development. Stanford, Boston University, and others use his book in courses. Patrick mentors at 500 Startups, organizes LeanLA, and surfs when he has the time.
Joe Stump is a seasoned technical leader and serial entrepreneur who has cofounded three venture-backed startups, was Lead Architect of Digg, and has invested in and advised dozens of companies. He is passionate about development processes, iterative product development, and building scalable web infrastructure.
Michelle is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and emerging and future leaders in consumer and digital media software. Michelle cultivates CEOs, entrepreneurs and engineers to foster their talents and help bring their vision to life.
Rand Fishkin is the CEO of SEO software company; SEOmoz. He co-authored the Art of SEO from O'Reilly Media, co-founded Inbound.org, and was named on PSBJ's 40 Under 40 List and BusinessWeek's 30 Best Tech Entrepreneurs Under 30. Rand is an addict of all things content & social on the web.
Danielle Morrill is the CEO & Cofounder of Referly. She was previously the 1st non-founding member of cloud communications platform company Twilio. She advocates for and advises entrepreneurs through Startup Weekend, Twilio Fund, and as a mentor to 500 Startups. She was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 for Social/Mobile Technology in 2011. Talk to Danielle on Clarity
Josh joined Greylock as a principal in 2011. Over the past 15 years, Josh has worked in product and engineering helping grow RealPlayer, LinkedIn, Facebook Connect, Twitter, and others. Josh sometimes dreams of charts that go up and to the right.
Neil is the co-founder of 2 Internet companies. Through his entrepreneurial career he has helped large corporations such as Amazon, AOL, GM, HP and Viacom make more money from the web. By the age of 21 he was named one of the top influencers on the web according to the Wall Street Journal.