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Leadership Team

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Aman Bhutani, Chief Executive Officer

As CEO of GoDaddy, Aman Bhutani brings over 20 years of experience in technical, management, and leadership roles ushering brands into new eras of innovation and global growth.

Prior to joining GoDaddy in 2019, Aman spent nearly a decade at Expedia Inc., where he served as Brand Expedia Group president from 2015 to 2019 and chief technology officer and SVP of worldwide engineering from 2010 to 2015. Prior to joining Expedia, Aman served as senior vice president at JP Morgan Chase.

In 2018, Aman was elected to the board of directors of The New York Times Company serving the Audit and Technology & Innovation committees.

He earned his MBA from Lancaster University in Lancashire, England, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Delhi University. Aman and his family live in Seattle, Washington.

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Andrew Low Ah Kee, Chief Operating Officer

As Chief Operating Officer, Andrew is responsible for GoDaddy’s worldwide commercial strategy and operations. He leads our Global Market Operations team which includes marketing, customer care and analytics as well as our regional teams charged with GoDaddy's international expansion.

Before joining GoDaddy in 2014, Andrew served as Director for KKR Capstone where he worked with the Consumer, Technology and Media investment teams to evaluate investment opportunities and accelerate portfolio company growth. He worked closely with GoDaddy since KKR’s investment in 2011. Before KKR he was a consultant with the Boston Consulting Group.

Andrew holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of Toronto.

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Patrick Pulvermüller, President of Partners Business

As GoDaddy’s Senior Vice President and General Manager of Global Hosting, Patrick Pulvermüller is responsible for setting the strategy for GoDaddy’s hosting team around the world, developing fast and reliable solutions to make GoDaddy customers’ sites visible on the web.

Prior to GoDaddy, Patrick spent several years as CEO of Host Europe and was the driving force behind the company’s organic growth and several acquisitions. In 2013 Patrick took on the role as CEO of HEG (Host Europe Group) with overseeing notable brands such as Host Europe, DomainFactory, Heart Internet, 123reg and more. Patrick came to GoDaddy when the company acquired HEG in 2017.

Patrick holds an MBA in Operations and Finance from The Open University. Patrick is also a Member of the Board at PlusServer, and in his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his 5 kids and skiing.

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Nima Kelly, Chief Legal Officer

Nima is General Counsel for GoDaddy, responsible for mergers & acquisitions, governance, corporate and patent litigation, and intellectual property matters, as well as customer-facing and third-party transactional agreements.

Since joining GoDaddy in 2002, Nima has served as project manager, Vice President of Wild West Domains (the company's reseller affiliate), Public Relations and Corporate Administration, and Deputy General Counsel. She also grew the company’s philanthropic efforts with GoDaddy Cares and developed the company's legendary holiday parties.

In her life before GoDaddy, Nima worked for Business Edge Solutions and Beechwood Data Solutions. She also practiced labor and employment law in New York City.

Nima earned her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a B.A., summa cum laude, from Gettysburg College where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She loves music, the Yankees and will "drop everything to go to The Met in NYC."

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James Carroll, President of International Independents Business

As head of Global Platform team, James drives the architecture and development for all of GoDaddy’s global business and product platforms, including the systems that power our global marketing and ecommerce systems worldwide to deliver enhanced customer relationships and services.

Before coming to GoDaddy in 2013, James was a Senior Vice President at Yahoo!, where he directed the company's global R&D centers in China, India and the Middle East. He also oversaw Yahoo’s content, social and membership platforms as well as the international delivery of all Yahoo! products and services worldwide.

Prior to Yahoo!, James spent 13 years as General Manager at Microsoft. While there, he managed the MSN international team and later, the Windows and Windows Live international teams.

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Karen Tillman, Chief Communications Officer

Karen Tillman is the SVP and Chief Communications Officer at GoDaddy, and has more than two decades of experience managing corporate communications programs for global technology companies. Prior to joining GoDaddy, Karen was the Chief Communications Officer of Cisco, which she joined in 2010 and helped lead the reputational turnaround in 2011 - 2012. Before Cisco, Karen served as VP of Global Corporate Communications at Oracle, where she worked for 12 years.

Karen joined GoDaddy in 2013 and was charged with leading a brand and reputational overhaul to better reflect the company’s mission of providing technology to small businesses. Through the management of public relations, social media, community engagement, executive communication, corporate social responsibility, and employee communications, the company has significantly changed its reputation in the market.

