In 40 words: As co-founder and CEO, he sold StubHub to eBay for $310 million in 2007 before founding Spreecast. He’s also on the board and advises consumer Internet and mobile startups.
About the business: Social video platform that connects people through conversation.
Hometown: San Francisco.
Education: B.S., finance, B.S., systems engineering, University of Pennsylvania.
First job: Analyst at the Blackstone Group.
Word that best describes you: Driven.
Second office: Home.
For which organizations do you volunteer: Nueva School, Temple Emanu-El Pre-School.
Favorite cause: Tipping Point, a San Francisco-based organization focused on fighting poverty.
Favorite escape: Kona, Hawaii.
Guilty pleasure: Red wine and chocolate.
Greatest professional accomplishment: Getting sued by the New England Patriots.
Stress relief: Flying model airplanes.
Favorite sport/club in which you participated: Skiing.
Favorite quote: “The buck stops here.” — Harry Truman.
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up: Lawyer.
Best advice you ever got: Don’t be a lawyer.
Work hours per week: 60.
Years in current role: 2.
Goal by 40: I want to figure out how to find a balance in my life that allows for work, family time and staying in shape.