Our Board members have spent years building & running successful enterprises. They advise Crowd Science in its mission to deliver valuable big data solutions for our clients.
Corey J. Leibow
President & CEO
Corey is a technology and e-commerce veteran who has held senior-level positions at leading-edge companies for more than 22 years. Most recently he was executive-in-residence at Plug and Play Tech Center, a high-tech incubator. Prior to Plug and Play, Leibow was president and CEO of Mercado Software, which he shaped into a leading e-commerce search and merchandising service, subsequently selling the company to Omniture in 2008. His earlier positions include executive vice president of worldwide sales and services at SEEC, Inc./Asera, chief operating officer of ClickSoftware, executive vice president of sales and professional services at Ajuba, and vice president of worldwide sales operations of Cadence Design Systems.
Corey loves to golf, ski, hike and backpack. He also once shared a taxi with Geraldine Ferraro and Willie Mays. There is a buddy-comedy movie idea in there somewhere.
Co-founder, Chief Crowd Scientist
John is a software architect out of comScore and Cisco. At comScore, John designed and built SiteRecruit, an enterprise recruitment product that started out as a simple enabling technology, allowing enterprise customers to intercept and recruit website visitors for in-house research, but soon grew to become a business driver in its own right, and now sits on some of the busiest websites on the Internet.
John also recently got engaged and married in the same week. Without telling his coworkers. Who aren’t bitter at all, but he still better bring them back a slice of wedding cake… Just saying.
Standish started his career as a process engineer with Intel Corporation. He leverages 20 years of venture capital experience with his background in engineering, technology, and operations to guide portfolio companies through the nuances of building leading companies in emerging technology markets. Standish O’Grady co-founded Granite Ventures as the early-stage venture capital group within Hambrecht & Quist in 1992, and co-led establishing Granite as an independent firm in 1998 and growing Granite to over $1 billion of funds under management.
As former SVP worldwide sales & services at Netscape Communications from its early beginnings, led the company to sales in excess of $600M during his tenure. He is the founding partner of the Apogee Venture Group, which assists startups in securing funding and recruiting talent. He has served on the boards of several organizations, including Active Software (Nasdaq), Oblix, Epiphany (Nasdaq), and others. Prior to this experience, Mr. Rulon-Miller held executive management jobs at IBM, NeXT Computers, Tandem Computers, and First Datas Resources.
John is a high-tech pioneer with global leadership experience spanning more than three decades. In addition to being the newest member of the Crowd Science Board of Directors, John is also an active member for Zamba Solutions and has held previous board positions help include Business Objects and Marimba. John was also previously President of Cadence design systems, and a Consulting Partner at KPMG. John enjoys commuting to the Bay Area piloting his own small plane, and enjoys landscape photography as a hobby.