Tom Huseby, Chairman
In 1997 Tom formed SeaPoint Ventures. Prior to forming SeaPoint Ventures, Tom co-founded and was the first CEO of Metawave Communications Corporation, a manufacturer of cellular infrastructure equipment. Before Metawave, he was the first president and CEO of Innova Corporation, a manufacturer of digital millimeter wave radios. Tom spent the first seventeen years of his career at Raychem Corporation where he held a variety of executive positions in Europe, South America and the U.S. His last position at Raychem was Group Vice President of the Industrial Products Group.
Tom is currently Chairman of the Board of Airspan, Singlepoint, Zumobi, Mojix, Glympse, nFluence and is also a board member of Kineto Wireless, Photobucket, Hubspan, and Modiv Media. He is past chairman of Qpass, Telecom Transport Management and a board member of Tegic and Trumba Corporation. In addition to his duties at SeaPoint Ventures, Tom serves as venture/strategic partner at Oak Investment Partners, Covera Ventures and Voyager Capital. Tom has a Bachelor's degree in Economics and a BSIE from Columbia University and an MBA from Stanford University.
Ramin Sadr, Ph.D.
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InnoCal Venture Capital
Rick Gold is a Venture Director with InnoCal Venture Capital, with whom he has been affiliated since 2004. He also serves as a director of CalAmp Corp. (NASDAQ:CAMP), a supplier of wireless communications equipment, where he was Chairman from 2004 to 2008 and CEO from 2008 to 2011. He began his career as an engineer with Hewlett-Packard and was subsequently a founder and/or CEO of six technology start-ups: International Microsystems, Adams-Russell Semiconductor, Pacific Monolithics, Genoa, Radia Communications and Nova Crystals. He is a past memeber of the executive committee of the Wireless Communications Association. He received a BS in engineering physics from Cornell University, an MBA from Northeastern University and a PhD in electrical engineering from Stanford University.
Red Rock Ventures
Bob Todd is an entrepreneur with 20 years of experience with technology companies. He has founded or been a founding investor/director in several startups, two of which are now public companies with combined annual sales in excess of $6 billion. Bob's operating experience includes 10 years as a founder and CEO of Flextronics, and five years as the CEO of CAS, Inc. Bob has an M.B.A. from Stanford University and an A.B. in statistics from Princeton University.
Eric Copeland attended UC Berkeley and graduated with B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. After graduation, he developed communications components and systems at Hewlett-Packard, TV Answer, and Orbital Sciences Corporation. After receiving an MBA from Stanford, Eric joined wireless communications startup Aloha Networks and, later, venture capital firm Venrock, where he served on the boards of a number of infrastructure equipment, semiconductor and energy companies, including 2Wire, Anchor Bay Technology, Arcwave, Cadant, CipherMax, Genband, Hellosoft, Kendin Communications, Kenet, Keyotee, Kineto Wireless, Newport Media, Quantenna, SteelEye Technology, TalkingNets, and Teranetics. After retiring from the venture business, Eric ran two companies, semiconductor startup Project FT and utility scale geothermal operator Mayacamas Energy. He currently runs a private friends and family investment program and serves several organizations as an advisor, board member, consultant, or CEO.