David Chartier is CEO of Codenomicon and has 20 years of technology industry experience that includes serving as chairman of Maxware, which was subsequently acquired by SAP in 2007. He has also held CEO positions for startup companies that include IntelliSearch Inc and Computas, along with serving as chairman of Active ISP. An experienced entrepreneur, David founded InfoStream and led the company through a successful IPO in 1999 and trade sale in 2000.
Sarah Golightly provides strategic leadership as well as spearheading product design for GoLightly, Inc. An accomplished visual artist and technologist with more than 10 years of experience designing enterprise web applications, Ms. Golightly is passionate about making the web more usable and beautiful. Prior to co-founding GoLightly, Sarah did design, branding, and web site development for major corporations including Toyota, Lexus, and Blue Cross of California.
In addition to being a talented businesswoman, Ms. Golightly is a devoted mother, and a frequent motivational speaker at conferences and meetings.
Dale McGrew leads the talented GoLightly technology development team. A successful entrepreneur and executive, Mr. McGrew has co-founded two firms, and as President transformed a 7 person start-up into a 35 person web development firm that was acquired by industry leader frogdesign.com. He has more than 16 years of software development and project management experience. Prior to GoLightly, Inc., Mr. McGrew was the Vice-President of Production at frogdesign.com, and led teams providing software for companies such as Disney, IBM, NTT, and Silicon Graphics, as well as nonprofits such as the Red Cross Bay Area.
A graduate of the University of California at San Diego, Mr. McGrew lives in Berkeley with his wife Alissa and son, and is devoted to cultural, spiritual and community based activities.
Chris was a practicing attorney and faculty member at the University of California and then began his internet business development career in 1995, working for companies such as AOL, MapQuest, the online file storage company at MySpace.com, and GetActive Software. Chris is also an avid traveler who lived in Paris for three years, and an award winning sculptor and potter whose work is held in private collections on three continents.
Chris got his B.A. from the University of California, Santa Cruz where he majored in Environmental Studies, and his J.D. from the University of California, Davis where he was on the Law Review.
Photography by Tristan Naramore
GoLightly will be exhibiting at the ASAE Annual Meeting & Expo in Dallas, TX, August 11-14. Be sure to stop by our booth!
We're excited to be speaking at the NiUG Annual Discovery Conference at The Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown, September 12-14. Come say hi!
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