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Before founding Regrello, he was an Advisor to McKinsey and Company. Until 2019, Aman was the CTO of Demandbase, the leader in B2B marketing automation. He helped grow the company to $125M leading product and engineering. Aman was acquired into Demandbase from Spiderbook, where he was Co-Founder and CTO. Aman spent 10 years at Oracle in multiple management including Director of Special Projects for the CEO. Aman has a MS in CS from Stanford, MA in Public Policy from Stanford and an Entrepreneurship Fellow at Stanford GSB.
Bernie was previously leading the global supply chain and final assembly for Watch at Apple. Previously to Apple, he built the US supply chain for Lidl, an international grocery store that operates 11,000 stores across Europe and the United States. He got his BS from Dartmouth College.
Chris joined Regrello from Palantir where he spent 8+ years. At Palantir, Chris held multiple positions in engineering management and also led their efforts in building an open-source framework for application development. Chris has a BS in Computer Science from Stanford University and a MS in Computer Science with a focus on Human Computer Interaction from Stanford University.
Amy was previously head of product management and adoption for Demandbase Targeting products where she helped grow the product from $0 to $40M in a record time of 2.5 years. Amy was previously the most successful account manager at Demandbase as well managing some of the key enterprise customers. Amy has a BA in Fine Arts from St. Lawrence University.
Derek leads the platform, security and data engineering for Regrello. Derek was previously VP of Data Engineering at Demandbase where he spent 5 years building some of the largest B2B data assets in the world. He was previously a data engineer at WhoToo. Derek got his BS in Computer Science from Seattle Pacific University.