Executive Vice President
John Squires was appointed executive vice president of Time Inc. in 2002. In this role, he oversees Time magazine;
the FORTUNE/Money Group, including FORTUNE, Money, FSB: Fortune Small Business, and CNNMoney.com; the
Sports Illustrated Group, including Sports Illustrated, SI.com, Golf, and Golf.com; Grupo Editorial Expansion; Time
Inc. Studios; Time Inc. Interactive; and the company’s Consumer Marketing, Retail Sales and Marketing, and Synapse
divisions, giving him responsibility for one of the company’s two main revenue streams. Mr. Squires joined Time Inc.
in 1989. During his 19 years with the company, he has held several senior consumer marketing positions. He has also
served as president of Entertainment Weekly and Sports Illustrated. In 2007, he was named treasurer of the Magazine
Publishers of America.
Senior Director of Product Management, Flickr
Kakul Srivastava oversees the product and business operations for Flickr, one of the world’s largest and most popular
photo-sharing communities, which has 27 million members who have shared more than 2 billion photos. Ms.
Srivastava, part of the Flickr team since the company’s acquisition by Yahoo! in 2005, has helped Flickr grow its
membership more than 50 times larger during that span. It is now ranked among the top photo sites globally and is
available in eight languages. Before joining Yahoo!, Ms. Srivastava helped build Adobe’s consumer digital imaging
business, where she helped launch the Adobe Photoshop Album product line. Before landing in Silicon Valley, she
developed a variety of bio-polymer products for heart disease treatments. Ms. Srivastava holds a BSME from MIT and
an MBA from the UC Berkeley.
Convia, Inc. / A Herman Miller Company
Randy Storch became president of Convia, Inc., a Herman Miller subsidiary, in 2005. He is bringing to market the
concepts and technologies of a new power and data architectural system that is mobile, modular, and programmable—
offering customers energy-efficient and programmable environments. Mr. Storch joined Herman Miller with a
quarter-century of entrepreneurial experience in building startups in the airline reservation, telecommunication, and
Internet security fields. He was named Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year and one of Crain’s Chicago Business 40
Under 40 in 1997. He was also inducted into the University of Illinois Entrepreneurial Hall of Fame and is a member
of the Economic Club of Chicago.
Managing Partner, Mediaedge:cia (MEC)
Global Media Director, Colgate Palmolive
Eamonn Store manages MEC’s flagship global account, Colgate Palmolive. Based in the New York office, Mr. Store
spends much of his time traveling MEC’s worldwide network ensuring that the company is delivering world class
communications in all its endeavors. He also oversees the account teams for Xerox, Breil, SwissRe, ABB, and ANA.
Mr. Store joined MEC’s London office in 2005 as managing director, global solutions, where he worked across a large
portfolio of regional and global accounts. Before joining MEC, he served two years at Starcom; two years with Profero,
a full-service digital agency; and 12 years at Carat. He has a broad range of client experience—from music and youth
to packaged goods—and is particularly interested in digital media and ambient communication. Mr. Store is a member
of the International Advertising Association and the Institute of Directors. He is also a former helicopter pilot in the