Steven Boal , , , Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board

A former Wall Street executive, Steven Boal founded Quotient, formerly Incorporated, in 1998 and is responsible for its strategic and operational direction. Mr. Boal previously served as vice president of business development for Integral Development Corporation, a privately held financial software company in Silicon Valley. Prior to that, Mr. Boal was vice president and head of global emerging markets derivative technology at J.P. Morgan. Before that, he was president of OptEdge, a real-time options, analytics and risk management business. Mr. Boal also held various management positions at TriStar Market Data, most recently running the company’s Montgomery Securities division. He holds a B.A. from the State University of New York at Albany.

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Mir Aamir , , , President & Chief Operating Officer

Mir Aamir is President and Chief Operating Officer at Quotient, formerly Incorporated, and oversees the company’s strategy and operations functions. He joined the Company in 2013 and brings more than 18 years of finance, strategy and operating experience, primarily in the retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) industries. Mr. Aamir was previously the Company’s chief financial officer responsible for finance and accounting functions. He came to Quotient from Safeway, Inc., where he was president of customer loyalty and digital technologies.

Mr. Aamir helped found and lead the Just for U™ platform, Safeway’s industry-leading digital and mobile platform for loyalty and targeted marketing. Previously at Safeway, he was senior vice president of marketing strategy, financial planning & analysis (FP&A), pricing and shopper card. Before that, he held the position of group vice president, FP&A and strategy, for all of Safeway’s U.S. business units with annual sales exceeding $33 billion. Prior to Safeway, Mr. Aamir was at A.T. Kearney, Inc., where he was officer and vice president for the strategy and management consulting firm’s consumer and retail practice. His clients included top grocery retailers and CPG manufacturers. Before that, Mr. Aamir held various positions at Procter & Gamble and Citicorp in Asia.

Mr. Aamir holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a B.B.A/M.B.A. in Finance from the Institute of Business at the University of Karachi.

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Jody Gessow , ,

Jody Gessow, Woodside, CA is a private equity investor with DivcoWest. From 2007 – 2012 he was Managing Director and Partner of OEP, the private equity platform of JPMorgan Chase, where he led the investment of Mandiant Corporation ( merged with FireEye (FEYE) on 1/2/14). Before joining OEP, Jody was a partner at Oak Hill Re ( Robert M Bass). He co-founded K.K. daVinci Japan and Signature Resorts. Prior to this he was a partner at Trammell Crow Residential.

Jody has served on the boards of Mandiant Corporation, TV Guide Holdings, Luca Technologies, Oncology Therapeutic Networks, Cable Systems Holdings, and the not for profits Board of Trustees of University of Maryland, UCLA’s Foundation Board of Governors, YPO International Chapter and the USPS Pro Cycling Team. Jody received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Emory University in 1978 and a Master of Business Administration from Harvard University in 1980.

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Steve Horowitz , , , Vice President of Hardware, Snap Inc.

Steve Horowitz is currently Vice President of Hardware for Snap Inc. in Venice, California. He brings vast technology expertise including the development of world-class products at Google, Apple and Microsoft.

Prior to joining Snap, Mr. Horowitz led global software engineering for Google’s Motorola Mobility, formerly a Google company, as Senior Vice President of Software Engineering. While at Motorola, he was responsible for software strategy and development of the best-selling smartphones in Motorola history including Moto G, Moto X and the Droid franchise.

From January 2009 through November 2012, Mr. Horowitz was Chief Technology Officer at Quotient, where he oversaw worldwide engineering and technology strategy. Prior to Quotient, he was at Google and led the engineering team responsible for the creating Android. He introduced Android along with Google cofounder Sergey Brin via the Android Developer Challenge and gave the world’s first public demonstration of Android at Google I/O.

Prior to Google, Mr. Horowitz was at Microsoft and spent nine years in leadership roles shipping a series of consumer products including AT&T U-verse, Windows Media Center Edition, UltimateTV and WebTV. He was also one of the earliest employees at Be Inc., where he played a key role in developing and then introducing the BeOS at the Agenda 95 conference to a standing ovation.

Mr. Horowitz began his career at Apple where he spent six years working on Macintosh products and technologies, including the first extensible Macintosh Control Panel, which he developed at Apple during a summer internship while attending college at the University of Michigan. He holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

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Dawn G. Lepore , , , Former Chairman and CEO

Dawn Lepore was most recently Chairman of the Board and CEO of, inc., a leading online retailer of health, beauty, and wellness products. In June of 2011, Dawn led drugstore through a successful acquisition by Walgreens, Inc. In her six years at drugstore, she repositioned the company to focus on the over-the-counter, beauty, and vision businesses and led the company to record revenues, adjusted EBITDA, and free cash flow.
Prior to joining, Dawn held leadership positions at The Charles Schwab Company where she played a key role launching, and then building Schwab’s highly successful e-commerce business. In her 21 years with Schwab, she held a wide variety of roles and responsibilities. She served as Vice Chairman of technology, operations, administration, strategy and active trader, was the Chief Information Officer, a member of Schwab’s Executive Committee and trustee of SchwabFunds.

