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Board Members

Sunny Gupta

Co-Founder and CEO, Apptio

Sunny is the co-founder and CEO of Apptio, responsible for company vision, strategic direction, planning and execution. Sunny's enterprise software career spans more than 20 years with roles in general management, strategic marketing, product management and business development. Before founding Apptio, Sunny was Executive VP of Products at Opsware and was responsible for all of Opsware product businesses up to its acquisition by HP for over $1.6 billion.

Tom Bogan

Chairman of the Board and CEO, Adaptive Insights

A deep passion for helping high-growth SaaS companies reach their potential fuels Tom’s success as a seasoned enterprise software executive. Prior to Adaptive Insights, he was an investor and board member of several highly successful software companies including Citrix Systems. He also sits on the boards of SaaS companies Acquia and Apptio. Previously Tom was a partner at Greylock Partners, where he focused on enterprise software investments. He was also president and COO at Rational Software until its acquisition by IBM. Before Rational, Tom served as CEO at Avatar Technologies and Pacific Data. He began his career as a financial officer in both public and private companies, serving as CFO at SQA and Orange Nassau, Inc., as well as vice president of finance at SCA Services. He has also held positions in public accounting

Peter Klein

Former CFO of Microsoft

Peter joined Apptio’s Board of Directors in November 2013 after more than 11 years at Microsoft. Most recently, Klein served as the CFO of Microsoft from November 2009 until May 2013. Previously, Klein spent 13 years in corporate finance at companies including McCaw Cellular Communications, Orca Bay Capital Group, Asta Networks and While at, Klein helped lead the company through a successful IPO and acquisition.

John McAdam


John McAdam has served as President, Chief Executive Officer, and Director of F5 Networks since July 2000. Shortly after joining F5, McAdam successfully navigated the company through the turbulent post-dot-com era, bringing F5 to profitability and positioning it for further growth. During his tenure at F5, McAdam has grown the company's annual revenue from $108.6 million to more than $1 billion. He has overseen numerous successful acquisitions, guiding F5 into new and adjacent markets that enhance the company's Application Delivery Networking solution offerings. Under McAdam's leadership, F5 was added to the S&P 500—one of the world's most widely followed stock market indices. Fortune Magazine named F5 to its 2011 list of 100 Fastest Growing Companies worldwide and in 2010, included F5 among the top "Technology Stocks for the Next Ten Years."

Prior to joining F5, McAdam served as General Manager of the Web server sales business at IBM. From January 1995 until August 1999, he was President and Chief Operating Officer of Sequent Computer Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of high-end open systems, which was sold to IBM in September 1999.

McAdam holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Glasgow, Scotland.

Matt McIlwain

Managing Director, Madrona Venture Group

Matt McIlwain has been a member of the Apptio Board of Directors since 2007. At Madrona, he focuses on a broad range of software-driven companies and has previously sat on the board of many successfully companies including iConclude (acquired by Opsware), Performant (acquired by Mercury Interactive), and World Wide Packets (acquired by Ciena) and continues to serve on the board of Isilon (NASDAQ: ISLN). He is a board member of the Washington Technology Industry Association, the Villa Academy, serves on Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna's Technology Advisory Board, and serves on the advisory board of Families Northwest. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College, holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.

Ravi Mohan

Managing Director and Co-founder, Shasta Ventures

Prior to co-founding Shasta Ventures, Ravi was a general partner at Battery Ventures where he led eight investments and served on the boards of 12 software and technology-enabled service companies. Prior to this, Ravi built transaction-processing systems at Accenture, sold and implemented packaged software applications for Hyperion Software Corporation, and ran MIC, a software development firm based in India that focuses on business intelligence solutions to multinational corporations. Ravi also spent time at McKinsey & Company working with consumer packaged goods companies.

Rajeev Singh

CEO, Accolade

Rajeev Singh currently serves as the CEO of Accolade, an on-demand healthcare concierge for employers, health plans and health system. He was most recently co-founder, president and chief operating officer of Seattle-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) travel and expense management firm Concur, the eighth-largest SaaS company in the world. Prior to that, he served in various roles at Concur, including the Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing & Services. Before joining Concur, Rajeev held roles in engineering project management at Ford Motor Company and General Motors Corporation.

Kathleen Philips

CFO, Zillow Group

Kathleen Philips is the chief financial officer of Zillow Group. Kathleen oversees finance, treasury, and accounting as well as legal operations and corporate development for Zillow Group and its portfolio of brands. Kathleen can speak to Zillow Group’s financial news and corporate strategy.

Strategic Advisors to the Board

Don Duet

Global Co-COO, Technology Division, Goldman Sachs

Don Duet is global Co-Chief Operating Officer of the Technology Division and the head of Global Technology Infrastructure, responsible for technology, engineering, computing services and risk management. Additionally, he leads the Compliance Technology and Market Risk Technology Groups. Duet co-chairs the Technology Division Operating Committee and serves on the Technology Division Executive Committee and Risk Committee.

Larry Godec

SVP and CIO, First American Title Insurance Company

Larry Godec is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of First American Financial. In that capacity, Godec oversees the strategic architecture, business process management, applications development, data center operations, infrastructure and core technologies that support the business.

Godec started with First American in 1999 as the Chief Information Officer for First American Tax Service Company located in Dallas, Texas. In 2001, he moved to the corporate office in Santa Ana, California as the Chief Information Officer for First American Title Insurance Company. Godec has more than 25 years of experience in all facets of information technology. Prior to First American, Godec held senior technology management positions at Nissan North America and Dr Pepper/Seven-up.

Godec has a B.S. in Mathematics from Colorado State University. He has been involved in numerous professional and community organizations including Southern CA CIO Forum, CIO Executive Governing Board, Society of Information Managers, Data Administration Management Association and Software AG International Users Group, where he served as president for two years.

Rebecca Jacoby

Senior Vice President, Operations, Cisco

Rebecca Jacoby has more than 14 years of experience at Cisco in a variety of operations and IT leadership roles. Jacoby is responsible for making the Cisco IT group a strategic business partner and for producing significant business value for Cisco in the form of financial performance, customer satisfaction and loyalty, market share, and productivity. Her strong commitment to operational excellence, innovative approach to business problems, and aptitude for partnering cross-functionally are reshaping and elevating the role of IT at Cisco.

Previously at Cisco, Jacoby was Vice President for Customer Service and Operational Systems and played a key leadership role on the Business Process Operations Council, which governs the transformation agenda at Cisco. Before that she was director of manufacturing for the Access business unit. Jacoby joined Cisco as senior manufacturing operations manager.

Prior to joining Cisco, Jacoby held a variety of planning and operations positions at UB Networks, Inc. and Amdahl Corporation. Jacoby has a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of the Pacific and a masters in business administration from Santa Clara University.

David Reilly

Technology Infrastructure Executive, Bank of America

David Reilly is the Technology Infrastructure executive for Global Technology & Operations responsible for overseeing networks, product engineering, desktop and electronic communications, application hosting and data storage, operations management, support services and data centers companywide.

Reilly joined Bank of America in 2011 from Morgan Stanley, where he was the chief information officer for enterprise infrastructure. He has more than 25 years of technology experience in high-level infrastructure roles in the financial services industry, including a leadership role in technology infrastructure services at Credit Suisse, where he ultimately was responsible for all elements of global technology infrastructure architecture and strategy, and for the execution of service delivery.

Previously, Reilly was a managing director of global technology operations at Goldman Sachs and the director of enterprise technology services for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Merrill Lynch. Reilly began his career in the United Kingdom at Land Securities, within Operations.