Mr. Faubert was appointed as SeaChange’s CFO in July 2016. In addition to Finance and Accounting, he has global responsibility for company Human Resources and Facilities. He brings SeaChange over 15 years of extensive finance leadership for public and
private software companies that focused on video service providers, mobility and enterprise computing, including This Technology, Inc., Vision Government Solutions, JNJ Mobile and Turbine, Inc.
Mr. McEvoy joined SeaChange as General Counsel in 2012. He acquired significant software experience while serving as General Counsel of several public and private companies including Art Technology Group, VeriFone Systems, Aprisma Management Technologies, The Gores Group, Mattel Interactive, and The Learning Company/Broderbund.
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Marek is responsible for SeaChange’s global engineering spanning all product lines, content management, back office, client and advertising. He joined SeaChange in May 2016 with the acquisition of Warsaw, Poland-based digital TV software developer and integrator DCC Labs where, as CEO, he led that company through a period of growth over seven years. Previously, he was Director at software developer 7bulls S.A. and COO at Sentivision.
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Board of Directors
Mr. Bonney brings more than 35 years of senior financial, operational and executive leadership experience with middle-market high tech companies in the U.S. and abroad. He has a record of substantially increasing shareholder value in these companies through significantly improving profitability, often in very challenging situations. Mr. Bonney most recently served as Chief Executive Officer, President, and an Executive Director of the Board of RhythmOne plc, a global advertising technology company, beginning in May 2018 until April 1, 2019, at which time Mr. Bonney resigned in connection with the sale of RhythmOne to Taptica International Ltd. Previously, Mr. Bonney served as President and Chief Executive Officer of MRV Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRVC) from December 2014 until its sale in August 2017 and as a director of MRV Communications, Inc. from April 2013 to August 2017.
Mr. Bonney is a Director of Zix Corporation and serves as a member of its Audit Committee and Nominating & Corporate Governance Committees. He also serves as a Director of Community eConsult Network, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation engaged in medical consultative services, and is Chairman Emeritus of Community Health Centers, Inc. Mr. Bonney has held senior financial and management roles at Black & Decker, Zygo Corporation, Axsys Technologies, Inc., American Bank Note Holographics, Inc. and Direct Brands leading up to Chief Financial Officer, President and Chief Executive Officer.
In addition to his current directorships, he has previously served as a director of Axsys, American Bank Note Holographics, Threecore, Inc., ASearch LLC and Sigma Designs, Incorporated. Mr. Bonney also founded and served as former Chairman of the Angel Investor Forum. Mr. Bonney holds a BS in Business Administration from Central Connecticut State University and an MBA in Finance from the University of Hartford.
Mary Palermo Cotton, has served as a Director of SeaChange since September 2004. In addition, Ms. Cotton has been the Chief Executive Officer of Frictionless Commerce, a company providing supplier relationship management software, since February 2005. Previously, Ms. Cotton was from February 2003 to July 2004 a Senior Advisor to Aspen Technology, a software service provider, and previously served as Aspen’s Chief Operating Officer from January 2001 to January 2003 and its Executive Vice President from August 1998 to December 2000. Ms. Cotton additionally served on the Board of Directors of Precise Software Solutions from June 2000 to June 2003 when Precise Software Solutions was acquired by VERITAS Software.
Ed Wilson joined SeaChange’s board of directors in 2015. He was co-founder and Executive Chairman of Timeline Labs, which SeaChange acquired that same year. Mr. Wilson is a partner in content developer New Form Digital, and President & CEO of Dreamcatcher Broadcasting. A seasoned, high-profile media executive, advisor and angel investor, Mr. Wilson has previously served as President at Tribune Broadcasting, President at Fox Television Network, President at NBC Enterprises, President of CBS Enterprises, and SVP at Sony Pictures Television..
Mr. Sriubas has been an advisor to the SeaChange board since May 2016, and has chaired the company’s Advisory Board that works with the management team on strategic and technology matters. Mr. Sriubas serves as Chief Commercial Officer of Outfront Media, the largest out-of-home advertising company in the U.S. Mr. Sriubas began his career with Citibank in media and tech investment banking, and held managing director roles at other firms including Donaldson Lufkin Jenrette, UBS, and JP Morgan, before joining Sonifi as Chief Strategist and Head of Corporate Development. Mr. Sriubas is a member of the Advisory Committee of Palisades Growth Capital, and also serves as an advisor to Secure Mobile Contact System Co. and Tout Inc. Mr. Sriubas is also a director of the Jack Kemp Foundation. Mr. Sriubas holds a BS in Finance from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
Robert M. Pons has more than 30 years of senior level management and Board experience including early stage ventures and middle market companies. He currently serves as President and CEO of Spartan Advisors Inc., a management consulting firm specializing in telecom and technology companies, and serves on the boards of Inseego Corp. and Alaska Communications Inc. Mr. Pons received a B.A. degree with honors from Rowan University.
Mr. Markey is President of the Relevant C Business Group (RCBG), a private consulting firm he founded in 2002 to assist telecommunications, media and technology companies with strategy and execution, often for emerging technologies. Previously, Mr. Markey co-founded Ucentric Systems, a software company that provided connected home software solutions to television operators, which was acquired by Motorola in 2005. He held management roles in 3Com and Motorola operations that served the television industry, and held prior roles with Pacific Telesis and Preview Media. He is a member of the advisory boards of Gainspeed and BandwidthX. He is a former member of Concurrent Computer’s advisory board and was a trustee and vice chairman of Quest Academy in Palatine, IL.