Julian Castelli, Chairman

Julian is a veteran online media executive with more than 15 years of senior-level operating experience and a world-class institutional background. He is currently the CEO of VacationRoost Inc, a leading online marketplace for vacation rental properties. Before founding VacationRoost, Julian served as Chief Financial Officer of Primedia, a $300 million internet media company that owns and operates leading brands: Apartment Guide/Apartmentguide.com, New Home Guide/Newhomeguide.com, Auto Guide/Autoguide.com, and Rentals.com. While at Primedia, Julian also served as President of the Autoguide.com business, and was responsible for the launch and development of Rentals.com. Julian previously served as CFO of PageNet, a $1 billion public telecom company. He also was a founder and managing director of Cabrillo Advisors, a boutique financial advisory firm. Julian began his career as an investment banker with Goldman, Sachs and Co. in 1990, later serving as a strategy consultant with McKinsey and Company. He has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Amherst College.

Wayne Cantwell, Director

Wayne is a General Partner of Crescendo Ventures, a Palo Alto based venture capital firm that focuses on early-stage investments in the technology, digital media and technology-enabled service markets. Wayne joined Crescendo in early 2003 after spending nearly 20 years in the semiconductor and software industries. Immediately prior to Crescendo, Wayne served as President and CEO of inSilicon Corporation where he led the company through an IPO and several successful acquisitions. Before assuming the role of CEO at inSilicon, Wayne was responsible for overseeing Phoenix Technologies' worldwide field operations where he grew the organization to over 400 people and $125 million in globally distributed business. Wayne has extensive international experience, having run operations in Japan, Taiwan, and Europe, but has spent most of the last nine years based in the Bay Area. Prior to his role with Phoenix Technologies, Wayne held various sales and engineering positions with Intel Corporation and NEC Corporation.

Michael Levinthal, Director

Mike has over 26 years of venture capital investing experience and currently lives in Park City, Utah where he works as an independent venture capitalist helping to advise companies in the intermountain area. Mike spent 20 years with the Mayfield Fund. During his tenure at Mayfield, Mike worked to sponsor such successes as Citrix, Concur Technologies, Heartstream, Pure Software and WebMethods. Additionally, he founded Mayfield Software Partners, a side fund consisting of 20 leading software entrepreneurs as investors. He began his career in venture capital at New Enterprise Associates (NEA). While at NEA, Mike founded ONSET Ventures, a venture firm specializing in incubating new companies. Mike currently serves on the board of directors for Applabs, Alliance Health Networks, High West Distillery, Infopia, 3point5 and Zinch. He also served as a director on the board of Altiris (ATRS) until its recent acquisition to Symantec for $1billion. Mike holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He received both his MS and BS degrees in Engineering from Stanford University.

Drew Lipsher, Director

Andrew “Drew” Lipsher is a Partner with Greycroft LLC.

Drew brings over fourteen years of media and entertainment experience to Greycroft. His experience has covered all aspects of the media business, including investment (private equity and venture), M&A, strategic planning, new business development, technology, operating and board level activities, restructurings, and divestitures.

Drew currently serves or observes on the boards of Greycroft’s investments in Imagespan, Matchbin, Netsertive, Health Plan One, Vitals.com, Worldwide Biggies and Babble. In addition, Drew was involved with Pump Audio (sold to Getty). Drew has previously led investments in Musicbank, Rich Animation, Nest Entertainment, Palomar Pictures, ARTISTdirect (NASDAQ: ARTD), Listen.com (NASDAQ: RNWK), Youtopia.com (sold to 800-America), Planetout.com (NASDAQ: LGBT), Channel V (NYSE: NWS), and Accolade (sold to Atari).

Prior to joining Greycroft, Drew was the Head of M&A, Corporate Development, and Administration for Interscope, Geffen, A&M Records ("IGA"), a division of the Universal Music Group.

Scott Petty, Director

Scott is a founding managing director of vSpring Capital. Prior to vSpring, Scott was COO and a Board Director of Zuka Juice, a retail organization selling nutritional products. Under Scott's leadership, Zuka Juice grew from its first store to 96 retail units and over 400 employees. Zuka Juice was acquired by Jamba Juice (NASDAQ:JMBA), a venture backed competitor. Before Zuka, as a consultant with Bain & Company for seven years, Scott worked with more than 16 IT and non-IT companies, re-engineering their strategies for optimum results.

Scott serves on the Board of Directors of the Lassonde New Venture Development Center at the University of Utah. He also serves on the National Directors Council at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts.

Scott received a BS in Economics from Brigham Young University and a MBA from the Harvard Business School. Scott has led vSpring's investments in Alianza, Alpha Bay, Cerberian (acquired by Blue Coat Systems, Inc. NASDAQ:BCSI), comScore (NASDAQ:SCOR), Control4, CrimeReports, FamilyLink, Infusionsoft, LignUp, Matchbin, SwarmBuilder, and Zonder.