Board of Directors
Enrique Godreau III
Chairman of the Board
Enrique Godreau III serves as managing director of Voyager Capital, a Seattle-based venture capital firm, and has nearly 20 years of experience in the information technology industry. Before co-founding Voyager, Enrique served as research director for GartnerGroup, senior product marketing manager for Adobe's Dynamic Media Business Group, and principal engineer for Aldus Corporation. Enrique began his career at Xerox, including 7 years on the research staff at the company's renowned Palo Alto Research Center. Enrique sits on the boards of 2WAY Corporation, CapitalStream, and Planet 7, and is a board advisor to Avenue A, NeuVis, and QSent.
Kim B. Mackay
President and CEO, Planet 7 Technologies
As President and CEO of Planet 7, Kim Mackay leads all company efforts with a focus on creating breakthrough technology, building outstanding customer relationships, and delivering solid business growth. Kim came to Planet 7 from Avaya Corp. (formerly Lucent Technologies), where she served as Executive General Manager, marketing and business development, for their CRM Solutions portfolio. Kim previously served as Senior VP and Executive Officer at Mosaix, Inc., positioning the company for acquisition by Lucent. She has 22 years experience in business which includes two UK FTSE 100 companies - British Telecom and Bass - and founding two UK technology companies (Aston Technology Limited and WICAT).
Steven D. Leeke
Steven Leeke represents the 2M Technology Group on the Planet 7 Board of Directors. Prior to becoming a partner at 2M, Steve served as vice president and director of business development in the Motorola Personal Networks Group. He brings to the board his extensive experience with Motorola and Texas Instruments, as well as expertise with early-stage high-tech startups. Steve received his A.B. in Physics and Math from Dartmouth College and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
Francis deSouza is currently the product unit manager of the Exchange Real-time Collaboration Group at Microsoft Corp. Francis joined Microsoft after the 1998 acquisition of Flash Communications, where he was CEO and co-founder. Prior to Flash, Francis worked at a strategic equity investment firm focusing on communications markets and at a global management consulting firm focusing on technology companies. Francis has a S.B and S.M in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.