Karen studied at the University of California, Irvine and holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Comparative Literature.

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Lauren Antonoff, President of US Independents Business

As Senior Vice President of Presence and Commerce at GoDaddy, Lauren oversees the development and operations of our website builder and E-commerce solutions for small business around the world.

Prior to GoDaddy, Lauren spent eighteen years at Microsoft, where she was most recently Director of Program Management for SharePoint, leading the effort to make the SharePoint a tool that people love to use to get work done. Her leadership was instrumental in building one of the most successful products and businesses at Microsoft, and helping SharePoint navigate the shift to the cloud.

While at Microsoft, she founded the Step Up Program, designed to increase the number of women in senior management roles by helping women become stronger candidates for these roles. Lauren studied Rhetoric and Political Science at the University of California at Berkeley.

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Charles Beadnall, Chief Technology Officer

Charles is responsible for ensuring GoDaddy engineering delivers a more powerful, integrated experience to customers through the adoption of key technologies and capabilities like public cloud and machine learning.

Before joining GoDaddy in 2013, Charles was responsible for ad serving and personalization platforms at Yahoo! Prior to Yahoo!, he held engineering leadership positions at Metaweb Technologies, Verisign and WR Hambrecht + Co.

Charles studied at Ludwig-Maximilians Universität and holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from Northwestern University.

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Monica Bailey, Chief People Officer

As head of GoDaddy’s people and culture, Monica is responsible for talent and performance management, total rewards, learning and development, hiring, inclusion and partnership with our people and leaders worldwide. Since joining GoDaddy in 2013, Monica has implemented several initiatives including an updated performance review process in partnership with Stanford to reduce unconscious bias, while reinforcing great performance and a distinct culture. Additionally, she’s been instrumental in leveling and career structure, pay parity and an employee feedback engine to improve both GoDaddy’s culture and company.

Prior to GoDaddy, Monica worked at Microsoft for 17 years where she worked as a trusted business partner, helped create the HR Mergers and Acquisitions practice and ran the top of the house internal assessment and development program aimed at growing top talent for future challenges, including President and CEO successors for the company. She also ran her own HR coaching and consulting firm.

Monica holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology and Communications, with a focus on Women’s Studies from Washington State University.

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Ray Winborne, Chief Financial Officer

As GoDaddy’s CFO, Ray manages the company’s finance functions including financial planning and analysis, controllership, tax, treasury, internal audit and investor relations.

Ray brings more than 20 years of experience leading finance teams in global companies with significant operating scale and complexity. Before joining GoDaddy in 2016, Ray was Chief Financial Officer of First Data, a global leader in commerce-enabling technology and solutions. He played a catalyst role influencing the direction of company with respect to product pricing, wholesale channel engagement, the card issuing business and the need for transformational change in the small merchant business segment. Ray was also pivotal in the strengthening of the company’s balance sheet, refinancing nearly $24 billion in debt. Prior to First Data, he served in senior financial leadership roles at Delta Air Lines and AT&T. Ray began his professional career at PwC in Atlanta.

He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Troy University. Away from the office, Ray enjoys time with his wife Stefanie and two boys—both Tigers (Mizzou & Auburn) and loves to ski, golf, boat and hike.

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Fara Howard, Chief Marketing Officer

Fara Howard joins us most recently from Amazon Fashion where she led Marketing for the US business.

Prior to Amazon, Fara was the Global Head of Marketing at Vans and had the honor of bringing their brand to life for their 50th Anniversary. Her career also includes over a decade at Dell, including leading North America Consumer and Small Business Marketing and establishing Dell’s in-house digital agency. She started her marketing career at Gatorade, which taught her the importance of intimately knowing your customer. She remains steadfast that marketing’s primary role is to understand and advocate for the customer.

Fara received her MBA at the University of Michigan—Go Blue!

She met her husband there as well so Ann Arbor holds a special place in her heart. Outside of the office, Fara is an avid athlete and loves doing anything outdoors, particularly if it involves her husband and three ridiculously active boys, ages 7, 8 and 9.

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Cameron Scott, Chief Brand Officer

As Chief Brand Officer, Cameron Scott’s core initiative is to infuse passion and purpose into GoDaddy's brand;driving a company-wide evolution from a trusted staple of the Internet to a broad category leader that truly enables, rallies and champions a tribe of millions of individuals—each who strive to make their own way in life by turning their ideas into a reality online.

