Eva Helen - President and COO; Co-founder.
Eva has led Operations, Business Development and International Sales at Sanbolic since 2000. Prior to Sanbolic she was Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Number One GM, Inc. a leader in broadcast workgroup software.Prior to Number One GM Eva was responsible for International Channel Sales and Business Development at Truevision in Santa Clara California a leading manufacturer of Video Processing equipment. Ms.Helen has an MBA from the University of Stockholm.
Momchil Michailov - CEO and Co-Founder.
Momchil has served as CEO since 2000. Prior to founding Sanbolic, Momchil was a co founder and CEO of Number One GM, Inc. where he oversaw the company from a SAN hardware distribution start-up to a leader in the broadcast workgroup software space. The company was acquired by Autodesk in 1999. Mr.Michailov brings over 15 years of storage expertise and has a background in technology and film production with degrees from the National Academy of Film and Art in Sofia, and the Bulgarian Economic Institute.
William Stevenson - Executive Chairman.
Bill was an early investor in Sanbolic and has been working actively with the company since 2002. Bill started his career at Bain and Company, and then helped found and build Corporate Decisions (CDI), a growth strategy firm serving Fortune 1000 companies and private equity firms. Major clients included companies in the electronics, aerospace, financial services, and retail industries. CDI was sold to Marsh & McLennan in 1997, where Bill lead the Business Design Innovation consulting team for three years and taught executive education classes at the Wharton School. He has a degree in economics from Princeton University, and did graduate work at the University of Cologne, Germany with a Fulbright grant.
Andy Melmed - VP Enterprise Architecture
Since joining Sanbolic in July of 2008, Andy has been responsible for devising, testing and promoting cost-effective data management solutions based on innovative shared storage architectures that overcome the costs, complexities and constraints associated with traditional approaches to achieving application availability and scalability. Other responsibilities include training Sanbolic’s world-wide sales channel (distributors and VARs) and end-customers, authoring white papers and weekly blogs that explain how to enhance the availability, scalability and performance of business-critical applications such as SQL Server, VDI and file-serving both on-premise and in the public cloud, and hosting weekly webinars and demonstrations that showcase the unique and extensive capabilities of Sanbolic's Melio Distributed Data Management Platform and how Melio helps organizations of all sizes realize the greatest ROI on their IT resources. Prior to joining Sanbolic, Andy was the Chief Technical Advisor for Ardence, which was acquired by Citrix Systems in 2007. During his tenure at Ardence/Citrix, Andy specialized in designing and testing shared storage solutions for Citrix Provisioning Services, a core component of Citrix XenDesktop, with a large part of his work culminating in the publication of numerous “best practices” guides that focused on the implementation of highly available server and desktop infrastructures. Other innovative companies on Andy’s employment roster include Funk Software, Celox Networks, Lucent Technologies/Nexabit Networks, Nortel/Bay Networks, and Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC). Andy graduated Cum Laude from Bryant University with a BS in Computer Science.
Kyle Bollen - Vice President of Sales
Kyle joined Sanbolic in January of 2011. Prior to joining Sanbolic Kyle served in sales and sales management roles at Acronis Software, a leading disaster recovery software provider, Utimaco Safeware, provider of endpoint encryption solutions acquired by Sophos in 2009 and Sophos Inc a
leading antivirus and security solutions provider. Mr. Bollen graduated Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Massachusetts with a BA in American/World History.
David Morrison - Board Member
David Morrison is a founding partner of Lee Equity Partners in New York. Lee Equity Partners is a mid cap, growth oriented Private Equity firm led by Thomas H. Lee, who was a pioneer in the early stages of the private equity industry. Prior to joining Lee Equity, Mr. Morrison was President and CEO of Mercer Management Consulting, Inc. and Chief Executive for Mercer's Specialty Consulting businesses, a portfolio of strategy, operations, and functional consulting firms. Mr. Morrison is co-author, with Adrian Slywotzky, of The Profit Zone: How Strategic Business Design Will Lead You to Tomorrow's Profits (a 1998 "Top 10 Best" Business Book) and Profit Patterns: 30 Ways to Anticipate and Profit from Strategic Forces Reshaping Your Business, published by the Times Books division of Random House. Mr. Morrison holds a B.S.Aero.Eng. from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis and served eight years in the U.S. Navy as a Naval Flight Officer. He earned an M.S.E. from Princeton's Aerospace Systems Lab and he graduated with high distinction from the Harvard
Greg Chapman - Board Member
Greg Chapman has been in the investment management industry since 1981. He is the Founder and Manager of The Anchorage Angels series of investment funds. Founded in 1999, the three Anchorage funds managed by Mr. Chapman include 30 companies in various stages of development from the idea stage to exit. Prior to Anchorage Angels, Mr. Chapman was a Founder of VERO Capital Management which manages fixed income securities for international clients. Mr. Chapman was Director, New Initiatives and Product Development at AEGON Institutional Markets in Louisville, KY where he initiated and developed an offshore funding program that grew to over $15 billion in assets under management. Currently, he is a member of the Board of Directors of three portfolio companies including Sanbolic, Inc., IMS Investment Holdings, LLC, and NOMAD Innovations, LLC where he also serves as Chairman. Mr. Chapman graduated with an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and graduated Cum Laude from Montclair State University with a BA in Experimental Psychology in 1976. Mr. Chapman resides in Anchorage, Kentucky.