President & CEO
Dev joined MongoDB with a unique mix of entrepreneurial, operational and investing experience. Before MongoDB, Dev was a Managing Director at OpenView Venture Partners, and before that he was an investing partner at Greylock Partners.<...>
CTO & Co-Founder
Eliot Horowitz is the CTO and Co-Founder of MongoDB. He wrote the core code base for MongoDB starting in 2007, and subsequently built the engineering and product teams. Today, Eliot oversees those teams, and continues to drive technology innovations at MongoDB.<...>
Dwight is one of the original authors of MongoDB, the open-source document database. In 1995, he co-founded DoubleClick (acquired by Google for $3.1 billion) and served as Chief Technology Officer for 10 years.<...>
Carlos is a software industry veteran with more than 20 years of leadership experience. Before joining MongoDB, he was senior vice president of sales at ClearSlide, Inc., a leading provider of sales management software, where he drove the enterprise sales strategy.<...>
Meagen brought more than 19 years of experience in the high-tech industry to her role at MongoDB. She has been recognized as one of the Top 50 most retweeted by mid-sized marketers according to AdWeek and one of the Top 25 B2B Marketing Influencers according to InsideView.<...>
Michael brought more than 20 years of financial management and business experience to his role as CFO of MongoDB. Michael has a strong background in finance, strategy and business operations and a track record of helping high growth companies scale successfully.<...>
Andrew joined MongoDB as a transactional lawyer with experience advising growing technology companies in all aspects of their business. He is a corporate and commercial attorney with extensive in-house and law firm experience.<...>
Alan Chhabra is responsible for Worldwide Partners at MongoDB which include System Integrators, ISVs, and Technology Alliances. Before joining the company, Alan was responsible for WW Cloud & Data Center Automation Sales at BMC Software managing a $200M annual revenue business unit that touched over 1000 customers.<...>
Andrew is MongoDB’s SVP of Engineering. He oversees the development efforts around the core MongoDB products including the MongoDB server, drivers, cloud services, education and integration tools. Andrew joined MongoDB in 2012 and was responsible for the creation of MongoDB University.<...>
VP of Engineering, Cloud Services
Cailin is the VP of Engineering, Cloud Services at MongoDB, and leads the development of MongoDB Atlas, Cloud Manager and Ops Manager.<...>
VP, Core Engineering
Dan Pasette is the VP of Core Engineering and oversees the Server team at MongoDB.<...>
Kirsten joined MongoDB in 2011 and has built the infrastructure needed to scale MongoDB from a start-up into a global organization. In her role at MongoDB she is responsible for developing and guiding MongoDB’s people management philosophy, as well as overseeing global operations.<...>
VP, Talent Acquisition
Jason brought more than 20 years of global human resources and recruiting experience in high growth companies to his role as VP, Talent Acquisition at MongoDB.<...>
VP, Global Professional Services
Richard joined MongoDB in 2010 as a member of the core engineering team. Building out MongoDB’s global consulting practices and products, Richard has helped hundreds of customers optimize MongoDB for scale and performance.<...>
VP, Global Technical Services
Ronnen joined MongoDB with over a decade of post-sales services experience. He is responsible for Technical Services at MongoDB, encompassing technical support and proactive services.<...>
Kevin P. Ryan, Founder and Chairman, Gilt GroupeLinkedIn
Kevin P. Ryan is the Founder and Chairman of Gilt Groupe, an innovative e-commerce company offering highly coveted products and experiences at insider prices. In 2007, Kevin along with a founding team created Gilt Groupe as an invitation-only site for coveted women’s apparel and accessories. Today, Gilt Groupe has over three million members and has added business lines in home; children; men’s apparel and gear (GiltMAN); vacation travel (Jetsetter); local services and experiences (Gilt City), and has launched the leading flash-sale site in Japan (Gilt Japan). Kevin is one of the leading Internet entrepreneurs in the United States having founded several New York-based businesses, including Gilt Groupe, Business Insider, ShopWiki, and MongoDB. Kevin helped build DoubleClick from 1996 to 2005, first as president and later as CEO. He fostered DoubleClick's growth from a 20-person startup to a global leader with over 1,500 employees. Currently, Kevin serves on the board of Yale Corporation, Human Rights Watch, the NYC Investment Fund and INSEAD, and is a member of the Yale International Council and the Council on Foreign Relations. He holds a BA from Yale University and an MBA from INSEAD.
