Board of Directors
Glenn C. Hazard
Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, Board of Directors
A seasoned executive with more than 30 years of experience in the technology industry, Glenn brings to Xceedium a strong record having served as CEO at both venture-funded and publicly-held companies. At Xceedium, Glenn is responsible for driving global strategy, and growing Xceedium by capitalizing on its unique product offerings and its strong blue-chip commercial and federal government customer base.
Prior to Xceedium, Glenn was a managing partner of Zero-G Inc., a venture management company that invested in and managed early stage technology companies. Prior to Zero-G, he served as chairman and CEO of NETSEC, a leading Managed Services Provider which was acquired by MCI/Verizon. Before NETSEC, Glenn was chairman and CEO of FTP Software, Inc., a public company, who was the leading provider of Internet networking technology and connectivity software. Earlier in his career, he was senior vice president and chief information officer at Legent Corporation, a leading provider of systems management software products and solutions. In addition, he spent 17 years with AT&T Corporation serving in a variety of executive-level roles in sales, marketing and general management. Glenn currently serves on the board of several emerging companies.
Joshua S. Levine
Managing Director, Kita Capital Management
Joshua S. Levine is a private investor and advisor. He is a Managing Director of Kita Capital Management, LLC, an investment management firm. Prior to that, Levine was the Chief Technology and Operations Officer of E*TRADE FINANCIAL Corp., where he was responsible for the company’s global customer operations, a staff of 1,800 worldwide, and an annual spend of $350 million. Before March 2003, he was a member of the company’s Office of the President, managing global company operations. Levine brought the European business from a loss of $60 million in 2001 to breakeven in 2002 and profitability in 2003. In 2004 and 2005, Europe had the highest growth rate of all the company’s businesses.
Before joining E*TRADE FINANCIAL in October 1999, Levine was Managing Director and Global Head of Equity Technology at Deutsche Bank, where he was responsible for the global technology development and systems for Equity Sales and Trading, Equity Finance and Equity Derivatives. At Deutsche Bank, he successfully led the integration of two major acquisitions, Bankers Trust and NatWest Markets. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Levine was a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley serving in various leading technology roles for 12 years, starting in April 1985.
Levine is a director of Xceedium, Inc., Securify, Inc., and Archivas, Inc., and is a director and audit committee chair of Logical Information Machines, Inc. He is a former director of StorageApps, Inc., which was purchased by Hewlett-Packard for $350 million. He also is a member of the National Counter-Terrorism Center’s Industry Advisory Board within the Department of National Intelligence, a group of eight senior IT executives who provide guidance on issues pertaining to strategic information systems.
F. Morgan Rodd
Managing Partner, ArrowPath Venture Partners
Morgan is a Managing Partner of the firm and brings over 15 years of experience with information technology companies as an investor, investment banker, and finance executive. He focuses primarily on investments in application and infrastructure software, with an emphasis on security, data management, and data integration.
In addition to serving as Xceedium’s Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors, Morgan currently serves on the Board, or is a Board observer, of Actional, Gamma Technologies, Immunix (acquired by Novell), Saqqara, and Siperian. Prior investments and Board seats include NetSec (acquired by MCI), Security Focus (acquired by Symantec), and Sanera Systems (acquired by McData).
Before joining ArrowPath, Morgan was Vice President of Corporate Development and New Ventures at E*TRADE Financial. Prior to E*TRADE, Morgan was CFO and Vice President of Business Development of Urbanite Systems, a venture-backed Internet software company. Prior to Urbanite, Morgan was a Principal at Volpe Brown Whelan, where he was head of the firm’s healthcare technology investment banking group. He was also a member of the technology investment banking group at Alex. Brown & Sons.
Morgan received his B.A. in History from Wesleyan University and his M.B.A. from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.