Dan Warmenhoven Chairman of the Board of Directors, Executive Chairman and member of the Strategy Committee
Dan Warmenhoven is executive chairman of the Board of Directors NetApp. In his executive role, Dan is responsible for building and expanding NetApp’s relationships with key strategic partners, including major system integrators, service providers and technology partners, and is a member of NetApp’s strategic planning and development team.
Previously, Dan served as chief executive officer of NetApp from 2005 to 2009 and president and CEO from 1994 to 2005. Under Dan ‘s leadership, NetApp grew to become a multibillion-dollar company and a recognized market leader in networked storage, a concept the company pioneered. Dan led the company's initial public offering in November 1995.
NetApp is consistently listed in the top 20 of FORTUNE magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work for in America. NetApp is also included in FORTUNE magazine's "World's Most Admired Companies" and "America's Largest Corporations" lists as well as in Forbes magazine's "400 Best Big Companies in America" list. NetApp is included in both the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ 100 indexes.
Dan is a director of Bechtel Group, Inc. and Aruba Networks, Inc. He is also vice chairman of the board of the Tech Museum of Innovation as well as a trustee of Bellarmine College Preparatory, both in San Jose, California. In August 2009, Dan received the Morgan Stanley Leadership Award for Global Commerce In June 2007, Dan received an honorary degree from Santa Clara University for his dedication to global business and technology leadership and in 2006 was named one of the "50 Most Powerful People in Networking" by Network World. In 2004, he won the prestigious "National Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year" award, and in 2001 BusinessWeek named Dan one of its "Top 25 Managers" for the year.
Previously, Dan served as chairman, president, and CEO of Network Equipment Technologies (N.E.T.), a telecommunications manufacturer. He is a veteran of Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP), where he held senior management positions, including general manager of the Information Networks group. Prior to working at HP, Dan was employed for 13 years at IBM Corporation.
Dan holds a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering, with honors, from Princeton University.
Jeffry R. Allen Member of the Strategy Committee and Audit Committee
Jeffry Allen is a member of the Board of Directors at NetApp. Prior to his role on the board, Allen was the executive vice president of business operations at NetApp. He managed manufacturing operations and took responsibility for content delivery and NearStore business lines as well as strategic initiatives for the SAN market. Allen joined the company in 1996 as CFO and vice president of finance and operations.
Before coming to NetApp, Allen served as senior vice president of operations for Bay Networks, where he was responsible for manufacturing and distribution functions. From 1990 to 1995, he held the position of controller for SynOptics Communications and became vice president and controller for Bay Networks, the new company created via the merger of SynOptics and Wellfleet Communications.
Previously, Allen had a 17-year career at Hewlett-Packard Company, where he served in a variety of financial, information systems, and financial management positions, including controller for the Information Networks Group.
Allen holds a bachelor of science degree from San Diego State University.
Alan L. Earhart Chairman of the Audit Committee and member of the Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee
Alan L. Earhart was appointed to the NetApp board in December 2004. Much of Earhart's distinguished career in Silicon Valley has been spent in various positions at Coopers & Lybrand, including San Francisco regional managing partner, San Jose Office managing partner, technical consulting partner, and chairman of Coopers & Lybrand's National Venture Capital Industry Group. During his time at PwC, Earhart served such clients as Ampex, Cisco, Convergent Technologies, Legato, Polycom, and Varian Inc. Earhart currently serves on the board of Brocade Systems and is chairman of the audit committee of Rovi Corporation. Earhart has a bachelor of science degree in certified public accounting from the University of Oregon.
Tom Georgens President and Chief Executive Officer
Tom Georgens is president and chief executive officer and a member of the Board of Directors of NetApp.
Previously, Tom served as president and chief operating officer responsible for all product operations and field operations worldwide from February 2008 to August 2009. Tom joined NetApp in October 2005 as executive vice president and general manager of Enterprise Storage Systems and was named executive vice president of Product Operations, serving in that role from January 2007 to February 2008.
Before joining NetApp, Tom spent nine years at Engenio, a subsidiary of LSI Logic, the last two years as CEO. He also served in various other positions, including president of LSI Logic Storage Systems and executive vice president of LSI Logic. At Engenio, he built the business into a successful OEM storage provider for companies such as IBM, NCR, StorageTek, Silicon Graphics, and Sun Microsystems.
Prior to Engenio, Tom spent 11 years at EMC in a variety of engineering and marketing positions.
Tom holds a bachelor of science degree and a master of engineering degree in computer and systems engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute as well as a master of business administration degree from Babson College.
Dr. Jerry Held Member of the Compensation Committee and the Strategy Committee
Dr. Gerald Held was appointed to the NetApp board in December 2009. Dr. Held, CEO of Held Consulting LLC, provides strategic consulting to CEOs and senior executives of technology firms.
In 1998, Dr. Held was "CEO-in-residence" at the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Through 1997, he was senior vice president of Oracle Corporation's server product division, where he was responsible for Oracle's most important products during a period of rapid growth, from $1.5 billion to $6 billion in annual revenues. Prior to working at Oracle, he spent 18 years at Tandem Computers, where he was a member of the executive team that grew Tandem from a startup to $2 billion in annual revenues. During his tenure at Tandem, Dr. Held was appointed to several senior management positions, including chief technology officer, senior vice president of strategy, and vice president of new ventures. He led the initial development of Tandem's relational database products.