Chip Hazard, General Partner, Flybridge Capital PartnersLinkedIn | Twitter | Blog
Chip is a General Partner at Flybridge Capital Partners whose investment interests and experience broadly cover companies and technologies in the information technology sector. He currently represents the firm on the boards of 1-800-FREE411 (Jingle Networks), MongoDB, First Best Systems, Infobright, Placemark, Reveal Imaging, and Sciformix and was previously a director at Bowstreet (acquired by IBM), mValent (acquired by Oracle) and SupplyScape (acquired by TraceLink). Before joining Flybridge in May 2002, Chip was a General Partner with Greylock Partners, a leading venture capital firm he joined in 1994. While at Greylock, Chip led or participated in numerous successful investments in the enterprise information technology field including Narrative Communications (acquired by @Home), Idiom Technologies (acquired by SDL), iPhrase Technologies (acquired by IBM), IBA (acquired by ServiceSoft/Kana), Storage Networks (IPO), Totality (acquired by MCI) and the Vincam Group (IPO in 1996, acquired by ADP). Prior to Greylock, he was with Company Assistance Limited, an investment and consulting firm in Warsaw Poland; and Bain and Company, an international management consulting firm. Chip received a BA with honors from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a Baker Scholar and a Ford Scholar.
Roelof Botha, Partner, Sequoia CapitalLinkedIn
Roelof focuses on internet services and software investments at Sequoia Capital. He is currently a Director of Eventbrite, Evernote, Inside.com, Jawbone, MongoDB, Natera, QuizUp, Square, Unity Technologies, Weebly, Whisper, and Xoom. He is also involved with Sequoia Capital portfolio companies including AssureRx. Previously, he was a Director of YouTube.com (GOOG), Insider Pages (IACI), Meebo (GOOG), TokBox (Telefonica Digital), Nimbula (ORCL), Tumblr (YHOO), and Cue (AAPL), and led Sequoia's investment in Instagram (FB). Prior to joining Sequoia Capital in 2003, Roelof served as the Chief Financial Officer of PayPal (EBAY), an online payments company. Earlier, he worked as a management consultant for McKinsey & Company. Roelof is a certified actuary (Fellow of the Faculty of Actuaries) and holds a BS in Actuarial Science, Economics and Statistics from the University of Cape Town and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Harry Weller, General Partner, NEALinkedIn | Twitter
Harry focuses on early stage consumer, enterprise and energy technology investing, and helped found NEA's China practice. He is frequently recognized as one of America’s top venture capitalists, with recent honors including the Forbes “Midas List”, Washingtonian’s 'Titans of Technology” and Business Insider’s “Top 5 East Coast VCs”. Harry is also the Chairman and Co-Founder of Harvard University's Experiment Fund. Harry's past investments include Echo Global (NASDAQ: ECHO), Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN), Riverbed Technologies (acquired by Aether Systems), SourceFire (NASDAQ: FIRE), Vertica (acquired by Hewlett Packard), Vonage (NYSE: VG) and webMethods (NASDAQ: WEBM, acquired by Software AG). Prior to joining NEA, Harry was a Partner at FBR Technology Venture Partners where he learned the costs and benefits of a bubble! Early in his career, Harry managed technology initiatives in the energy, financial and telecommunications industries with several consulting firms including the Boston Consulting Group. Prior to his business career, Harry served as a pilot in the U.S. Navy. Harry received his MBA from Harvard Business School and his bachelor’s degree in Physics from Duke University. Harry serves on the board of the Mid-Atlantic Venture Association (MAVA), is a past Chairman of MAVA Capital Connection, and co-founded the Young Mid-Atlantic Venture Association (YAVA).
