Joanna Weidenmiller is the CEO and Co-founder of 1-Page (ASX:1PG), the next generation assessment platform for enterprises. 1-Page is also the first Silicon Valley company to list on the ASX.
Prior to launching 1-Page Joanna was CEO and Founder of Performance Advertising, responsible for building one of the US leading outsourced direct sales and marketing firms for two Fortune 500 companies, with a successful exit in 2007. Joanna moved back to the US after spending 5 years in China where she developed and led technologies in the mobile and e-commerce fields. On top of building 1-Page, Joanna most recently served as Managing Partner for Hubert Burda Media in China, where she headed the expansion and led all strategic operations.
Joanna earned her BA degree in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia where she was a Full Scholarship athlete and National rower. Joanna was recruited to the FBI out of college, where she trained police in the Middle East.
Currently she lives in San Francisco, and is active in raising awareness on female entrepreneurship and the need for more women in tech.
Jason Averbook is recognized as one of the top thought leaders in the space of HR, workforce and enterprise technology. Previously Jason was the Chief Business Innovation Officer at Appirio, which acquired Knowledge Infusion, the company he co-founded and served as CEO. He has also held senior positions at both PeopleSoft and Ceridian Corporation. Show less...
Jason brings with him over 20 years of invaluable experience helping organizations resolve common business problems through the use of innovative solutions. As one CEO has said about Jason, "He just gets it and can put it into language that we get."
Jason has been a contributor to Inc., Businessweek, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CIO Magazine, HR Executive Online, Talent Management Magazine, NPR, SHRM, IHRIM and other well-known publications. He was named as one of the World's 10 Most Powerful HR Technology Experts by HR Executive Magazine.
Charles Phillips is the Chief Executive Officer of Infor®, the world’s third largest provider of enterprise software applications.
Headquartered in New York City, with 13,000 employees and more than 70,000 customers in 200 countries and territories, Infor builds industry-specific software for manufacturing, healthcare, fashion, and public sector organizations, among others.
Global companies rely on Infor to build and ship products, manage employees and customers, and care for patients. Infor applications are used by 19 of the top 20 aerospace companies, 12 of the top 13 high tech companies, 21 of the 25 largest US healthcare networks, and 84 of the top 100 automotive suppliers. Over 72% of U.S. hospitals with more than 150 beds operate with Infor applications.
Infor pioneered the concept of deploying an entire industry in the cloud. Infor now has over 25 million cloud users on Infor CloudSuiteTM. Infor was also the first business applications company to create a separate design agency in New York City focused solely on user interface and experience design.
Prior to Infor, Phillips was President of Oracle® Corporation and a member of its Board of Directors. During his seven and a half year-tenure, the company tripled in size and successfully acquired 70 companies. Prior to Oracle, Phillips was a Managing Director in the Technology Group at Morgan Stanley®, where he was an Institutional Investor All Star for ten consecutive years.
Before his 18-year career on Wall Street, Phillips was a Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps in the 2nd Battalion, 10th Marines artillery unit. In 2012, Phillips was the guest speaker at the Marine Corps’ 237th birthday ball for his old unit, after their return from Afghanistan.
Phillips holds a BS in computer science from the U.S. Air Force Academy, a JD from New York Law School, and an MBA from Hampton University; he is also a member of the Georgia State Bar.
Phillips serves on the Boards of Viacom® Corporation, Apollo Theater, BENS (Business Executives For National Security), CodeNow, Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York Law School, Partnership for New York City, Posse Foundation, United States Air Force Academy Endowment Fund, and his family foundation, Phillips Charitable Organization. Previous board memberships include Morgan Stanley, Oracle Corporation, and New-York Historical Society.
Phillips also served on the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness (previously the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board), chaired by former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker.