President, AOL Media and Studios, AOL Inc.
David Eun oversees AOL’s network of content sites, as well as the SEED.com publishing platform, the StudioNow
video platform, and AOL’s New York City and Los Angeles studios. In this role, he is responsible for AOL’s
efforts to build one of the strongest large-scale journalistic organizations while becoming the world’s leading
publisher of high quality content and journalism. Mr. Eun joined AOL from Google, where he was responsible
for global business development in the video, print, and local content businesses. He most recently oversaw
all content acquisition, distribution, and business development deals with leading media and technology
companies working with You Tube. Before joining Google in 2006, Mr. Eun was at Time Warner as vice president,
operations, for the Media and Communications Group. Before joining Time Warner, he was a partner at Arts
Alliance, a venture capital firm focused on digital media, information technology, and business services. He
started his career in media at NBC, and also served Bain & Co. as a management consultant.
Co-founder and CEO, Quantcast
Konrad Feldman launched Quantcast (with Paul Sutter) in 2006 with the goal of transforming the reach and
effectiveness of online advertising through the use of science and scalable computing. Today Quantcast is
a leading Web-based audience insights service focused on enabling addressable advertising solutions. The
company directly measures more than 25 million web audiences and more than 185 billion Internet events
each month. Mr. Feldman has 15 years of experience in high volume transactional analytics and measurement,
pattern recognition, and fraud detection. Before co-founding Quantcast, Mr. Feldman co-founded Searchspace,
the leading provider of terrorist financing detection and anti-money laundering software for the world’s
financial services industry. As CEO of Searchspace’s North American business, he established the business
in the U.S. and directed its rapid growth to become a market leader. Before Searchspace, Mr. Feldman was a
research fellow in the Intelligent Systems Laboratory at University College, London.
Vice President, Information Technology, Compassion International
James Finwick is responsible for ministry technology, including application development, networking,
integration, and system stability, at Compassion International. A strategic implementer with a leadership agenda
focused on business performance, Mr. Finwick leads the team responsible for technology-enabling the enterprise
by delivering cost-effective services and solutions. He has a track record of effective leadership in more than 30
countries and cultures. Mr. Finwick is also executive director and co-founder of Camelot Consulting Group, LLC, a
high technology and business consulting company specializing in organizational design effectiveness and web-based business solutions since 1994. From 1999 to 2000, he was chief information officer of Métier, Ltd., where he
directed all aspects of IT with the company, including defining and creating WorkLenz (a web-based application
and service), coordinating alliances with strategic technical partners, and setting the technology direction for
the enterprise. Before forming Métier, he held positions in application development and technical leadership at
Chevron USA, IBM, and Loral. He holds a U.S. patent for a revolutionary methodology for project management.
GARY WILLIAM FLAKE
Technical Fellow, Microsoft Corp.
Gary Flake, Ph.D., focuses on Internet products and technologies, including search, advertising, content,
portals, community, and application development, at Microsoft. In this capacity, he helps define and evolve
the company’s product vision, technical architecture, and business strategy for online services. He is also
the founder and director of Live Labs, a “skunk works” team that bridges research and development, and is
widely recognized for inventing new best practices for catalyzing and managing innovation. Before joining
Microsoft, Dr. Flake founded Yahoo Research Labs, led Yahoo’s corporate R&D activities and companywide
innovation effort, and was Overture’s chief science officer. Before joining Overture, he was a research scientist
at NEC Research Institute. He has numerous publications, spanning more than 20 years, which have focused on
machine learning, data mining, and self-organization. His other research interests include web measurements,
efficient algorithms, models of adaptation inspired by nature, and time series forecasting. Dr. Flake is the author
of The Computational Beauty of Nature, used in college courses worldwide.