Tom KillaleaLinkedIn | Twitter
Tom Killalea has been an advisor to technology-driven companies since November 2014. Formerly at Amazon for 16 years, Tom was the Company’s first Chief Information Security Officer and led the infrastructure and distributed systems team, which later became a key part of the Amazon Web Services platform. While there, he also led the product development and engineering teams for the Kindle Content Ecosystem, where he advanced the Kindle reading experience by creating innovative features such as X-Ray and Popular Highlights, and built the Amazon Publishing technology platform. Tom is advising several private companies at present, including ORRECO, which provides bioinformatics to world class athletes; Profitero, which delivers global ecommerce intelligence for brands and retailers; and Satellogic, which is building commercial-grade, affordable earth observation. He holds a BS in Education from the National University of Ireland and a BS in Computer Science from Trinity College in Dublin.
John McMahonLinkedIn | Twitter
John McMahon serves as a board director to several enterprise software startups, including Sprinklr, Fuze, Snowflake, Cybereason, Skyport, and Sumo Logic. Previously at BMC, John was responsible for $1.4B in annual revenue. John joined BMC after the company acquired BladeLogic, where he was chief operating officer. He was instrumental in BladeLogic’s IPO and consistently grew revenues over 100 percent year-over-year. Prior to BladeLogic, John was at Ariba, where he also grew revenues 100 percent year-over-year; GeoTel, where the growth in network call routing software sales led to an acquisition by Cisco for $2B; and Parametric Technology Corporation, where revenues increased from $1M to $1.1B in just nine years.
Hope Cochran brings more than 20 years of financial and operating experience in the technology and telecom sectors, most recently serving as CFO of gaming company King Digital, where she helped lead the company’s IPO and subsequent acquisition by Activision. Hope currently serves on Hasbro’s board of directors and has a wealth of experience as a financial expert with audit committees at both public and private companies. Additionally, she has held several roles in the software industry, including at Red Pepper Software Solutions and SkillsVillage, a company she founded. Both companies were acquired by PeopleSoft. Later, Hope served as the CFO at Clearwire Corporation, a telecommunications operator. Hope holds a BA in economics and music from Stanford University.
Dev Ittycheria, President and CEO, MongoDBLinkedIn | Twitter
Dev serves on MongoDB's board in addition to his role as President and CEO. Please see above for his full bio.
Eliot Horowitz, CTO and Co-Founder, MongoDBLinkedIn
Eliot serves on MongoDB's board in addition to his role as CTO & Co-Founder of MongoDB. Please see above for his full bio.
Dwight Merriman, Co-Founder, MongoDBLinkedIn
Dwight is a Co-Founder of MongoDB. Please see above for his full bio.
Albert Wenger, Managing Partner, Union Square VenturesLinkedIn | Twitter | Blog
Albert combines over 10 years of entrepreneurial experience with an in-depth technology background. As an entrepreneur, he has founded or co-founded five companies, including a management consulting firm (in Germany), a hosted data analytics company, a technology subsidiary for Telebanc (now E*Tradebank), an early stage investment firm, and most recently (with his wife), DailyLit, a service for reading books by email or RSS. Albert also served as the president of del.icio.us through the company's sale to Yahoo. His technology background goes back to winning the German national computer science competition at age 18. Albert graduated summa cum laude from Harvard College in Economics and Computer Science and holds a Ph.D. in Information Technology from MIT. He has managed technology projects for organizations as diverse as Tacoda (startup) and Telebance (leading Internet bank). Albert currently serves on the boards of Clickable, a platform for managing online advertising; and Maptuit, a provider of realtime navigation; he is a board observer at Etsy, an online marketplace for handmade goods. Albert is married with three kids and lives in Scarsdale, New York.