Dan Finnigan, Chief Executive Officer
Dan has spent his career launching and growing Internet businesses with a focus on the recruitment market. Previously, Dan served as Senior Vice President of Yahoo! and General Manager of Yahoo! HotJobs, doubling revenue between 2002 and 2007. At Yahoo, Dan established Yahoo and HotJobs’ partnership with a consortium of over 700 newspapers, today representing 41 percent of total Sunday circulation in the U.S.
Prior to Yahoo!, he led the creation of Knight Ridder Digital, the Internet company of the world’s second largest newspaper publisher, serving as President and CEO. For Knight Ridder, Dan led its joint acquisition of CareerBuilder with Tribune, serving on CareerBuilder’s Board for three years. Prior, to joining Knight Ridder, Dan helped launch, and eventually led as CEO, Smartpages.com (now Yellowpages.com) for SBC/ATT. Dan holds an M.B.A. from The Wharton School and a B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles
Adam Hyder, Chief Technology Officer
Adam has built and led world class engineering teams for Fortune 500 companies as well as successful start ups. Previously, Adam served as Senior Director of Engineering for Yahoo’s Advertising Management Platform (AMP) and CTO and Director of Engineering for Yahoo! HotJobs.
Before Yahoo!, he was Senior Director of Engineering at TradeBeam and CEO, CTO and Co-founder of OneBuild. Adam holds a M.B.A. from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a M.S. in Computer Science from AMU, Aligarh India.
Kevin Nanney, Vice President of Product
Kevin has a deep technical background and understanding of product development and product lifecycles. Kevin most recently served as vice president of product management at Taleo, a talent management provider. In that role, he developed the product direction, strategy and roadmap for Taleo’s SMB SaaS Talent Management Platform Suite.
Prior to that, Kevin was the Senior Director of Product Management at Navis and Director of Product Management at PeopleSoft. Previously, he held technical consulting positions with PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Ernest & Young.
Kimberley Kasper, Chief Marketing Officer
Kimberley has more than 15 years of marketing experience delivering bottom line results for leading B2B brands. She previously served as Vice President of Small-Medium Business and Talent Grid Marketing at Taleo. In that role, she oversaw all aspects of marketing for the Taleo Business Edition product line, including product marketing, messaging, communications, demand generation, and customer marketing.
Prior to Taleo, Kasper was Vice President of Worldwide Marketing at SumTotal Systems, a human capital management solutions provider. She has also held marketing leadership positions at Salesforce.com, WebEx, CommerceOne and Verifone. Kimberley holds a B.S in Business Administration from Chapman University.
David Lahey, Vice President of Customer Success
David is an accomplished executive in business software with extensive experience building and scaling global service teams. He previously held executive positions in Sales and Partner Services for the mid-market ERP division of Sage and was Vice President of the Professional Services at ACCPAC.
In 1984, David founded and was Chief Executive Officer of Lahey Software, a provider of integrated ERP modules for the mid-market which were purchased by Computer Associates in 2002. David holds a B.S. in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Patrick has worked with Microsoft, MySpace, Realtor.com, Move.com, Orbitz, NewsCorp, Paramount, Stamps.com, Escrow.com, Comcast, Disney, Amgen, Paul Mitchell, Numonyx, Cadence, Wasserman Media Group, eBay and BidRx. He is also a published writer and photographer with works on autobytel.com and espn.com.
Before the World Wide Web, he was the Editor-in-Chief of The Garden Grove Journal, a magazine art director for what is now Primedia Publishing, Inc., and served as the Creative Director for the Farber for Congress political campaign. The 1994 Farber campaign was one half of the most expensive Congressional campaign in history to that date.