A technology pioneer for 25+ years, Cameron has been at the forefront of innovation, playing a key role in many digital tools and services that are now internet staples, including digital communications, online advertising, and massive-scale service platforms known collectively today as “the cloud.” Before joining GoDaddy in 2013, Cameron held a variety of senior strategy and communications roles at Microsoft, Yahoo! and AT&T Wireless.

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Auguste Goldman, President of Care & Services

As head of GoDaddy’s Customer Care team, Auguste leads our 5,000 strong force of seasoned guides, our relentless advocates for our customer’s success and supporters of their journey from their first idea to online success. GoDaddy’s Care team spans the globe as we follow our customers in their language, delivering knowledgeable and passionate Care. Prior to running our Care team, Auguste has served as our Chief People Officer and our Chief Information Officer leading key functions of our company for over 10 years.

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David Kirven, SVP, General Manager of Voice & Messaging Business

As Senior Vice President & General Manager of GoDaddy’s Voice and Messaging Business, David Kirven is focused on building out GoDaddy’s telephony strategy and delivering innovative and differentiated mobile products that customers love.

David has over 20 years of high tech/SaaS industry experience. Prior to GoDaddy he was VP of Global Marketing for the Mobility Apps Division of Citrix, where he helped lead the spin-off of the GetGo division and successful merger to LogMeIn. Prior to Citrix, David was VP of Marketing and Sales at Intuit, where he held multiple leadership roles across many of Intuit’s fastest growing businesses, including TurboTax, where he led brand strategy and was instrumental in doubling that business to $1.3B in revenue.

David earned his MBA and Bachelor of Science degrees at the University of San Diego. He resides in Carlsbad with his wife and three children. Away from the office, David enjoys being outdoors with his family and volunteering as coach of the boys high school rowing team.

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David Popowitz, Corporate Development Officer

David directs GoDaddy's corporate development activities, including acquiring and partnering with companies that can enhance GoDaddy customer and product experiences.

Prior to GoDaddy, David was an investment banker at Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and most recently Credit Suisse where he led the Technology Investment Banking Group. Over 18 years, David advised some of the leading technology companies on strategic and financial matters.

David holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.A. from Brown University.

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Irana Wasti, Regional President EMEA

As head of GoDaddy EMEA, Irana leads a global team that helps small businesses in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa bring their businesses online and make their own way. Prior to this role, Irana was the General Manager for GoDaddy’s productivity business, leading teams that provide small businesses with tools and services that help them improve communication and run their businesses.

Irana joined GoDaddy in 2013, leading product teams focused on delivering productivity tools to small businesses. In addition, Irana founded GoDaddy Women in Technology (GDWiT) a networking organization with a mission to foster professional growth among women at GoDaddy as well as attract more diversity to the technology industry.

Prior to GoDaddy, Irana ran product teams at Intuit, where she oversaw the launch of Quickbooks POS and mobile payments, enabling more than 100,000 merchants to “go mobile.” Irana began her career at IBM where she served in engineering and product leadership roles focused on technology solutions for enterprise customers worldwide.

Irana holds an M.B.A from Harvard Business School and a B.A. in Computer Science from University of California at Berkeley. She and her husband have two very active boys and enjoy traveling and discovering new cultures and cuisines.

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Lotfi Herzi, SVP, Global Platforms Development

Lotfi Herzi is the Senior Vice President of Global Platforms Development and responsible for managing the engineering, product management, user experience, and marketing operations teams responsible for GoDaddy’s commercial website, content and reseller platforms, digital marketing technologies (MarTech), customer care’s tools and platform.

Lotfi also led the international expansion of GoDaddy’s products and services before focusing on the Customer & Marketing Platforms.

Prior to joining GoDaddy, Lotfi served as Yahoo’s VP leading the Global Product Development group, in charge of the international delivery of all Yahoo Products and services worldwide. Yahoo’s products, services, and platforms, boasted over 800M users worldwide. During his 18-year tenure at Microsoft, Lotfi worked on a variety of products and roles within several divisions including Windows NT, Windows 95, Internet Explorer, MSN, and Surface (pixelsense). In his last role with Microsoft as General Manager, he led multiple teams driving the Entertainment & Devices Division (Xboxinternationalization and Localization) and delivering company-wide services (Media, Packaging Engineering and Artwork).

