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Gene Hoffman, Jr.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Prior to Vindicia, Mr. Hoffman co-founded EMusic in January 1998 and served as President, Chief Executive Officer, and a Director. As head of EMusic, Mr. Hoffman was featured on the cover of Forbes Magazine as a member of the July 1999 E-Gang, and named one of the 100 most influential entrepreneurs in technology in Upside Magazine's November 2000 Elite 100. Mr. Hoffman led the acquisition of EMusic by Vivendi/Universal in June 2001.
Before founding EMusic Mr. Hoffman was Director of Business Development and Director of Interactive Marketing of Pretty Good Privacy. Mr. Hoffman joined Pretty Good Privacy after it acquired PrivNet, Inc., an Internet privacy software company, where he was co-founder, Director and Executive Vice President.
Brett A. Thomas
Chief Technology Officer
Before Vindicia, Mr. Thomas was Executive Vice President of Technology for EMusic, joining Mr. Hoffman shortly after the company was founded. While at EMusic, Mr. Thomas led a team of sixty-five employees and oversaw the technical integration of several geographically diverse enterprises utilizing multiple platforms.
Mr. Thomas has been a professional software developer since 1989, and has management, contract and technical experience through roles at Network Associates, PGP, NCR, MCI and IBM. Mr. Thomas has particular expertise in the design and implementation of high transaction volume e-commerce systems, large-payload download infrastructures, conversion of paper documents to electronic formats, encryption and security.
Mark B. Elrod
Executive Vice President of Business Development
Prior to founding Vindicia, Mr. Elrod served as Vice President of Engineering and Business Development for ETP, Inc. and was a co-founder of LiquidMetal Consulting, providing time-critical engineering design and development resources to online media companies.
Before LiquidMetal, Mr. Elrod was a founding member and technical lead for FreeAmp.org, a non-profit, open-source media development organization sponsored by EMusic. Mr. Elrod came to EMusic from PGP/Network Associates where he led the Windows client development for their flagship encryption product after joining the team through the merger of PGP and PrivNet, an Internet privacy software company, where he was co-founder, Director and Vice President of Engineering.
Vice President of Sales
Before Vindicia, Ms. Kaselitz was the Principal Founder of echo lane, Inc. a sales consulting business focused on development of sales processes, outsourced lead generation and CRM configuration services for technology companies. Prior to echo lane, Kaselitz led the sales team at Media Publisher, Inc. (MPI), an enterprise streaming media software company, where she drove sales in the financial services, pharmaceutical, and government sectors and achieved profitability in MPI's first year.
Prior to MPI, Ms. Kaselitz was the Sales Director for the West and Central regions at Inktomi and was responsible for enterprise sales of content networking and infrastructure software, media distribution applications, and search/retrieval solutions. Prior to Inktomi, Kaselitz served in sales management positions at eScene networks, USWeb, Paine Weber, and ADXL. Ms. Kaselitz co-founded the NW Colorado Recreation Facility, a non-profit organization for young athletes. Ms. Kaselitz has a BA in English Literature from the University of Vermont.
Vice President of Operations
Prior to Vindicia, Mr. Segal was Vice President of Operations at EMusic.com, a leading Internet-based music subscription service, where he was responsible for the HR, Production, Customer Service, Royalty Administration, and Business Affairs departments of eMusic through the Company's acquisition by Vivendi/Universal's Universal Music Group in 2002.
Prior to EMusic, Segal served as the Executive in Charge of Production/COO for The Documedia Group, an award-winning documentary production company based in Los Angeles. His projects included the 52-hour Sworn to Secrecy series for The History Channel and The Last Days of WWII for the A&E Network for which he was nominated for an Emmy. Mr. Segal holds an MBA from Pepperdine University's Graziadio School of Business, was named a National Journalism Center Fellow in 1996, and received a BA in English Literature from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Vice President of Marketing
Before Vindicia, Mr. Su was Vice President of Business Development and Interactive Marketing for EMusic.com, where he was responsible for all aspects of partner, channel, and online marketing for EMusic and helped grow the EMusic online music subscription service from inception to a subscription base of approximately 75,000 users.
Prior to EMusic, Su was Director of Internet Marketing and Community for Intuit's Small Business division. Before Intuit, Mr. Su held management positions in Business Development and Advertising Operations at Infoseek Corporation. Prior to Infoseek, Su held various product marketing, business development, and management positions at Apple Computer. Mr. Su has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and a M.S. in Management from the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management.