Dr. Held also serves on the board of Informatica Corporation and Openwave Systems. He is chairman of Vertica Systems, Bella Pictures, and Software Development Technologies. He served as lead independent director of Business Objects until its sale to SAP in 2008.
Dr. Held received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue, an MS in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley, where he led the initial development of the INGRES relational database management system.
Mike Nevens Chairman of the Strategy Committee and member of the Audit Committee
Michael Nevens was appointed to the NetApp board in December 2009. Michael Nevens serves as a senior advisor to Permira, an international private equity fund with 21 billion euros of funds under management. He also serves on the board of directors of Altera and ModelN Software. Nevens is the president of the board of trustees of the San Jose Museum of Art and a member of the board and executive committee of ZER01: The Art and Technology Network. He is also a member of the Advisory Council of the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, where he has been an adjunct professor of Corporate Governance and Strategy.
Nevens retired as a director (senior partner) of McKinsey & Co. in 2002 after leading McKinsey's global technology practice. He also served on the board of the McKinsey Global Institute, which conducts research on economic and policy issues.
Nevens received a B.S. in Physics from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Science in Industrial Administration from the Krannert School at Purdue University, where he was designated a Krannert Scholar. He resides in Los Altos Hills, California, with his wife, Yvonne.
Nicholas Moore Lead Independent Director, Chairman of the Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee
Nicholas G. Moore was elected to the NetApp board in April 2002. Moore is the recently retired global chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the professional services firm formed in July 1998 by the merger of Coopers & Lybrand International and Price Waterhouse. He most recently served as chairman of Coopers & Lybrand International as well as chairman and CEO of Coopers & Lybrand LLP (the U.S. firm). Following the merger, he served for over two years as CEO of the U.S. firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers and for three years as global chairman of PwC.
Moore joined Coopers & Lybrand in 1968 and became a partner in 1974. He led the firm's tax practice in the San Jose office from 1974 until 1981, when he was named managing partner of that office. He was elected to the Firm Council in 1984 and to its Executive Committee in 1988. He became vice chairman for the firm's West Region in 1991 and, a year later, client service vice chairman. Moore was elected chairman and CEO of the U.S. firm in 1994 and became chairman of Coopers & Lybrand International in 1997.
His earlier client service experience focused on Silicon Valley venture capital firms and venture capital backed technology companies. While serving as chairman and CEO in New York, he maintained senior partner relationships with a number of clients, including Ford, AT&T, AIG, and Cisco Systems.
Moore is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the California Bar Association, and the California and New York State Society of CPAs. He also recently completed his term as trustee of the Financial Accounting Foundation, the entity overseeing the FASB.
Also, he is chairman of Co-operation Ireland and is on the Board of Trustees of the Committee for Economic Development. He has served as vice chairman of the Business Committee of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and continues serving as a member of the Board of Trustees of St. Mary's College of California.
He received a BS in Accounting from St. Mary's College and a JD from Hastings College of Law, the University of California at Berkeley.
George Shaheen Member of the Compensation Committee
George T. Shaheen was appointed to the NetApp board in June 2004. Mr. Shaheen's distinguished career in the technology industry spans over 30 years, including CEO of Siebel Systems:, CEO and chairman of Webvan Group Inc.; CEO and Global Managing Partner of Andersen Consulting, which later became Accenture, from 1989 to 1999. He has served as an IT governor of the World Economic Forum. Shaheen currently serves on the boards of PRA International, Univita Health, 24/7 Customer, newScale and Voxify. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Marcus & Millichap Company and the Strategic Board of Advisors for Genstar Capital.
Shaheen has a master's degree in business administration and a bachelor of science degree from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois and he has served on the University's Board of Trustees.
Robert Wall Chairman of the Compensation Committee, member of the Strategy Committee and the Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee
Robert Wall has over 30 years of varied management experience with leading technology, investment, entertainment, and consumer product companies. Since 1984, he has been president of On Point Developments LLC, a venture management and investment company. From June 1997 through November 1998, he was chief executive officer and a director of Clarity Wireless, Inc., a broadband wireless data communications company that was acquired by Cisco Systems, Inc., in November 1998. From April 1994 through August 1997, he served as chairman of the board, president, and chief executive officer of Theatrix Interactive, Inc., a consumer educational software publisher. Wall, the founding president and CEO of MIPS Computer Systems in 1984, has served on the board of Silicon Graphics, Inc., worked as chairman and CEO of Presentation Technologies, and headed corporate finance at Hambrecht and Quist, Inc., as well as investment and merchant banking at Cowen & Company.
Rick Wallace Member of the Compensation Committee
Rick Wallace currently serves as the president and CEO of KLA-Tencor Corporation®. He began his career at KLA Instruments in 1988 as an applications engineer and has held various general management positions throughout his 23-year tenure with the company. Wallace became the CEO of KLA-Tencor in January 2006.
Wallace currently serves as the chairman of the board of directors for Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI), an industry trade association. He also serves on the boards of directors for Beckman Coulter®, an Orange County-based biomedical company, and NetApp®, a creator of storage and data management solutions that is headquartered in Silicon Valley.
Wallace earned his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan and his master's degree in engineering management from Santa Clara University.
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