AMIT CHAT TERJEE
CEO and Founder, Hara Software
Amit Chatterjee, founder of Hara Software, currently serves the entity as CEO. Before founding Hara, he led
SAP’s fast-growing Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) unit, increasing revenues to $250 million, from
$30 million, during his tenure. Mr. Chatterjee developed his strategic and leadership experience while at
McKinsey & Company, working with clients such as SAP, Cisco, and Oracle. His contributions to environmental
and energy management started with Global Reporting Institute, the UN Global Compact, and at Harvard’s
Kennedy School of Public Policy. For his work in the GRC space, Mr. Chatterjee was named to T&R magazine’s
list of the 100 Most Influential People in Finance for 2007. Mr. Chatterjee has BA degrees in political science and
chemistry from UC Berkeley, with graduate studies at Stanford University.
CEO and Co-founder, Trend Micro
Eva Chen, since Trend Micro’s inception in 1988, has spearheaded the company’s emergence as one of the
world’s most innovative Internet content security companies. Before becoming CEO, Ms. Chen served as
executive vice president from 1988 to 1996 and CTO from 1996 to 2004. Under her direction, Trend Micro
has produced a chronology of industry firsts, from unique products to security management approaches.
As a result of her innovative leadership, she was appointed CEO in 2004. Of her many accolades and
accomplishments, she was named one of the 50 most powerful people in networking by Network World in
2004 and one of the top five Women of Vision by Information Security in 2003, and she received the Lifetime
Achievement Award from Secure Computing in 2001. Ms. Chen holds an MBA and a master’s degree in
management information systems from the University of Texas. She earned a Ph.D. from Chen Chi University
Chief Technology Officer and Assistant to the President, The White House
Aneesh Chopra is the U.S. chief technology officer and in this role serves as an Assistant to the President
and associate director for technology within the Office of Science and Technology Policy. Mr. Chopra works
to advance the president’s technology agenda by fostering new ideas and encouraging government-wide
coordination to help the country meet its goals that include job creation, reduction of health care costs,
and protection of the homeland. Before assuming this role, he served as secretary of technology for the
Commonwealth of Virginia from 2006 until his current appointment in 2009. He previously served as managing
director of the Advisory Board Co., a publicly traded health care think tank. Mr. Chopra was named to
Government Technology magazine’s Top 25 in their Doers, Dreamers, and Drivers issue in 2008. Aneesh Chopra
received his BA degree from Johns Hopkins University and his MPP from Harvard’s Kennedy School.
Alan Citron is the president of BuzzMedia, the Internet’s fastest-growing publisher of pop culture content.
BuzzMedia operates sites such as Celebuzz, Just Jared, the Superficial, Stereogum, and Idolator. Previously,
he was the founding general manager of TMZ. Still earlier he was the founding president of Ticketmaster
Online, the president of USA Interactive (now IAC/InterActiveCorp), and the chairman of Ticketmaster Online-Citysearch. In a previous life, he was a reporter and editor at the Los Angeles Times for 13 years.