Peter is the CEO of Snyk. In previous roles as CEO, Peter led multiple software companies through hypergrowth, including Watchfire (acquired by IBM), Desktone (acquired by VMWare), and Veeam. When not running Snyk, Peter can be found reading/listening to books, biking or running.
Guy is the Founder and President of Snyk, the host of The Secure Developer, and an O’Reilly author. He was previously CTO at Akamai and led AppScan, pioneering AppSec. Snyk was founded on Guy’s belief that the future of security depends on developer adoption.
Mike is the CFO of Snowflake. Prior to Snowflake, he was the CFO at ServiceNow, served as Senior VP of Finance and Business Operations of the Backup Recovery Systems Division at Dell EMC, and was the CFO of Lexar Media. Mike serves on multiple boards, including Nutanix.
Ping focuses on investing in business software applications and cloud native technology platforms at Accel. He is the lead investor and board member at Cognite, Jelly.ai, Klaviyo, Tailscale, and Trifacta. He is also active in cybersecurity as an investor at Code42, Illumio, Lookout, Sysdig, and Tenable Network Security. He was responsible for numerous past investments with notable exits, including Arista, Blue Jeans (acquired by Verizon), Cloudera, Demisto (acquired by Palo Alto Networks), Heptio (acquired by VMware), Nimble Storage, RelateIQ (acquired by Salesforce), Semmle (acquired by MSFT/GitHub), and Sumo Logic. Ping graduated from Harvard and the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Ken is the Founder of Stripes. Prior to forming Stripes, he was a Co-Founder and Managing Director with Internet Capital Group and a Director with Safeguard Scientifics, Inc. and TL Ventures. Ken is also a co-founder of A10 Capital. While focusing on both software and consumer investments, Ken is actively involved many companies in the Stripes portfolio.
Philippe focuses on cloud applications and security at Accel. He led Accel’s investments in DocuSign, Algolia, Doctolib, Blablacar, PeopleDoc (acquired by Ultimate Software), UiPath and Chainalysis. He is also on the board of Fiverr and worked closely with the team at Crowdstrike. Prior to Accel, Philippe was with Bessemer, based in Menlo Park, where he helped build the firm’s cloud practice, working on investments including Cornerstone OnDemand, Eloqua, and Criteo. Philippe is from Paris and graduated from Ecole Polytechnique, where he is a member of the Entrepreneurship Advisory Board, and Ecole des Mines.
Tamar Yehoshua oversees product strategy and development, design, and research at Slack. Previously, she was a Vice President at Google holding product and engineering leadership roles on Google’s most important products, including Search, Identity and Privacy. Prior to that, she was the Vice President of Advertising Technologies at Amazon’s A9. Tamar has a BA in Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania and an MS in Computer Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.