UnaMesa Board Members
Victor is UnaMesa's Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer. As such, he is responsible for all of UnaMesa's financial and accounting matters.
- Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Santa Clara University.
- He is a Co-Founder and a Managing Partner of Financial Leadership Group, a 20-partner firm of senior financial consultants.
- Over thirty years of business experience, including serving as a Chief Financial Officer for more than 15 years.
- Since 2001, he has served diverse clients as a CFO on a consulting basis.
- His career has included taking startups through the IPO process as well as leading the operations of a highly profitable $200 million multi-national company. He has also led fund raising transactions, both domestically and internationally, and significant mergers and acquisitions.
- His career has been centered in the high technology arena, however Victor has also effectively worked with a variety of management teams and cultures in industries as far-ranging as non-profits, consumer products, software, and life sciences.
Dr. Agogino is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at UC Berkeley and an affliated faculty nenber at the Haas School of Business in their Operations and Information Technology Management Group. She directs the Berkeley Expert Systems Technology /Berkeley Energy and Sustainable Technologies (BEST) Laboratories, the Berkeley Instructional Technology Studio (BITS) and is working to develop a Service Learning Media Lab and Design/Prototyping Studio in the new CITRIS building. She served as Chair of the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate in 2005-06, having served as Vice Chair during the 2004-05 academic year. She has served in a number of other administrative positions at UC Berkeley including Associate Dean of Engineering and Faculty Assistant to the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost in Educational Development and Technology. She also served as Director for Synthesis, an NSF-sponsored coalition of eight universities with the goal of reforming undergraduate engineering education, and continues as PI for the NEEDS and the digital libraries of courseware in science, mathematics, engineering and technology. For more info, click here.
A social entrepreneur and mentor capitalist, her career has focused on innovation, technology incubation, access to capital and entrepreneurship. Her accomplishments include directorship of Astia (formerly known as the Women's Technology Cluster) where her portfolio companies raised $67 million in venture funding, venture capitalist, Reuters Fellow at Stanford, and Director of RI Labs for Ricoh Innovations. She is currently a member of the research team at Stanford’s Persuasive Technology Lab where she is focused on persuasive technology as it applies to peace innovation. For more info, click here.
Jeremy is the original creator of TiddlyWiki, which is the open source product at the heart of the company he started in 2005, Osmosoft. BT acquired Osmosoft in May 2007, where Jeremy is now the Head of Open Source Innovation.
Jeremy published his first book at age 16 and then provided some of the first computer-generated animations to the BBC in the early 80s. As a member of the UnaMesa board, Jeremy represents the interests of the individuals and small teams who create big things.
Dan is a pediatrician who works with children who have serious neurological complications where there is no easy diagnosis or cure. Dan's careful attention to detail and PhD in biology make him one of the very few people in the world who can go beyond asking why bad things happen and actually figure out why those things happen and what can be done about them.
Both Dan and his patients will benefit from UnaMesa's work on better ways to exchange information, expand our shared knowledge, and learn more quickly how to create a better quality of life for everyone. With Dan's help as a board member, we will get there more quickly.
Board Member, President
Greg serves as an advocate for both the users and developers of IT in social services. His career has been driven by a curiosity to understand intelligence and create tools that make people, especially groups of people, smarter and better able to pursue their shared interests. With over 15 years in the research, design, and development of systems that support collaboration within and between workgroups, Greg sees tremendous opportunity to improve the connections between caregivers and their clients.