Gabriel Rogol is the Chief Executive Officer of Demandbase. In his role, Rogol is responsible for fulfilling the company's mission of transforming how B2B companies go-to-market.
Since joining Demandbase in 2012, Rogol has been integral in setting the product and corporate strategy for the company. Throughout his two-plus decade career, Rogol has held leadership positions, including managing world-class customer service and sales teams at IDG and other leading publishers.
Rogol received his BA in Comparative Literature and Russian Language and Literature from Brown University.
Allison Metcalfe is the Chief Revenue Officer for Demandbase. In her role, Metcalfe is responsible for leading Demandbase’s revenue operations.
Metcalfe joins Demandbase after a successful tenure at LiveRamp where she was responsible for building successful business lines and high-performing teams, including LiveRamp TV, the company’s multi-million dollar TV advertising division. Earlier in her career, Metcalfe was a Director of Customer Success at Demandbase. Furthermore, Metcalfe has held customer success roles at Salesforce (Data.com) and Equilar.
Metcalfe holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Sociology from the University of St. Thomas in St.Paul, Minnesota.
Brewster most recently served as director of product at Google. In this role, he was responsible for the MarTech stack that helped scale Google Cloud to $20 billion at ~50% annual growth. Stanislaw brings his extensive experience, technology expertise, and industry knowledge to Demandbase’s B2B go-to-market suite.
Prior to his position with Google, Stanislaw was head of product and strategy at Adobe, where he conceptualized the company’s B2B Customer Data Platform. He came to Adobe via the consecutive acquisitions of Marketo and Bizible, where he served as vice president of product and strategy. Previously, Stanislaw spent time as co-founder & chief executive officer at Inside Social, until its acquisition by Simply Measured where he served as Head of Product before it was acquired by Sprout Social.
Stanislaw is a Seattle native, who graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and in Communication. Outside of his day job, he is an active angel investor, startup advisor, and mentor.
Jon Miller is the Chief Marketing Officer of Demandbase. In his role, Miller is responsible for driving Demandbase’s account-based go-to-market and evangelizing its mission of transforming how B2B companies market and sell.
Miller has a long history of establishing and leading some of the most notable marketing technology companies. Most recently, Miller was the co-founder and CEO of Engagio, the leading Account-Based Orchestration Platform. Earlier, Miller co-founded and held the position of Chief Marketing Officer for Marketo (acquired by Adobe). He is recognized as one of the most influential executives in the marketing technology industry.
Miller holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from Harvard College and has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Umberto Milletti has been an innovator at the convergence of technology and content for nearly 20 years. In early 2005, Umberto founded InsideView and has since been leading our efforts to inform the entire enterprise.
In the mid-1990s, Umberto was a pioneer in e-learning as a co-founder of DigitalThink, where he designed and built one of the first multi-tenant software-as-a-service platforms to deliver and track learning for millions of participants. As an executive, Umberto helped lead the company to a successful IPO, revenues of $60 million, and its acquisition by Convergys in 2004.
Umberto holds a BS in electrical engineering from Tufts University and an MS in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of California, Berkeley.
Bryan is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Demandbase. Previously, he served as CFO for several private, leading SaaS companies, including Kinetica, Xamarin (acquired by Microsoft in 2016), and LiveRamp (acquired by Acxiom in 2014). He has built and led numerous G&A teams during periods of rapid growth across six different VC-backed start-ups. Bryan is a registered CPA (inactive) in California and holds a B.A. in business economics from UC Santa Barbara.
Landon is a seasoned human resources leader with 15 years of experience in all facets of Human Resources and Talent Acquisition. At Demandbase, Landon is responsible for talent acquisition and retention, human resource administration, and employee/culture-building programs.
Prior to joining Demandbase, Landon served as the Vice President of Human Resources with blinkx, where he built the human resources function from ground-up while the company grew from 80 employees to 300+ with locations in four states, as well as Montreal and London. Prior to blinkx, Landon led the HR function for the Comcast Software Engineering team based in California and Pennsylvania. In his career, Landon has focused on helping companies build HR programs to deliver business results in the areas of performance management, talent acquisition, leadership development and organizational change.
Andrew is the General Counsel of Demandbase. In his role, Andrew is responsible for the company's legal and compliance functions.
Prior to Demandbase, Andrew was the Vice President, AGC and Head of US Legal at LiveRamp where he managed the US legal team and advised the company on mergers and acquisitions, commercial transactions, strategic initiatives and product counseling. Before moving in-house, Andrew worked in the Capital Markets and general corporate groups of the New York offices of O'Melveny & Myers. While at O'Melveny, he spent time on secondment at Morgan Stanley assisting with leveraged finance, capital markets and M&A.
Andrew holds a B.A. in Political Economy from UC Berkeley and received his J.D. from The George Washington University Law School. He holds a CIPP/US certification from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Gabe is the CEO of Demandbase and leads the company in its mission to transform B2B Marketing, to enable B2B Marketers to directly impact revenue within their organizations. He has a passion for unlocking the full potential of teams and companies and in creating high-performance cultures.
Gabe has a deep technology background with 20 years of leadership experience within B2B, SaaS, MarTech, and Media. Before Demandbase, Gabe led sales and marketing for IDG’s SMB division. He has a BA in Comparative Literature from Brown University.
Chris Golec founded Demandbase in 2006. Chris started his first company in the mid 90's to help large enterprises overcome the challenges purchasing and engineering groups faced in managing their global supplier base. After building significant momentum in the marketplace, Supplybase was acquired by i2 Technologies (ITWO) in 2000 as part of the largest software merger in history. Chris then started a consulting practice helping companies build and manage world-class demand generation operations.