Based in the Bay Area, in the heart of Silicon Valley, Lotfi is known for his passion for international markets and technologies and what they can do for customers. He holds a “Diplôme d’Ingénieur” (MS in Computer Science & Applied Mathematics) from ENSEEIHT (Toulouse, France).

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Roger Chen, Regional President APAC

As Regional President of Asia-Pacific at GoDaddy, Roger is on point to build a market-leading position in the region by delivering compelling end-to-end experiences supported by world-class go to market activities offering SMB solutions and platforms.

Prior to GoDaddy, he spent 6 years at Yahoo where he last served as Vice President of Product Management, led PM and Design teams for Asia across Media, Search, e-Commerce, Mobile, Partnerships, and Custom Solutions.

He has over 20 years of professional experience in Asia & US, focused on internet product development, marketing, consumer hardware, and telecom. His previous leadership experiences included Technical Director at AT&T/SBC Communications, and led product development of consumer laptop group at Dell with annual billion dollar product revenue.

Roger graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, double-majored BA degree in Computer Science and Economics.

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Jill Schoolenberg, Regional President CAL

A veteran consumer marketing leader with a proven track record for strategic brand building and generating results, Jill Schoolenberg is now the Regional President for Canada, Australia and Latin America at GoDaddy, where she oversees the brand positioning of the one of the most dynamic Internet companies.

With more than 15 years of experience leading technology and small business organizations in Canada, Schoolenberg has helped GoDaddy grow the business in Canada by attracting new customers, while leading the charge on business strategy, planning and management. In 2017, she oversaw the Itty Bitty Ballers campaign with the Toronto Raptors, resulting in one of the most successful branding campaigns in the company’s history. Her success with GoDaddy in Canada propelled her to her new position, leading other international markets to growth.

Prior to joining GoDaddy, Schoolenberg led product management with P&L accountability for Microsoft’s Windows business, as well as sales and marketing for Small and Medium Sized businesses. She began her career working in consumer packaged goods and the food industry with Procter & Gamble.

Schoolenberg graduated with an Honors Business Degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business Administration at Western University in London, Ontario. Schoolenberg lives in Toronto where she hones her practice as a certified Pilates teacher.

Board of Directors

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Aman Bhutani, Chief Executive Officer

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Charles Robel, Board Chairman and Independent Investor

Charles Robel is a retired Silicon Valley executive and private investor. He spent 26 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers and served as the partner running its Silicon Valley Software Services Group from 1985 until the mid 1990s. He subsequently managed the Technology Mergers and Acquisitions Group until his retirement in 2000.

From 2000 through 2005 Charles was a general partner at Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, a leading software industry venture capital firm. He’s currently lead director of Informatica Corp. and is also a director of DemandTec, Inc.

Charles holds a B.S. in accounting from Arizona State University. He serves on the board of several private companies and previously served on the board of directors of Adaptec, Inc., Borland Software Corporation, and McAfee, Inc.

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Brian Sharples, Co-founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of HomeAway

Sharples co-founded HomeAway with Carl Shepherd in February 2005. He raised over $400 million in private funding to acquire market-leading vacation rental websites around the world. Since then, Sharples has built HomeAway into a cohesive global network backed by a unified technology platform.

Sharples is the former president and chief executive officer of IntelliQuest Information Group, a supplier of marketing data and research to Fortune 500 technology companies. He also completed two successful public offerings and the subsequent sale of IntelliQuest to WPP Group.

An expert in technology brand strategy, Mr. Sharples has counseled several major brands, including Apple, Microsoft and Dell. He currently serves on the board of directors for RetailMeNot (NASDAQ: SALE), Fexy Media, and Twyla. He is an investment advisor to venture capital firm, Institutional Venture Partners, and private equity firm, Tritium Partners. Mr. Sharples is also a passionate entrepreneur and is currently involved with several startups.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in math and economics from Colby College and a master’s degree from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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Greg Mondre, Managing Partner & Managing Director Silver Lake

Gregory K. Mondre has served as a member of GoDaddy’s Board since its formation in May 2014. Mr. Mondre served as a member of the board of directors and executive committee of Desert Newco, LLC from December 2011 to March 2015. Mr. Mondre is a Managing Partner and Managing Director with Silver Lake. He joined Silver Lake in 1999 and has significant experience in private equity investing and expertise in sectors of the technology and technology-enabled industries. Prior to joining Silver Lake, Mr. Mondre was a principal at TPG, where he focused on private equity investments across a wide range of industries, with a particular focus on technology. Earlier in his career, Mr. Mondre worked as an investment banker in Communications, Media and Entertainment Group of Goldman, Sachs & Co. He currently serves as director of A Place for Mom, Fanatics, Motorola Solutions, Red Ventures, Sabre Corporation, Weld North Education and WPEngine. Mr. Mondre holds a B.S. degree in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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Herald Chen, Member, Private Equity & Co-Head of Technology, KKR

Herald Chen is a member of the Technology Industry Team within the Private Equity group at KKR, a major GoDaddy investor.

