CoFounder & CEO
As Chief Executive Officer, Kevin is responsible for Eventbrite's day-to-day-operations, as well as guiding the company's vision. Kevin was previously Co-Founder and CEO of Xoom Corporation (NASD: XOOM), an international money transfer company, servicing more than 30 countries worldwide. He has served as an early-stage investor and advisor to successful start-ups including the likes of PayPal, Pinterest, Lookout, Flixster, Airbnb, Trulia, and Yammer.
CoFounder & President
Focused on in-house strategy and growth, Julia is responsible for building, evolving, and sustaining Eventbrite's growing team of 300 "Britelings" and award-winning company culture (voted Best Places to Work in the San Francisco Bay Area four years running). Before co-founding Eventbrite, Julia worked as a television development executive at MTV and FX Networks.
Here is a video of Julia discussing entrepreneurship and building Eventbrite from the ground up.
CoFounder & CTO
Renaud is the founding technical architect of Eventbrite and is responsible for the internationalization of the Eventbrite platform. Renaud is also an accomplished architectural and travel photographer, and has had his work represented by various stock photo agencies around the world.
VP of Strategy
As a former Director of Research at Legg Mason Capital Management, Randy brings two decades of investment experience to his role at Eventbrite, where he combines analysis of the product, market, and competitive landscape to drive business and product strategy.
VP of Finance
Nels is responsible for Eventbrite's analytics and financial models. With a B.A. in physics from Colgate University and a masters (MPhil) in physics from Cambridge University (Trinity Hall), Nels got started in finance at the New York hedge fund, Ziff Brothers Investments, and later worked at Lehman Brothers where he executed interest rate product trades for institutional investors.
VP of Marketing
Tamara spearheads the Marketing team at Eventbrite, where she helps guide the brand, acquire and delight new users, and build a growing community of event organizers and attendees. Prior to Eventbrite, she was a Senior Analyst with Forrester Research, where she specialized in eCommerce technology.
VP of Customer Experience
Dana ensures Eventbrite's customers are fanatically happy with our service and support. Perfecting scalable, efficient, and personal service, Dana has helped Eventbrite achieve and maintain one of the highest Net Promoter Scores possible. Her passion for improving the customer experience began on the AdWords team at Google.
VP of Engineering
Pat leads the world-class engineering team at Eventbrite. Previously the Vice President of Software Development at Ticketmaster, Pat was responsible for host system development and wrote much of the reserved seating inventory system that's still in use today.
SVP of Sales and Business Development
Matt is responsible for strategy and growth of our global sales and business development. Before Eventbrite, Matt headed up sales at ServiceSource where he helped grow the company from $65M in revenue to over $220 million, propelling them toward a successful IPO in 2011.
As Chief Financial Officer, Mark juggles budgets and costs management, sets aggressive financial goals, and measures performance. Prior to Eventbrite, Mark handled finance for companies including eBay, Yahoo! and Shutterfly, and was also a partner at PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
VP of Engineering, Consumer and Infrastructure Operations
Formerly on the engineering leadership team at PayPal, Yahoo!, and Sun Microsystems, April brings over 20 years of product development experience. As Eventbrite's VP of Engineering, April continues to grow our world class engineering team, develop innovative product features, and execute on Eventbrite's vision to become the global marketplace for live events during a time of extraordinary growth.
VP of Product
Laurent is leading Eventbrite's worldwide product strategy as we build out our discovery platform and create a global marketplace for live experiences. Previously serving as Twitter's Director of Product Management, Laurent focused on product strategy for their mobile apps, and led their most recent redesign. Prior to Twitter, Laurent worked for seven years at Amazon on the team that built the Kindle business from the ground up.