The success of the practice evolved into Demandbase, with the vision of transforming the way B2B companies identify, reach, and convert new customers online. Prior to his success as a software entrepreneur, Chris spent 10 years with GE and DuPont in global marketing, sales, and engineering. He earned his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University and his MBA from Boston University.
Stacey Bishop is a Partner at Scale Venture Partners (ScaleVP), focusing on on Software as a Service (SaaS) and Digital Marketing investments. In addition to Demandbase, Stacey also serves as a director of NComputing, and previously at Vitrue, prior to its acquisition by Oracle. In addition to sourcing Omniture and ExactTarget, Stacey advises many of ScaleVP’s other portfolio companies, including Box, HubSpot and DocuSign, Inc. Prior to joining ScaleVP in 1999, Stacey specialized in M&A within Bank of America’s Corporate Development Group. Stacey worked in equity research at Morgan Stanley and began her career as an account manager at Syntel, an IT services firm. Stacey holds an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School and a B.A. from University of Michigan.
Ned Gilhuly is a founding partner of Sageview Capital, LP, a private investment firm to provide growth capital to small and mid-sized companies in the technology, business services, and financial services sectors. Sageview Capital was established in 2006 and currently has over $1 billion in assets under management.
Ned has served on over 20 corporate boards and is currently a member of the board of directors of Alfresco, Avalara, Envivio, Exaro III, GoPro and MetricStream, as well as chairman of the board of the Duke Management Company, and a member of the board of trustees of Duke University.
Prior to founding Sageview Capital, Ned spent 19 years at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co (KKR), one of the world’s oldest and most experienced global private equity firms. Ned joined KKR in 1986 in San Francisco, became a partner in 1995, and from 1998 until 2004 he lived in London where he established and oversaw all aspects of KKR’s business in Europe. He also served on KKR’s Investment Committee from its inception in 2000 until his departure in 2005.
Before joining KKR, Ned received an M.B.A. (Arjay Miller Scholar) from the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University; worked in the mergers and acquisitions group of Merrill Lynch Capital Markets in New York; and graduated from Duke University with a B.A. (Magna Cum Laude) in History and Economics in 1982.
Steve Klei, a member of the Silicon Valley Bank CFO Advisory Board, is also the chief financial officer of Kabam, a world leader in multi-player free-to-play mobile games. Steve’s expertise has shaped Kabam into a profitable company with a $1 billion valuation and $400 million in annualized revenue, a 10x growth from 2010. Prior to joining Kabam, Steve served as the CFO for several successful, high-growth SaaS based companies, leading IPOs and acquisitions and creating more than $1 billion for shareholders. He has raised more than $600M in capital to fund growth over a dozen different times. Steve was the CFO at Jigsaw where he grew the company to a $175 million acquisition by Salesforce, which was one of the largest revenue multiples for SaaS M&A. Before that, he was consulting CFO at Xactly Corp., where he managed the acquisition of the company’s chief competitor in an all-stock transaction between the private companies. While at Zantaz, he grew the company exponentially in revenue to $125 million and then led a successful acquisition by Autonomy for over $400 million. He also led ProBusiness Services to an IPO and then acquisition by ADP for $500 million. Steve began his career at Ernst & Young and then served as the corporate controller of Esprit de Corp. Steve is a CPA and received his degree in Accounting from Central Michigan University.
Anthony is a member of the Altos investment team. Before joining Altos in 2000, Anthony led marketing efforts for three start-up companies, the first of which was Altos-funded Evolve Software. Anthony began his career at McKinsey & Company. Anthony is the lead independent director for Roblox Corporation (NYSE: RBLX) and serves on a number of private company and non-profit boards. He is chair emeritus of non-profits TechSoup Global and C100, the latter which he co-founded. Anthony previously served as a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and has contributed to bipartisan task forces on cybersecurity and Internet policy. Anthony received his MBA from Stanford University and earned an AB in Politics from Princeton University.
Bob Spinner is a founding partner and managing director of Jackson Square Ventures and brings two decades of high-technology business operational experience. Bob also works with CrownPeak Technology, Intacct, MarketLive, Vormetric and YouSendIt. Bob has served in various operational capacities, including CEO, worldwide sales, technical sales support, software programming, database design, and private and public fundraising. While at Sigma, Bob has helped a number of the firm's portfolio companies expand operations, build management teams and increase revenues. Bob's technology focus areas include enterprise applications software, e-commerce, and software as a service. Prior to joining Sigma, Bob was President and CEO of Extensity. During his tenure, Extensity grew from $1 million to $25 million while raising money through private funding and an IPO. In March of 2003, Extensity was sold to GEAC. Prior to Extensity, Bob was Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and International Operations at Clarify, a leading provider of integrated CRM solutions where he grew the company from $5 million to $140 million in revenue while managing a worldwide organization of 260 professionals. Earlier in his career, Bob served in expanding roles at Sybase including working as the director of one of Sybase's most successful regions, and held technical roles at ADR and Chevron, including sales engineer, programmer and database administrator. Bob received his B.A. in Mathematics from Washington University.
Heather brings more than 25 years of experience including a combined 10 years as CMO at Pluralsight and Domo to her role as a Demandbase board member. She has held executive positions within Oracle and SAP, led teams for numerous startups and has been a consultant for firms such as Accenture, The Boston Consulting Group, and Booz Allen Hamilton. She served Salt Stack’s Board of Directors for two years until October of 2020 when they were acquired by VMware and is currently serving on the board of Thryv (Nasdaq: THRY). Heather is also a strong advocate for supporting women in business and is an active mentor. She founded Women@Pluralsight and Women@Domo, has been named one of 30 Women to Watch and CXO of the Year by Utah Business magazine. Additionally, she has been recognized by the Women Tech Awards for Professional Excellence and holds an MBA from The Wharton School.
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