Scott has spent the last 18+ years building consumer tech products at scale.
His career has spanned hands-on, founder, and engineering leadership roles.
Since 2015, Scott has been focusing on building and scaling a world-class engineering organization as VP of Engineering at Credit Karma.
Soren is vice president of engineering at MuleSoft, provider of the leading platform for
building application networks. Prior to MuleSoft, Soren held executive leadership roles at
Atlassian, Vignette and BigCommerce.
Nik is a financial engineer who pioneered a number of tech innovations on Wall Street during his 15+ year career at Goldman Sachs. Nik is passionate about the cross-section of finance and technology. He has recently moved from NYC to SF and brings his passion to Affirm Banking Platform, with the mission of building modern and transparent financial technology solutions for Affirm's consumers, merchants and investors.
Dan is Talent Partner at Greylock. Previously, he was VP of Success & Engagement at Rypple, and VP of Organizational Development at Mozilla, creators of Firefox. Earlier in his career Dan spent a decade building out successful early-stage, venture-backed consumer and enterprise companies. Dan also served as a Council member for Code2040.org, a non-profit creating opportunities for underrepresented minorities in tech.
Jessica is a founder and the CTO of Pilot, a bookkeeping firm powered by software. Previously, she was a founder and the VPE for a real-time collaboration startup acquired by Dropbox. Before that, she was a computer nerd at MIT who joined her friends at Ksplice, a company building a service for rebootless kernel updates on Linux that was acquired by Oracle. Jessica is also a former Director for the Python Software Foundation and PyCon North America's Diversity Outreach Chair. Fun fact: Jessica is a technical advisor to the HBO show Silicon Valley.
Wade oversees all aspects of engineering and technology innovation at Grand Rounds. With more than 25 years of engineering leadership experience, he has deep technical domain expertise and a successful track record of scaling teams and leaders, market-defining technology innovations, and business growth for companies of all sizes including Twitter, TellApart, Yahoo, and Opsware.
Before Silicon Valley, Wade served in the military and the White House Situation Room.