Auren Hoffman is CEO of Rapleaf. He is also a non-employee cofounder of BrightRoll. He was formerly Chair of Stonebrick Group and the Connector Group. Previously, he founded and sold three Internet companies before age 30: BridgePath (sold in 2002), Kyber Systems (sold in 1997), and GetRelevant (sold in 2002). He is the founder of the Dialog Retreat. He serves on the advisory boards of AppFuel, Blip.TV, Merchant Circle, VoxPop.tv, MesmoTV, and Zoom Systems. Auren holds a B.S.E. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from the UC Berkeley. Read more about 10/15: Portable Identities and Social Web Bill of Rights
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