Jesper Andersen, President and Chief Executive Officer
A seasoned networking and software industry executive with a track record of building large businesses, Jesper is the leader of Infoblox, responsible for the company’s continuing growth and innovation. Prior to joining Infoblox in December 2014, he served in a number of roles at Cisco Systems, including senior vice president for network management. Previously, he held senior management positions at Oracle, PeopleSoft, Pivotal Software and Computer Resources International.
Stuart Bailey, Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Stuart defines the Company's technological vision. Before founding Infoblox in 1999, Stuart held a five-year stint as technical lead for the Laboratory for Advanced Computing/National Center for Data Mining at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he led teams in developing advanced distributed data architectures.
Remo Canessa, Chief Financial Officer
Remo is responsible for managing the finance and IT functions at Infoblox. Remo, who was most recently the CFO at NetScreen Technologies Inc., brings more than 25 years of experience in finance and administration to the company. Remo held related positions at Bell Microproducts, Inc., InfoSeek Corp. and Raster Graphics Inc.
Thorsten Freitag, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Field Operations
Thorsten is responsible for managing all strategic aspects of worldwide field operations at Infoblox, including sales, support, and training. An experienced global sales leader, Thorsten came to Infoblox from F5 Networks, where he was senior vice president for EMEA, based in Germany. Prior to F5 Networks, he held senior sales management positions at Cisco Systems, Siemens Enterprise Communications, and other technology companies in Germany, South Korea, and South Africa.
Scott Fulton, Executive Vice President, Products
Scott leads strategy, product management, business development and technical marketing for Infoblox. He brings more than 20 years of related experience innovating market-making infrastructure software. Previously, he held general management positions at BMC Software; and product management, engineering and marketing leadership roles at HP’s Software business.
David Gee, Executive Vice President, Marketing
David brings to Infoblox over 20 years of experience marketing innovative enterprise and mobile computing products and solutions. At Infoblox, David is responsible for managing Corporate and Product Marketing functions, including marcom, branding, demand generation and press relations. Previously, he held senior marketing positions at HP, Yahoo!, Sun and IBM.
Rebecca Guerra, Executive Vice President, People and Places
Rebecca Guerra maintains responsibility for enhancing Infoblox’s recruitment, compensation, professional development, benefits, community relations programs and facilities. Rebecca brings more than 30 years of related experience to her role. She has held senior leadership positions in human resources with growth-oriented public and private companies, such as Adobe Systems, eBay, Hewlett-Packard, Extreme Networks and Riverstone Networks.
Sohail Parekh, Executive Vice President, Engineering
Sohail is responsible for driving the engineering of Infoblox's industry-leading automated network control platforms. Sohail has more than 20 years experience in similar roles. Most recently, he led development efforts at Vernier Networks. Prior positions were held at Syndeo Corporation, Junction Inc., Precision Systems, and Grumman Data Systems.
Stephen Yu, Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Steve is responsible for legal affairs at Infoblox, as well as the company’s intellectual property portfolio, government affairs, public policy and corporate citizenship. He brings more than 20 years of experience leading legal teams and advising on corporate, commercial, intellectual property and litigation matters around the world. Most recently, Steve was executive vice president, general counsel and secretary of Rovi. Previously, Steve was general counsel at Aspect Communications, Riverstone Networks and Palm.