The Technology Association of Oregon named four new members to its board tapping execs at two high profile software companies as well as two major capital organizations.
Joining the board for three-year terms are:
Katie Bullard, chief growth officer at data intelligence firm DiscoverOrg.
Erin Demien, corporate development and investing lead at Intel Capital, the venture arm of chip maker Intel Corp.
Bonnie Page, senior vice president of business development and general counsel at digital archiving firm Smarsh.
Jane Ullman, managing director at Silicon Valley Bank.
The four new members are part of the 22-member board that guides the industry organization. Board chair Monica Enand, CEO of legal software maker Zapproved, is starting her second year of leadership of a two-year term. This latest election cycle also sees TAO President and CEO Skip Newberry retain his position.
“This latest class of board members consists of four technology industry leaders, all of whom bring diverse perspectives and experiences to TAO spanning marketing, sales, finance, product and legal,” said Newberry in a written statement.
TAO represents technology companies throughout Oregon as well as Southwest Washington.