Alan Boehme is the global chief technology officer and vice president of information technology innovation at P&G and board member of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). Previously, Boehme was CTO of The Coca-Cola Company, where he implemented public cloud and augmented reality technologies, and accelerated the company’s use of big data and analytics. Boehme also led Coca-Cola’s adoption of startup technologies through the creation of The Bridge by Coca-Cola – a unique Commercialization Program for startups, acting as a bridge between the entrepreneurial community and major global markets. He also sits on the boards of VeloCloud, NetSkope, and Nutanix.
Kevin Francis is the executive vice president of sales at Skuid. Francis has a strong history of success in the software industry. Prior to joining Skuid, he spent more than eight years in sales and alliances leadership at Workday, Inc., where he helped the company grow across multiple geographies and verticals. Francis also held various positions in sales and sales leadership at Oracle, including regional vice president of CRM sales.
Avery More is venture partner at Menlo Ventures. A seasoned technology advisor who has founded and guided technology startups, More has managed publicly-traded corporations and led mergers, acquisitions and initial public offerings for several companies. More was also the first seed investor and mentor for SolarEdge (NASDAQ:SEDG), another company valued at more than $1 billion. Additional career milestones include serving as active chairman of AeroScout, which completed a successful exit in June of 2012, and as board member at Check, which he led to a successful exit in June 2014.
Hemi Zucker is a Managing Principal of Los Angeles-based venture capital firm, OCV Partners, where he leverages his decades of success in business-leadership to guide investment in technology companies. Prior to this, Hemi was the CEO of internet services provider, J2 Global (NASDAQ: JCOM). As a founder and integral part of J2’s senior management team for twenty-one years, serving as COO, CMO and CFO respectively, Hemi led the company’s rise from a small start-up into a leading global platform with revenues over $1 billion. During his tenure, Hemi successfully executed more than 155 acquisitions, dramatically expanding the company’s markets.