Board of Directors
Anne Bonaparte brings more than 20 years of senior executive experience to the company at a time when the mobile enterprise applications market is poised for significant doubled revenues year-over-year, building Solidcore into the leading application white listing and IT policy enforcement solution provider until its acquisition by McAfee.
Previously, Anne was president and CEO of two leading security software companies, Tablus and MailFrontier, which she grew from early revenue to market leadership positions. In addition, Anne has led global multi-channel teams at VeriSign, Autodesk, Bain and Hewlett-Packard, and was founder of Buzzsaw, the leading SaaS provider of design collaboration and project management applications for the architecture, engineering and construction industries.
Anne holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Stanford University and an MBA with distinction from Harvard University.
Ned Carlson is a Managing Director of Dawntreader Ventures and has been with the team since its inception in 1998. Prior to Dawntreader Ventures, Ned held various positions in the investment banking division of UBS Securities. During his time at UBS, he advised technology clients on all facets of the capital raising and initial public offering process. He holds a degree in government from Harvard College.
In addition to serving as a director and Chairman of Xora, Ned currently serves as a Director of Peer39. Ned is also a former Advisor to the Board of MortgageIT (IPO, NYSE: MHL), and a former Director of InterSAN (acquired by Finisar, Nasdaq: FNSR), Colloquis (acquired by Microsoft, Nasdaq: MSFT), and ProactiveNet (acquired by BMC Software, NYSE: BMC).
Patrick Wack is a venture partner of Rho Ventures. Over the past 20 years, Patrick has successfully helped create and lead high-growth companies in technology and health care services. He joined Rho in 2008 and focuses on investments in information technology, particularly Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
Prior to Rho, Patrick was CEO of Rho portfolio company IntraLinks, a pioneer and leader in SaaS. He led the company from $15 million to $125 million in revenue and still serves as chairman. From 1991 to 1996, Patrick was COO of Professional Sports Care Management, a leading provider of outpatient physical therapy that experienced significant growth, went public and was eventually sold to a Fortune 500 company.