AlwaysOn Going Green '08 speakers
Neil S. Cohen
As founder and Chief Marketing Officer for campsix, a business incubator internationally recognized for the creation and acceleration of new business concepts into sustainable and scalable businesses, he created the brand strategies and communications programs that successfully launched three e-business ventures in nine months. Click here to read more..
Jerome S. Engel
Mr. Engel joined the University of California at Berkeley in 1991 to found the Lester Center. He serves as both the Center's Executive Director and the Director of the Haas School's Entrepreneurship Program. He is responsible for the creation of an institution that coordinates all of the university's activities in the areas of entrepreneurship and innovation. Click here to read more..
Ms. Goldstein first received her law degree from Charles University Law School in Prague, Czech Republic, where she also earned her Doctorate degree in Civil Law. She had practiced in the areas of real estate transactions, and administrative and probate laws for several years before emigrating to Canada, where she obtained both Civil and Common Law degrees from the McGill University Law School in Montreal. Click here to read more..
Russ Mansky has grown up in the Bay Area and is a partner in the firm of Spott, Lucey & Wall, Inc. CPA’s. He joined Spott, Lucey & Wall, Inc. in January 1977 after successfully graduating with honors from Cal State Hayward with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting.
Russ is licensed as a California CPA and has a Master’s in Science Degree in Taxation as well as a Certificate in International Taxation. Click here to read more..
Larry R. Marshall, PhD
Dr. Larry R. Marshall is a serial entrepreneur with 6 successful startups to his credit over the past 16 years in Biotechnology, Photonics, & Semiconductors, with several profitable acquisitions and one IPO. He is currently Chairman of Intersymbol, a semiconductor processor company, and AOC Tech, a cable equipment company. Click here to read more..
Curtis Mo is the partner-in-charge of the firm's Palo Alto office and he is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group. He joined the firm in 2005.
Mr. Mo is recognized as a leading corporate and securities lawyer in Silicon Valley. He has represented emerging growth companies, major public companies, investment banks, venture capital funds and private equity funds in hundreds of public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, buyouts, venture capital financings and other complex transactions. Click here to read more..
As the result of his prolific editorial output, he is consistently ranked as one of the top ten technology business journalists by Adweek's Technology Marketing magazine.
Mr. Perkins has served on President George W. Bush's Information Technology Advisory Council and was the founding chairman of the Churchill Club in Palo Alto, California, for which he received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Click here to read more..
He was or still remains a Board of Director member of the following A&B portfolio companies: Aurema, ekit, Wedgetail/Vintela, Fultec Semiconductor, Fiberom, and VaST Systems. As an active board member and investor, he brings a wealth of operational experience to the management and board of an investee company, helping them transition their operations and headquarters to the United States, build their management teams, secure follow-on funding, define their strategy and improve their sales and business development efforts. Click here to read more..
These included Computerland, a retail business, Australian distribution for Apple Computer Products, Archives Computers, a successful networking and software company, which was sold to a Impact Systems in 1987, and Boomerang Imaging Supplies which was sold in 1997. Click here to read more..