Herald initially worked for KKR from 1995 to 1997, rejoining the firm in 2007. He’s been directly involved with KKR's investments in Visma, Kodak, Sun Microsystems and Kindercare Learning Centers.

Prior to joining KKR, Herald was a Managing Director with Fox Paine & Company, Chief Executive Officer of ACMI Corporation, and Chief Financial Officer and co-Founder of Jamcracker, Inc. He also worked with Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Herald holds a B.S. and a B.S.E. from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He serves on the board of Visma.

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Lee Wittlinger, Managing Director Silver Lake

Lee Wittlinger is a Managing Director in the Menlo Park office of Silver Lake, which he joined in 2007. He currently serves as a director on the boards of Cast & Crew, GoDaddy, Oak View Group and WP Engine. He also is closely involved with Silver Lake’s investments in Endeavor, Learfield IMG and Unity, and previously served as a director of Vantage Data Centers and as a member of GoDaddy’s audit committee. Prior to Silver Lake, Mr. Wittlinger worked as an investment banker in the Technology, Media, and Telecom Group at Goldman, Sachs & Co., where he focused on mergers and acquisitions, and financing transactions in the technology industry. Mr. Wittlinger graduated summa cum laude from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Economics, with dual concentrations in Finance and Accounting.

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Mark Garrett, Former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Adobe

Mark believes that bold decision-making and transparency are critical to transforming and growing a company. Under his guidance, Adobe completed the fastest transition to a cloud-based subscription model among companies in the software industry. A “people’s CFO” with an MBA in organizational behavior, Mark is just as comfortable talking about numbers as he is about leading and developing teams. In 2015, the Silicon Valley Business Journal named him “Public Company CFO of the Year.” In 2017, Institutional Investor magazine ranked him No. 1 in the Best Software CFO category by sell-side analysts. Mark currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for Pure Storage, Cisco and Snowflake.

While in college, Mark hoped to become a veterinarian, but quickly found out that accounting, not organic chemistry, was the right fit for him.

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Caroline Donahue, Former Chief Marketing and Sales Officer at Intuit

Caroline brings extensive operating experience in international sales and marketing and over 30 years in the high tech industry. Her expertise includes brand, digital marketing, customer acquisition, global expansion, multi-channel distribution, and sales management – with an emphasis on SMB. Caroline previously had roles at Intuit—Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Sales officer, as well as Senior VP of Sales and Director of Sales and Marketing. She also had sales, channel management, and field marketing roles at Apple Inc., NeXT Computer, and Knowledge Adventure. She serves on several boards, including Experian PLC, a Global data and information services company based in London, Emerge America, a political non-profit focused on recruiting and training women to run for office, and the Computer History Museum, the premier institution focused on the past and present of the high tech industry. In addition, she is on the Executive Committee of Northwestern C100, a women’s professional networking and mentoring group, and is a mentor for She-Can, a non profit which helps women from Rwanda and Cambodia succeed in US colleges and beyond. Caroline has a B.A. in English from Northwestern University and resides in the Bay Area and New York City.

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Ryan Roslansky, Senior Vice President of Product at LinkedIn

Ryan is the global head of product at LinkedIn, overseeing all teams responsible for building and creating the next generation of LinkedIn products and experiences. In this role, he is responsible for setting the company’s product strategy and overseeing product development, user experience, business development, and customer operations. Since joining LinkedIn in May 2009, Ryan has held leadership roles across the R&D organization, helping to launch groundbreaking new experiences for consumers and customers, including the recent simplification of LinkedIn’s new desktop design and flagship mobile app, the launch of LinkedIn Learning, as well as the debut of our Influencer program and content platform. He has also played pivotal roles across the company’s key acquisitions, including Lynda.com, SlideShare and Pulse. Prior to LinkedIn, Ryan was senior vice president of Product at Glam Media, and held various product and general management positions at Yahoo!, including spearheading the acquisition of Overture in 2003.