Director and Chief Strategy Advisor, Jive
Christopher Lochhead is a director of Jive and serves the entity as its chief strategy advisor. Jive is the largest
and fastest-growing company in the social business software market. He previously served as chief marketing
officer of three publicly traded technology firms (Mercury Interactive, Scient, Vantive) and has more than 20
years of operating experience. He is an advisor to several other companies, a ski bum, and enjoys good scotch.
Senior Vice President, Strategic Development, CBS Corp.
Zander Lurie has strategic planning responsibilities across CBS, working at the center of the company’s next-generation content initiatives. Mr. Lurie also oversees CBS’ efforts to explore authentication and other new,
additive methods of distribution and monetization. Mr. Lurie previously served as CFO for CBS Interactive’s
financial operations. He came to CBS through the company’s acquisition of CNET Networks in 2008, where he
served as CFO and headed strategic partnerships and M&A activity. Mr. Lurie joined CNET Networks in 2006 as
senior vice president of strategy and development. Before CNET Networks, he was with JPMorgan for seven
years in New York and San Francisco, where he led the firm’s equity and M&A efforts in the Internet sector. In
2001, he founded a nonprofit organization called CoachArt, which provides free coaching and teaching lessons
in arts and athletics to underprivileged children suffering with chronic illnesses.
SUSAN M. LYNE
Chief Executive Officer, Gilt Groupe
Susan Lyne was named CEO of Gilt Groupe in 2008. Gilt Groupe is an e-commerce company whose event-based
sales model is changing consumer behavior and redefining luxury shopping. From 2004 to 2008, Ms. Lyne was
president and CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. In that capacity, she steered the company’s recovery
and return to profitability, led by a three-fold increase in advertising revenue. Before 2004, Ms. Lyne served
eight years at Disney/ABC, rising to president of ABC Entertainment, where she oversaw the development of
shows such as Desperate Housewives, Lost, and Grey’s Anatomy. Earlier she ran the network’s long-form division,
fielding a schedule of original movies and miniseries that won time periods and earned numerous awards. Ms.
Lyne’s early career was spent in the magazine industry. She was managing editor of New Times and later of the
Village Voice and, in 1987, created and launched Premiere magazine for News Corp. She is a director for AOL and
the New School.
MARK S. MAHANEY
Managing Director, Internet Investment Research, Citigroup
Mark Mahaney is a managing director covering the Internet sector at Citigroup Investment Research. Mr.
Mahaney is ranked No. 1 in both the Institutional Investor poll and the Greenwich Institutional Investor poll for
the Internet sector. He is also ranked as the No. 1 earnings estimator and the No. 1 stock picker in the Internet
retail segment by the Financial Times and StarMine. Mr. Mahaney has covered Internet stocks since 1998.
Before joining Citigroup, he worked on both the sell-side and buy-side at firms including American Technology
Research and Morgan Stanley. Mr. Mahaney holds an MBA from Wharton Business School (1996), an MA degree
from Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies (1990), and a BA degree from Amherst College
(1987). Before his career on Wall Street, he was in management consulting with Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and
with the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Senate, and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.