Board of Directors
Kespry's board of directors is driven to foster the long-term success of the company. It's comprised of a diverse group of individuals with deep technology, education and venture capital expertise. The board is responsible for Kespry's corporate policies, governance, strategic direction, and vision.
LIGHTSPEED VENTURE PARTNERS
John Vrionis is a Venture Partner with Lightspeed Venture Partners and has been investing in enterprise technology companies for the past two decades. He holds an MBA from Stanford, an MS in CS from the University of Chicago, and a BA in Economics from Harvard.
Jason Krikorian is General Partner at DCM Ventures. He co-founded Sling Media, the DCM Ventures-backed pioneering digital media company that created the Slingbox. Jason’s experience as a successful entrepreneur brings unique first-hand insights and support to his portfolio companies. As co-founder of Sling Media, Jason led the establishment of partnerships with global MSOs and mobile operators, as well as the international expansion of the company. At DCM Ventures, Jason focuses on digital media, the Internet of Things, and industrial applications of consumer technology, among other themes. Prior to Sling Media, Jason was a Partner at id8 Group where he advised leading global brands on product and business strategy focusing on digital media and mobile device platforms. Jason also spent several years at BCG where he advised Fortune 500 clients in the retail, automotive and utilities sectors.
David Mount is a partner at G2VP, focused on investments at the intersection of advanced digital technologies and traditional industry. Prior to G2VP, David was a partner in the Green Growth Fund at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers for nine years, where he invested in companies such as OSIsoft, ServiceMax, Opower and SilverSpring Networks. He also founded Element Analytics, a software company focused on time series data analysis. Earlier in his career, David worked in the energy, chemicals and consumer portfolios at Bain Capital Credit, a $20B structured finance unit of Bain Capital. David holds a B.A. from Yale University, an M.S. in environment and resources and an M.B.A. from Stanford University, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. He remains involved at Stanford as a guest lecturer and as a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board at the Stanford School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences.
CHAIRMAN AND CEO
George Mathew brings 20 years of experience developing high-growth technology startups to the company. Prior to Kespry, George held senior leadership positions at Alteryx, salesforce.com and SAP. He has driven company strategy, led product management and development, and built sales and marketing teams. He joined Kespry in early 2017 as Chairman of the Board and CEO, where he focuses on leading the company’s mission to transform how people and businesses capture, use and get value from worksite intelligence. George holds a Bachelor of Science in Neurobiology from Cornell University and a Masters in Business Administration from Duke University, where he was a Fuqua Scholar.
COO and CFO
Langley Eide drives execution against Kespry’s strategic vision, and leads finance, strategic planning, and operations. She seeks to optimize revenue growth and capital efficiency. Langley was previously Chief Strategy Officer at Alteryx, where she reported to the CEO from 2015 to 2019, and held a variety of operational roles to help grow the business from a privately-held, mid-stage software business to a multi-billion dollar organization. Prior to Alteryx, Langley served as Vice President, Finance and Strategy at ServiceNow, where she reported to the CFO and built the corporate development and investor relations functions between 2013-2014. Before ServiceNow, Langley was an Executive Director in Morgan Stanley’s Capital Markets group, where she reported to the Vice Chairman, Capital Markets, and supported financing activities for West Coast technology clients. Earlier in her career, Langley was a buy-side equity research analyst focused on software and Internet companies. She graduated with a BA from Williams College, where she dual-majored in Economics and Art History.