Alex Panelli serves on the Board of Directors of Positioning Universal, Inc., a fast-growing startup based in San Diego, CA. He is also the Founder & CEO of Cloudsign LLC, a developer of software and solutions for the emerging digital signage industry. In addition to his role with the EBV Foundation, he serves as an advisor and investor in several technology startups, including VIMOC Technologies, Scorebird, Pakible, RadPad, Shoeboxed, Hiku and Bay Sensors. Prior to this, he served as the Chief Executive Officer of Trilibis Mobile from 2004 through 2009, raising three rounds of capital totaling over $8 million. Before Trilibis, he served in various roles with Palm (acquired by HP), Converge, Hewlett-Packard, Agilent, Motorola and Westinghouse Electric. Alex holds an MBA from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University.
Ted Lachowicz is a private equity investor and entrepreneur specializing in real estate and venture capital. From 1994 to 2008, he was a partner at the global investment bank Babcock & Brown. Prior to Babcock & Brown, Ted was a Partner at D’Accord Financial Services and held various marketing and financial positions at Ryder System, Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. and Westinghouse. Currently, Mr. Lachowicz is a director at the firms of ET Capital, Vimoc Technologies, L&R Partners, and Tony Baird Electronics.
Rich Page was one of the first four Apple Fellows and Co-Founded NeXT Computer with Steve Jobs. He has several decades of experience building new businesses in Silicon Valley. At NeXT Computer, Rich was VP of Hardware Engineering and led development of the Cube, NeXTstation and Turbo NeXTstation products. He also was General Manager of the NeXT Hardware Division. At Apple, Rich developed early prototypes of Lisa and the Mac. He was responsible for software development tools, compilers and hardware development. Rich was also responsible for selecting the Motorola 68000 in Apple products and was personally responsible for the Apple/Motorola relationship. Rich was the second Fellow at Rambus contributing to lighting and new memory technologies. Rich was President and founder of Next Sierra, a fabless semiconductor company which developed display drivers for active matrix OLED. Rich was President and Founder of Sierra Research and Technology which provided 622M ATM, 10/100 Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet designs to more than 50 semiconductor and system companies.Rich is currently on the board of three startups including Chowbotics, Trayt and Yattsi.
Eugene Rosenfeld is one of the nation’s leading real estate developers. He, along with Apollo Advisors founded Western Pacific Housing, a residential development company which merged with Schuler Homes, Inc. Ultimately, the combined companies were sold in 2002 to D.R. Horton for $1.4 billion. Currently, he is the sole proprietor of Forest Lane Group, a major investor and developer of commercial and residential property in both the United States and Europe. During his 13 years with Kaufman and Broad, an international housing producer and insurance company, he rose from division controller to president and CEO. Under his leadership, Kaufman and Broad became one of the nation’s largest producers of housing, expanding internationally. He also serves on the UCLA Zinman Center for Real Estate Board.