Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors leverage global technical and business expertise to advise and shape our technical strategy, roadmap and company growth.
Bruce is the Founder and Executive Chairman of the Applied Value Group – a group of 20+ companies fully or significantly controlled in North America, Europe and China. Industries represented are Management Consulting, Technology, Media, Telecoms, Renewable Energy, Biotech, Medical Products, Engineered Materialsand Products, Mining, Real Estate and MicroFinance/MicroEntrepreneurship. Bruce was previously the President of Arthur D. Little North America (1995-97) and has been on a dozen public boards in Europe and the US, incl Chairman of Tele2 – the European telecom carrier.
Jim Jordan is currently President and Chief Executive Officer at RiverMeadow Software and is an active board member and angel investor. Jim has extensive operational and financial experience in software, professional services, manufacturing, mergers and acquisitions and IPO's. Jim has served as an executive to more than 20 companies over the past 15 years, successfully raised more than $600m in debt and equity and completed more than 30 acquisitions. Jim also has extensive international experience having started and run business in Asia, Australia and Latin America. Notable senior executive positions include; Airwide Solutions, Venture Advisors (founder), Glasshouse Technologies, EnerNoc, Verillon, BIT9, Savantis, CXO Systems, Ntru Cryposystems, ArsDigita and Cambridge Technology Partners. Jim began his career at Coopers and Lybrand where he specialized in IPO's and Mergers and Acquisitions. Jim attended Boston College and is a US Army Veteran.
Mark Rosenblatt is a member of the RiverMeadow board of directors. He also serves on the boards of StatSocial (data analysis for social audience targeting), Luminoso (a text analytics company), and Ensurify (an online car insurance shopping platform). As entrepreneur, Mark founded, ran, and sold Rationalwave Analytics, a rule-based machine learning company, to Bottomline Technologies. He was also Executive Chairman and then Chairman of Violin Memory, a solid-state storage company from 2006 through its going public in 2013. Mark has been actively involved in high-tech start-ups as a board member, angel, and advisor since before his hair had any grey. Mark also serves on the board of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security and as an advisor to the Fuel Freedom Foundation.
Jeff is the managing member of Acadia Woods Partners, LLC, a New York-based investment partnership that focuses primarily on early-stage technology companies. Previously, he held a number of high-technology management roles, including Vice President of Corporate Strategy for PeopleSoft Inc., Vice President of Business Development for Wily Technology and Entrepreneur in Residence for Greylock Partners. Mr. Samberg received his MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and his B.A. with high honors in economics from Princeton University.