Egon Zehnder International
Martha Josephson, a partner for 12 years at Egon Zehnder International in California, leads the firm’s Global Internet
Practice and co-leads the Global Media Practice. At Egon Zehnder, she works with companies ranging from venture
capital-backed startups to multibillion dollar corporations on senior management and board of directors searches.
Ms. Josephson began her career as an investment banking analyst with the First Boston Corp., where she focused on
fundraising and financial planning for media and industrial clients. She joined McKinsey & Company in 1988 and
specialized in post-merger integration. She moved to Hong Kong in 1990; there she managed a venture capital-backed
publishing company. She sold this firm to a larger publisher in 1992 and became a full-time consultant to direct
investment and venture capital firms based in Hong Kong. From 1994 to 1995 she also served Times Mirror of Los
Angeles, advising on its Asian technology, media, and publishing investment strategy.
Executive Vice President, Imaging and Printing Group
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP)
Vyomesh Joshi is executive vice president of HP’s Imaging and Printing Group (IPG), a $28 billion annual business
that encompasses Inkjet, LaserJet, and commercial printing; printing supplies; digital photography; entertainment,
web, and software services; and graphics and managed services. In the last five years under Mr. Joshi’s leadership, IPG’s
revenues have grown to $28 billion, from $19 billion, and its operating profit has doubled, to $4 billion. Mr. Joshi, a
passionate and respected industry leader, spearheads HP’s drive to become the world’s premier printing company. HP
has sold more than 364 million inkjet printers in the past 23 years, and in 2006, the company shipped its 100-millionth
LaserJet printer. Mr. Joshi joined HP in 1980 as an R&D engineer, and has held various leadership positions. He holds
a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Ohio State University. He has served as a member of Yahoo’s board of
directors since 2005.
Senior Faculty Fellow
Yale School of Management
Bruce Judson is a senior faculty fellow at the Yale School of Management and a bestselling author. His forthcoming
book (2009) examines the potential political and economic consequences of increasing and extreme inequality in
the U.S. His earlier books, which focus on Internet marketing and entrepreneurship, include the award-winning Go
It Alone! (2004) and the nationwide bestseller NetMarketing (1996). Mr. Judson is the founder of Search Free Apps,
a vertical search engine for independent businesses; Search Free Apps was profiled in the Wall Street Journal and
many other publications. He is the founder of several other successful go-it-alone businesses. As general manager of
Time Inc. New Media, Mr. Judson was the co-founder of Time Warner’s initial Internet activities. He was named by
Advertising Age, in its premier list, as one of the nation’s leading interactive marketers.
Draper Fisher Jurvetson
Steve Jurvetson is a managing director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, a leading venture capital firm with affiliate offices
worldwide. He was the founding VC investor in Hotmail, Interwoven, and Kana. He also led the firm’s investments
in Tradex and Cyras, acquired for $8 billion. His current board positions include Synthetic Genomics, IMMI,
NeoPhotonics, and ZARS. Previously, Mr. Jurvetson was an R&D engineer at HP, where seven of his communications
chip designs were fabricated. His earlier technical experience also includes programming, materials science research
(TEM atomic imaging of GaAs), and computer design at HP’s PC Division, the Center for Materials Research, and
Mostek. As a Bain & Co. consultant, Mr. Jurvetson developed executive marketing, sales, engineering, and business
strategies for a wide range of companies in the software, networking, and semiconductor industries. He was named
one of the ten people expected to have the greatest impact on the Bay Area in the early part of the 21st century.