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Chief Financial Officer, Logitech
Erik, a member of Trulia's Board of Directors, has served as a director since June 2012. He has served as the Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President Finance of Logitech International S.A. since October 2009. Prior to joining Logitech, he served as Acting Chief Financial Officer of ZillionTV Corporation, a personalized television service, from March 2009 to September 2009. Prior to ZillionTV, he served in a number of positions at eBay, Inc., over five and one half years, including Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of eBay Marketplaces from May 2005 to September 2008. Prior to eBay, he served in a number of positions at General Electric Company, over the course of 15 years, including Vice President of Strategic Pricing at GE Global Consumer Finance from October 1999 to June 2003.
Erik holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dickinson College and is also a graduate of General Electric’s Financial Management Program.
|Theresia Gouw |
Partner, Accel Partners
Theresia, a member of Trulia's Board of Directors, is primarily focused on internet and software investments with specific interest in social commerce, vertical media, and security and consumer internet/mobile apps. At Accel Partners, she's overseen multiple investments resulting in successful acquisitions and IPO exits including AdECN (MSFT), CRS Retail Systems (EPIC), Interlace Systems (ORCL), PeopleSupport (PSPT), Xoopit (YHOO) and Zimbra (YHOO), to name a few. Prior to joining Accel Partners, she was founding Vice President of Business Development & Sales at Release Software whose products enabled digital rights management and payment technologies for the software industry. She has also worked as a management consultant at Bain & Company and as a product manager at Silicon Graphics.
In addition to serving on Trulia's Board of Directors, Theresia serves for several other companies in the consumer internet arena, security sectors, and for the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA). She's a Trustee on Brown University's Corporation Board and is a member of Stanford's DAPER Investment Fund.
Theresia has contributed to Fortune.com and has appeared on CNBC's Women in Power series. She holds a degree in Engineering from Brown University and an M.B.A. from Stanford University.
|Robert Moles |
Chairman, Intero Real Estate Services
Robert, a member of Trulia's Board of Directors and self-proclaimed student of real estate for more than 27 years, is regarded as a distinguished leader in the real estate industry and a keen observer of policy and market trends. He's the current chairman of Intero Real Estate Services and has grown the company into one of the top 25 real estate companies in the nation with more than $5 billion in sales. In addition to his duties at Intero and Trulia, Robert serves on the Board of Directors for Heritage Bank of Commerce, Santa Clara University, the University of San Diego and RE InfoLink.
Robert's prior experience includes serving as President and CEO to the Real Estate Franchise Group of Cendant Corporation, the largest franchiser of residential and commercial real estate brokerage offices in the world. During his tenure, he oversaw Century 21®, Coldwell Banker®, Coldwell Banker Commercial®, ERA® and Sotheby's International Realty® which, combined, have more than 13,000 franchised offices and 262,800 brokers and agents worldwide.
Additionally, as former President and CEO of Century 21 Real Estate Corporation, the world's largest residential real estate sales organization, Robert introduced the 'Vision 2100' strategic plan. Under this plan, the company executed an award-winning advertising and promotions campaign, initiated a state-of-the-art technology-based training platform, redesigned the website, created a new internet-based transaction reporting system, and improved the franchise support system. Robert also served as President and CEO of Contempo Realty, Inc. where, under his leadership, the company's annual transaction volume grew from $85 million to more than $2.4 billion.
|Greg Waldorf |
Executive in Residence,
Greg Waldorf has had a passion for both technology and business ever since he started a software development company at age 13. Through his many years of experience as an entrepreneur, executive, and investor, he has a strong understanding of the growth company lifecycle from the founding of a business all the way through the leadership challenges of building a high scale company.
Greg spent more than 11 years working with eHarmony where he became the company's founding investor in 2000. Through the early years of the company's growth, he was a very active advisor and board member working closely with the company's founders, culminating in his appointment as CEO in 2006. During the last five years, Waldorf drove a global expansion of the company into new markets both domestically and in 15 countries worldwide.
In addition to operating a highly profitable business with more than $1 billion of revenue during his tenure, eHarmony has made a very positive impact in the lives of its subscribers. According to research from Harris Interactive, 542 Americans marry on an average day after meeting through eHarmony, nearly 5% of new marriages in the United States.
Greg was a founding member of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Management Board, is currently on the Board of Overseers of Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and serves on the Board of the John Wayne Cancer Institute at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica. He holds an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a B.A. from the University of California at Los Angeles.
|Pete Flint |
Co-Founder & CEO, Trulia
As co-founder and CEO, Pete leads the Trulia troops. He has a strong background in tech and online consumer services and was part of the original launch team for lastminute.com, Europe's largest online travel company. As head of interactive marketing and business development, he helped grow the company to more than 2,000 employees in 12 countries and $1 billion in annual transactions, resulting in the company's acquisition in 2005 by Travelocity.
Pete created Trulia with co-founder Sami Inkinen. The inspiration came when he faced his own challenges researching homes online. A resulting commitment was made to build intuitive tools to help fellow home buyers locate and make sense of the vast amount of real estate info on the web. Combine that with a business model that made sense for brokers and agents, and Trulia was born.
Pete holds a Master's degree in Physics from the University of Oxford and an M.B A. from Stanford University.
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|Sami Inkinen |
Sami is Trulia's co-founder. He is a physicist by training and started his career at a nuclear power plant in his native Finland. Despite a science background and solid work experience at Microsoft, Nokia and McKinsey & Company, Sami's true passion is building category-leading technology companies. His first company, Matchem, was a wireless software provider that allowed broadcasters to deliver interactive programming to audiences in Europe and Asia via innovative cell phone technology.
Sami is an avid endurance athlete and a world champion triathlete in his age group. He applies the same passion he has for sports to new technology and the creation of user-friendly innovations. He believes that if you can measure it, you can improve it.
Sami holds a Master's degree in Engineering Physics from Helsinki University of Technology and an M.B.A. from Stanford University.
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