Board of Directors

John Occhipinti

John Occhipinti is a Managing Director of Woodside Fund and has over 14 years of experience in enterprise software technology, marketing, and sales. John serves on the Board of Directors of Intalio (business process management infrastructure software), VeriWave (wireless LAN test equipment), and Tacit Software (enterprise expertise automation software). Prior to joining Woodside Fund, John was an early executive at Netscape Communications. Initially, John led a team that drove the company’s first significant revenues, helping launch Netscape through its initial public offering. Prior to Netscape, John worked at Oracle Corporation, marketing and selling large-scale enterprise database technologies. John has an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley, Walter A. Haas School of Business, and a BA from the University of California Berkeley. He currently serves on the Board of Directors at Trinity School.

David G. Brown

David Brown is the Managing Partner of Oak Hill Venture Partners, and a Member of Headwater Partners I, an intellectual property investments fund. He is also a Vice President of Keystone, Inc., leading Keystone’s venture capital activities, including investments in 33 companies since 1998. From 1993 until 1998, Mr. Brown originated private equity investments and managed divestitures and completed financings on behalf of Keystone, LP.┬áPrior to joining Keystone, he worked at Salomon Brothers Inc., where he was a Vice President in the corporate finance department. Mr. Brown serves on the board of Bowdoin College, Naturebridge, the Tuck Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship and several private and public companies. Mr. Brown holds a BA degree from Bowdoin College and an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

Daniel Huttenlocher

Daniel Huttenlocher is Dean of Computing and Information Science and the John P. and Rilla Neafsey Professor of Computing, Information Science and Business at Cornell University. He has over twenty years of experience managing research and development teams in corporate and academic settings. His primary areas of research are computer vision and the study of online social networks, and he has published over 75 technical papers and holds 24 US patents. At Cornell, Dan chaired the Provost’s task force on computing and information, whose recommendations have led to the establishment of a new faculty for computing research and education. Prior to becoming a Director of Intelligent Markets, Dan was a Principal Scientist at Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Center. His work there led to the ISO JBIG2 image compression standard. Dan received his undergraduate degree from Michigan and his masters and Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Richard K. MacWilliams

Dick MacWilliams is Chairman of Intelligent Markets, Inc. He is also Chairman of BoardEx LLC, a global leader in relationship capital management, as well as Co-Founder and Managing Partner of eBond Advisors LLC, a provider of credit enhancement services to corporations and governments in cooperation with investment banks. Previously, Mr. MacWilliams was Executive Vice President for Bridge Information Systems, following Bridge’s 1995 acquisition of EJV Partners, a joint venture among six large Wall Street firms and specialized in fixed income data and trading systems. He joined EJV in 1991 as President and CEO of EJV Brokerage, the first fully automated electronic broker in US Government Securities. Prior to that, Mr. MacWilliams was a senior executive in fixed income securities at Drexel Burnham Government Securities and at Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette. While at DLJ Mr. MacWilliams was also President and CEO of ACLI Commodity Services, a worldwide commodity trading company acquired by DLJ in 1981. Mr. MacWilliams is a graduate of Bucknell University, where he served as a trustee from 1980 to 1988.

Michael Fairweather

Michael Fairweather is the Chief Executive Officer of Intelligent Markets, Inc. Michael has over 15 years of experience in the financial services industry. Prior to joining Intelligent Markets he was with Arthur Andersen working in their Hedge Fund Advisory Group and their Derivatives and Treasury Risk Management Practice. Mr. Fairweather, a CPA, has a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University in finance and accounting, and is a certified project management professional.