John W. Morrison, Jr. joined gen-E in 2013, bringing with him more than a decade of corporate executive experience along with 15 years of accomplishments with a Big Four accounting firm. From strategic and financial planning, to accounting and operations, Morrison is in position to drive further growth and success for gen-E. Most recently, he served as executive vice president and chief financial perations officer for Kelley Blue Book Co., where he transitioned the company and business model to fuel growth from 75 employees and $25 million in revenue in 2001, to 500 employees and $150 million in revenue in 2010. Morrison co-led the sale of Kelley Blue Book to Autotrader.com in 2010 for more than $500 million.
Morrison’s career began in 1985 at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, where he worked his way up to become director of management consulting services with founding responsibility for the firm’s highly successful Seoul, Korea office. His experience also includes serving as chief financial officer of CBS StoreRunner Network, Inc. and as president of CDM Data, Inc. A certified public accountant, Morrison earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and business management, along with a master’s degree in accounting, from Brigham Young University.
Dhilip brings over 15 years of experience in the software industry. Prior to joining gen-E, Dhilip held a wide variety of leadership roles at Microsoft spanning engineering, product management and business strategy in many of Microsoft’s key business units such as SQL Server, Windows Azure and Devices. His domains of expertise include enterprise software, mobility, databases, business intelligence, networking and cloud computing. Dhilip holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M University.
Paul Buccheri leads all of gen-E’s legal affairs. His principal areas of focus are compliance, commercial negotiations, intellectual property and rights management, international legal issues, and providing strategic advice to the management team. Prior to joining gen-E in November 2011, Paul was a member of the management team at Nokia where he served as Director of Legal and was responsible for the legal affairs of Nokia’s global mobile messaging business unit including commercial matters, international, and M&A. He also oversaw Nokia's team of attorneys responsible for all aspects of mobile messaging around the world. Paul has over 15 years of legal experience with software and telecommunications companies including Peregrine Systems where Paul was the Director of Worldwide Licensing.
Laurie Miller is gen-E’s newest addition to its leadership team, joining the company in July 2012 as the VP of Human Resources. She is responsible for aligning HR initiatives and a talent management framework to achieve the business goals that are critical to gen-E’s growth and continued success. Miller’s career spans more than 20 years of business leadership positions in the high tech industry, most recently leading the Ingram Micro North American team of 60 associates running HR operations for the US, Canada and Manila, supporting over 5,000 employees.
Miller earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA, holds a SPHR (Senior Professionals in Human Resources) designation, and is a member of NHRA (National Human Resources Association) and PIHRA (Professionals in Human Resources Association).
Payal Kindiger leads gen-E’s branding and marketing efforts, inside sales operations, organizational strategy, customer care, IBM channels development and managed services offerings. Prior to joining gen-E in 2003, she was a member of the management team at Deloitte and Touche. She has worked with several Fortune 500 companies and has managed client-service projects in IT business process re-engineering and organizational development across a number of industries.