Currently Dawn serves on the board of AOL Inc., Quotient, formerly known as Incorporated, Real Networks and She previously served on the boards of eBay Inc., The New York Times and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Dawn has been honored by Fortune Magazine four times as one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in American Business, by the National Organization for Women at their Aiming High Conference, was named one of InformationWeek’s Chiefs of the Year. Dawn graduated from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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David Oppenheimer , , , Chief Financial Officer, Planet Labs Inc.

David Oppenheimer is Chief Financial Officer of Planet Labs, Inc. with over 25 years of financial leadership experience. Prior to joining Planet Labs in 2015, Oppenheimer was CFO for e-commerce company Ebates (acquired by Rakuten). He also served as CFO of ServiceSource (Nasdaq: SREV), Mindjet, and Digital Impact (Nasdaq: DIGI). Previously, David held executive positions at Autodesk, AlliedSignal (Honeywell), and United Airlines. Oppenheimer serves on the board of directors and audit committee of education software company HotChalk. He graduated from the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York, with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and received an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley.
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Scott Raskin , , , President and Chief Executive Officer, Spigit

Scott Raskin is President and Chief Executive Officer of Spigit. He sets the vision, direction, and strategy for Spigit as the market leader in innovation management, and has led the company through several years of record sales and customer growth. He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors.

Raskin brings over three decades of management experience in technology, strategy, sales, and corporate development to his role. Prior to acquiring Spigit in 2014, he spent eight years growing Mindjet from a startup to a category leader in cloud-based productivity, acquired by Corel in 2016. Before that, Raskin served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Telelogic. Through strategic acquisitions and organic growth, he built a team of more than 1,200 employees in thirty countries. His efforts resulted in the successful acquisition of Telelogic by IBM for $845 million. Earlier in his career, Raskin served as Vice President of Sales and Corporate Development at Nexgenix, a pioneer in e-commerce solutions, where he grew the business from startup to exit. Raskin has also held senior management positions at Bachman Information Systems and MAI Basic Four.

Raskin currently serves on the Board of Directors for MariaDB and CRS. He is a charter member of the San Francisco Bay YPO Chapter, and he is a past Chapter President. Raskin graduated from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, Austin. A Detroit native, Raskin is involved in supporting revitalization efforts in the city from his home base in San Francisco.

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David E. Siminoff , ,

David graduated with Honors from Stanford University, where he was a member of the varsity Swimming & Diving Team, which went on to win multiple Pac-10 and NCAA Championships. He later earned an MFA from USC Film School in 1989 and an MBA from Stanford Business School in 1993.

Having founded global syndicate barter company EastNet in Moscow and Eastern Europe, he graduated from business school and joined Capital Research, the largest mutual fund in the world as measured by assets under management. In his tenure at Capital Research, he focused on the Technology, Media & Telecommunications sectors, and his fund was a large early investor in Yahoo!, eBay, Amazon, PayPal, and America Online. His investments were a key component of a top-performing growth fund, which led to Siminoff being named “Best of the Buy Side” by Institutional Investor Magazine and receiving numerous accolades from financial industry publications, including Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and Fortune.

MySpace founder Chris DeWolfe observed, “Siminoff is an artsy guy in a suit who puts the literature of what sites do above anything else, even though he’s trained as a finance guy. He was a great advisor for us as we scaled – he has a really clear vision for what’s coming in the world. Entrepreneurs are clearly at the top of his pyramid.” The Wall Street Journal noted that Web executives call him “The Smoking Man,” after the mysterious character on television’s “X-Files,” who pulls the strings behind the scenes. Institutional Investor Magazine remarked, “You can look at him from a Wall Street perspective or an industry perspective. David’s very close to the Technology community and has a solid sense of what’s going on in the Media and Technology businesses. There aren’t a lot of investors who get that convergence.”

Siminoff later served as the Chief Executive Officer of Spark Networks, a publicly traded firm which is the parent company of JDate. He also founded 4info, the largest SMS media company in the United States, and was a general partner at Venrock, the Rockefeller family’s venture capital arm. With his wife, Ellen Siminoff, the couple have been an angel investors /advisors for dozens of successful Silicon Valley start-ups, including StubHub, Richrelevance, Tonic Generation, SlideShare, BlogHer and Crunchyroll.

He is an active pilot, sharing flight duties with Eclipse Aviation partner, Mark Pincus, the founder of Zynga.

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Quotient Technology Inc. is a leader in digital coupons, including online, printable, social, mobile and loyalty card promotions. Founded in 1998, the company is based in Mountain View, CA.