Editor at Large, Fortune
Chair, Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit
Pattie Sellers has written some of Fortune’s most talked-about cover stories, including “Can Meg Whitman
Save California?” “The $100 Billion Woman” (Melinda Gates), “MySpace Cowboys,” Martha Stewart (“I cannot be
destroyed”), Meg Whitman (“eBay’s Secret”), Ted Turner (“Gone with the Wind”), and Oprah Winfrey (“Oprah
Inc.”). She has helped oversee Fortune’s “Most Powerful Women” cover package since its launch in 1998. A
specialist at dissecting larger-than-life personalities, she has also profiled former U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank
Paulson, Morgan Stanley chairman John Mack, and countless CEOs. Pattie chairs the annual Fortune Most
Powerful Women Summit, the preeminent gathering of women leaders in business, philanthropy, government,
academia, and the arts. She started at Fortune in 1984, covering the big brand companies. In Pattie’s blog,
Postcards < http://postcards.blogs.fortune.cn
n.com/> , she provides insight into the lives of super-achievers
through commentary, career advice, and Guest Posts by CEOs and other leaders.
Founder and Managing Director, Felicis Ventures
Aydin Senkut has served as an angel investor in promising startups since 2006 and was recently named one of
the top 25 tech angels. His portfolio encompasses more than 50 companies, including Aardvark (acquired by
Google), Inkling, Meraki, Mint (acquired by Intuit), Powerset (acquired by Microsoft), and Plusmo (acquired by
AT&T). Before founding Felicis Ventures, Mr. Senkut was a senior manager at Google, responsible for strategic
partner development and account management in Asia Pacific (including Japan). He joined Google in 1999 as
its first product manager and launched the company’s first ten international sites. He then became Google’s
first international sales manager, responsible for worldwide licensing deals. Before joining Google, he was a
product manager at SGI. Mr. Senkut holds an MBA in marketing from the Wharton School and an MA degree in
international studies from the School of Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. A benefactor to that university
and to UC San Francisco, Mr. Senkut is a director of Imageshack and the Wharton Entrepreneurial Program.
Managing Editor, Fortune
Andy Serwer, named managing editor of Fortune in 2006, directs the multimedia biweekly magazine, with a
readership of more than five million, as well as its brand representations on the Internet, on television, and
on radio. Mr. Serwer joined Fortune in 1985 as an intern from the Columbia Journalism School, and was later
promoted to associate editor. In addition to covering Wall Street, investing, information technology, and
entertainment for the magazine, Mr. Serwer has edited and written the front-of-the-book section, which
includes breaking news and features focusing on business personalities, media, and technology. Mr. Serwer
was named 2000 Business Journalist of the Year by TJFR Business News Reporter. Marketing Computers also
ranked him sixth on its Top Ten Web list of Internet journalists. Former business anchor of CNN’s American
Morning, Mr. Serwer continues as a regular contributor on programs produced by CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, and
other broadcast outlets.
DANA SET TLE
Partner, Greycroft LLC
Dana Settle, a partner at Greycroft, heads the firm’s west coast office. Before joining Greycroft, she served
several years as a venture capitalist and advisor to startup companies in the Bay Area. At Mayfield, she focused
on early-stage companies in the mobile communications and consumer Internet markets for six years. Ms.
Settle currently serves or observes on the boards of Greycroft’s investments in K2 Networks, MoVoxx, Sometrics,
Sportgenic, United Sample, Vuze, and WideOrbit. She also managed the firm’s investments in Digisynd (sold to
Disney) and ContentNext (sold to Guardian Media). She previously invested in and advised several companies,
including Inphi, MobileStar (sold to TMobile), Revenue Science, Trigo (sold to IBM), and Truveo (sold to AOL).
Her experience includes investment banking at Lehman Brothers in the Media and Communications Group
and international business development at McCaw Cellular Communications. Ms. Settle holds a BA degree in
finance and international studies from the University of Washington and an MBA from Harvard Business School.