Myra Drucker
Myra Drucker
Chair
Myra R. Drucker is a frequent speaker and advisor on board governance issues. She is an independent director of global investment manager Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo & Co., and a trustee of the Financial Accounting Foundation, the organization overseeing the Financial and Governmental Accounting Standards Boards (FASB and GASB). She serves as a member of the investment committees of the Kresge Foundation and the Nathan Cummings Foundation, and an advisory member of the Boeing Company Employee Benefits Investment Committee. She is past chair of the New York Stock Exchange Pension Managers Advisory Committee, past chair of the board of Commonfund, and past vice chair and current honorary trustee of Sarah Lawrence College. Myra was formerly managing director of General Motors Asset Management (GMAM) and chief investment officer of Xerox Corporation. She served on the board of directors of Interactive Data Corporation (until the company's sale to private equity investors), and New York Stock Exchange LLC (a subsidiary of NYSE Euronext). She has served on the editorial board of the Financial Analysts Journal, the Rockefeller Foundation Finance Committee, the board of the ERISA Industry Committee, the World Bank Pension Advisory Committee, the U.S. Department of Labor's ERISA Advisory Council and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Equity Products Advisory Committee. Ms. Drucker has a BA in literature and psychology from Sarah Lawrence College.
Bryan Neider
Bryan Neider
Director
Bryan Neider is Chief Executive Officer for Community Gatepath, San Mateo County's largest community-based agency serving the needs of individuals with special needs and developmental disabilities. Gatepath is a renowned 95-year-old organization that creates opportunities of greater independence for children, youth and adults, empowering them through diverse, individualized education and support services. Prior to joining Gatepath, Bryan was Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the EA Labels with responsibility for managing six Labels: EA Sports, EA Games, Maxis, All Play, PopCap and BioWare and the Central Development Services teams: Quality Assurance, Localization, Motion Capture, Certification. The EA Labels and the Central Development Services organization have 6,000 artists, engineers and staff at more than 20 locations globally. Prior to EA, Bryan was the Controller for Data East Bryan and was a CPA and Senior Auditor with Touche Ross. Mr. Neider founded climb4acure, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit supporting diabetics in under-served communities. Bryan is a member of the advisory Board for the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University and was founding board member of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Santa Clara University. In addition, he serves on the board of DFJ Frontier, a venture capital fund in the Silicon Valley. Mr. Neider earned his BA Degree in History from Santa Clara University and his Masters of Business Administration from California State University, Hayward.
Philip Bouchard
Philip Bouchard
Director and Chief Executive Officer
Philip Bouchard has more than twenty-eight years of experience in Internet infrastructure services, telecommunications, business applications, and Healthcare IT. Previously, he held leadership positions as CEO of Global Netoptex Inc., COO of Health Hero Network, COO of Avasta, CFO of ThinkLink and CFO of Genuity. All five companies were acquired. Additionally, Philip was Director of Finance and on the IPO team at Electronic Arts and Senior Financial Analyst for IBM/ROLM. Mr. Bouchard holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago and BA in Economics from Princeton University. In addition, Mr. Bouchard served in the U.S. Navy on SEAL Team 2 (BUD/S Class 99).
Maxwell Steinhardt
Maxwell Steinhardt
Director
Maxwell Steinhardt is a technology and operations professional with 35 years of startup, turnaround and M&A experience. Max's early career included manufacturing/R&D roles at Qume Corporation, where he received a patent for a component design. He worked on the successful ITT/Qume merger ($157M). Later, as a founder and VP, Marketing and Sales for First Pacific Networks (voice/data video networking), Max was a team member on a $60M financing; FPN later merged into Entergy. He then served as VP Sales, then Chairman and CEO of TMS, a public software company (merged into Pegasys). At Adaptec Max formed that company's storage networking division and led the $150M acquisition and integration of Platys Communications. Most recently, Max worked at CBORD (Oak Investment Partners/ Sterling Investment Partners) in 2006, first as SVP Operations, participating in the successful 2008 merger of CBORD into Roper Industries (now Roper Technologies), a $375M transaction. Post-merger, Max became COO, and then President of CBORD, retiring in good standing in 2017. Max is an graduate of Princeton University (A.B. Politics), and has done postgraduate work at the University of California,Berkeley in computer science, Golden Gate University's Ageno Graduate School of Business in accounting and finance, and the Keller Graduate School of Management in accounting. He is a PMI certified PMP, and is VillaNova certified in Lean SixSigma.