Leadership

 

Keith Krach

Chairman & CEO

Keith Krach is Chairman and CEO of DocuSign, The Global Standard for Digital Transaction Management. The DocuSign Global Trust Network empowers more than 225,000 companies and 85 million users in 188 countries to transact anything, anytime, anywhere, on any device – securely.

Krach co-founded Ariba, serving as chairman and CEO. Krach is widely recognized as the pioneer of B2B Commerce and today nearly $1 Trillion of commerce is transacted through the Ariba network annually.

Krach started his career at GM as the youngest-ever vice president. Krach then joined the founding team of Rasna Corporation, which was sold to Parametric Technologies. Krach was recognized as an early pioneer in the Robotics industry.

Krach earned his B.S. degree at Purdue University, his MBA at Harvard, and an honorary doctorate in business at Ohio Northern University. Krach is the former Chairman of the Board at Purdue University, Angie’s List, and former International President of Sigma Chi Fraternity.

Krach was also named the Ernst & Young National Entrepreneur of the Year and received the Technology Pioneer Award at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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Neil Hudspith

President, Worldwide Field Operations

Neil brings 25 years of IT experience to DocuSign, most recently serving as the senior vice president of Human Capital Management for Oracle, where he led sales and cloud professional services for Peoplesoft, JDEdwards, Taleo and Fusion HCM.

Prior to Oracle’s acquisition of Taleo, Neil served as the executive vice president of worldwide field operations and chief customer officer, where he was responsible for global sales, sales operations, customer success, global alliances and business transformation. Neil spent the majority of his career with IBM, most recently based in Singapore as VP and general manager of IBM Software Group for Asia Pacific and Japan. His prior positions at IBM include more than three years as VP of the UK and Ireland, and five years managing the company's emerging markets in the Middle East, Africa and Central Europe.

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Brad Brooks

Chief Product, Engineering and Marketing Officer

Brad Brooks leads Product, Engineering and Marketing at DocuSign as a member of the company’s Executive Staff. He is responsible for driving innovation across the company through customer-focused, data-driven research, product design, development, engineering and technology leadership.

Brad also leads the teams that bring those DocuSign innovations to market to empower individuals and companies to make every agreement 100% digital to keep life and business moving forward.

Brad brings more than 25 years of global business leadership experience at enterprise and consumer technology companies to his role at DocuSign. Previously, he served as CMO and SVP of Global Marketing at Juniper Networks, a company with annual revenues in excess of $5B and sales in more than thirty countries. During his time at Juniper, Brad oversaw the launch of a new global marketing campaign and grew the marketing-created pipeline by an annualized 78%.

Brad led product management and marketing with P&L responsibility as Corporate Vice President for Microsoft‘s multi-billion dollar Windows Consumer Business where he oversaw the launch of Windows 7 — the most successful launch in Microsoft's history. Prior to Microsoft, Brad worked at Enron and AT&T Lucent Technologies.

Brad earned his B.S. from California State University and his Masters in International Management from Thunderbird School of Management. Brad, his wife and two daughters live in the Bay Area.

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Reggie Davis

General Counsel & Chief Legal Officer

Reggie leads DocuSign’s award-winning legal team in driving acceptance and adoption of digital signatures and transactions across business, industry, and the public sector.

Prior to joining DocuSign, Reggie served as general counsel and EVP at Zynga where he helped manage hyper-growth from 114 to 3,600 employees, successfully brokered 48 acquisitions that led to the expansion of 32 offices worldwide, and oversaw the third largest technology IPO in Silicon Valley history. In 2012, Reggie’s team was named “Most Innovative Legal Team” by Inside Counsel Magazine, and the Silicon Valley Business Journal honored Reggie as “General Counsel of the Year.”

Before Zynga, Reggie spent 9 years at Yahoo! where he served as vice president, network quality and operations, and associate general counsel managing Litigation and Security for the company. Prior to Yahoo!, Reggie was a partner at Hancock Rothert & Bunshoft (now known as Duane Morris) where he litigated cases in contract, patent, and insurance matters.

Reggie received his JD from Tulane School of Law and his AB with Honors in European History and Sociology from Harvard University. Reggie joined DocuSign after taking a year off from work, during which he backpacked around the world with his wife Rebecca and their four sons. The highlights of this adventure were wrestling tigers and riding elephants in Cambodia, Laos and Thailand.

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Michael Sheridan

Chief Financial Officer

Michael is responsible for overseeing teams driving global financial planning and analysis, revenue operations, accounting, procurement, and investor relations.

Before joining DocuSign’s executive team in August 2015, Michael spent more than four years as CFO at FireEye. He joins the company with more than 15 years of CFO experience in high-growth tech companies and a long track record of leading high-performance financial teams to success.

Prior to his role at FireEye Michael held CFO roles at several technology companies including Mimosa Systems (now part of Iron Mountain), Facebook, IGN Entertainment (now part of NewsCorp), and SonicWALL (now part of Dell). Before SonicWALL, Michael worked as a financial executive at Genesys Telecommunications (now part of Alcatel) and NetApp. He also served on the board of directors and audit committee of 3Par Inc., which was later acquired by HP.

Michael has his Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Commerce from Santa Clara University.

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