All Hands are a unique and special opportunity for all paid staff and our most impactful volunteers to come together, in person, to share experiences and interact with people they may not normally work with (or just see over Vidyo). Given our size, work weeks are a key differentiator for us (larger organizations just can't do this sort of thing in a meaningful way). Being able to come together as a whole organization, 2x each year, exposes each of us to interactions that may spark new ideas and/or lead to new solutions. They are a core part of our annual planning process.
I have over 15 years of experience in field application sales and hardware engineering with proven track record of winning designs over $150MMs per year and launching multiple products in high speed networking market.
Senior Manager at Mozilla. My specialties: Python, Linux, Buildbot, Release Engineering, AWS.
Chris Beard is the CEO of Mozilla Corporation and a member of the Board of Directors. He is a passionate advocate for open source and has been leading open source projects in engineering, product and marketing roles for the past 20 years.
Eric is a Fellow working on Firefox, focused on developing the next generation of internet technologies for networking, security and real-time media.
I believe in two key principles: Find opportunities where no one else is looking; And, never fail the same way twice. Itâ€™s a methodology centered around Agile marketing practices and marketing technology. Coupled with a B.A. in Psychology from Whittier College, itâ€™s one thatâ€™s served me well professionally and personally.
Jim has been the Chief Financial Officer of the Mozilla Corporation since 2005. In that time he has led the worldwide effort to grow the Mozilla team and operational infrastructure from less than 25 employees in Mountain View to a worldwide operation of more than 750 employees in 11 offices on 4 different continents.
Leading large scale development projects; building resilient teams and systems; driving success
Mark Mayo is the head of all things Firefox, leading the combined Cloud, Desktop and Mobile groups at Mozilla. Markâ€™s responsibilities include overseeing strategic direction for Firefox, and the associated services that allow Mozilla to be a major force in the world building a safer, better, open Web. Mark came to Mozilla in 2011 to build Mozillaâ€™s cloud offerings, including the Identity, Sync and Location platforms.
Mitchell Baker co-founded the Mozilla Project to support the open, innovative web and ensure it continues offering opportunities for everyone. As Executive Chairwoman of Mozilla, Mitchell Baker is responsible for organizing and motivating a massive, worldwide, collective of employees and volunteers around the world who are building the Internet as a global public resource, open and accessible to all. Mitchell is deeply engaged in developing product offerings that promote the mission of empowering individuals. She also guides the overall scope and direction of Mozillaâ€™s mission.
As a product strategist for Mozilla, Nick is responsible for leading strategic product initiatives to advance our mission by building great products that help people take control of and explore the full potential of their online lives, while empowering them with technology, know-how and opportunity to advance the Open Web.
Sean is an executive, entrepreneur, inventor, and musician who has spent his career leading innovative development of the experiences, systems, and technologies that enable creative expression, connect us to each other, and enhance our understanding of the world around us.
VP of Strategic Business Development at Mozilla. Enjoy travelling and reading books.
San Francisco, California, USA (Hilton & Parc 55 Union Square)