Executive Leadership

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Dan Springer, CEO

As the CEO of DocuSign, Dan leads employees to empower organizations of every size and industry to achieve their digital transformations by helping them make every agreement 100% digital.

Dan has almost 30 years of executive leadership and experience driving innovation and hyper-growth across the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) industry. Prior to DocuSign, Dan served as Chairman and CEO of Responsys (MKTG), where he led the sale of the company to Oracle in 2013 for $1.6 billion. Previously, he was Managing Director of Modem Media and also served as CEO at Telleo, CMO at NextCard, and as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. Dan holds an MBA from Harvard University and an AB in Mathematics and Economics from Occidental College.

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Joan Burke, Chief People Officer

As the Chief People Officer at DocuSign, Joan leads the company’s global human resource function – including talent acquisition, onboarding, learning and development, performance management, total rewards, HR information systems, employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, the DocuSign IMPACT Foundation and more.

Joan has more than 25 years of leadership experience in designing and implementing innovative, results-oriented HR programs and best practices that create and inspire cultures of innovation and growth. Most recently, Joan served as SVP of global HR roles at SaaS-industry leaders Marketo and Responsys. Previously, Joan led global HR for ZipRealty, ShoreTel, Zantaz, ABHOW, The Industry Standard, and Softnet Systems – and began her HR career at John Hancock. Joan has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Albertus Magnus College.

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Kirsten Wolberg, Chief Technology and Operations Officer

Kirsten Wolberg is the Chief Technology and Operations Officer at DocuSign. Kirsten has over 20 years of industry experience with broad capabilities in Technology Management, Strategy, Product and Operations. She previously worked at PayPal where she held several roles, including Vice President of Technology and Separation Executive, leading the PayPal separation program as part of the eBay/PayPal tax-free split. Kirsten also led Saleforce.com IT as Chief Information Officer. She has held several technology, product and operations roles at companies including Charles Schwab, InnoVentry, and CSC Index.

She holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Southern California and an MBA degree from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern.

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Michael Sheridan, Chief Financial Officer

As DocuSign’s Chief Financial Officer, Michael is responsible for overseeing the teams that drive global financial planning and analysis, revenue operations, accounting, procurement and investor relations.

Michael has more than 18 years of CFO experience in high-growth tech companies and a long track record of leading high-performance financial teams to success. Before joining DocuSign, Michael spent more than four years as CFO at FireEye. And prior to his role there, he held CFO roles at several technology companies – including Mimosa Systems, Facebook, IGN Entertainment and SonicWALL. Before SonicWALL, Michael worked as a financial executive at Genesys Telecommunications and NetApp.

Michael has a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce from Santa Clara University.

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Neil Hudspith, President, Worldwide Field Operations

As the President of Worldwide Field Operations at DocuSign, Neil brings almost 30 years of experience to the company’s global sales operations teams. Prior to DocuSign, Neil served as the SVP of Human Capital Management for Oracle, where he led sales and cloud professional services for Peoplesoft, JDEdwards, Taleo and Fusion HCM.

Prior to Oracle’s acquisition of Taleo (where Neil was the EVP of worldwide field operations and the chief customer officer), Neil spent the majority of his career with IBM – including roles in Singapore as VP and GM of IBM Software Group for Asia Pacific and Japan, VP of the UK and Ireland, and five years managing the company's emerging markets in the Middle East, Africa and Central Europe.

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Reggie Davis, Chief Legal, Compliance and Privacy Officer

Reggie Davis leads DocuSign’s award winning legal and risk compliance teams in driving acceptance and adoption of e-signatures and transactions around the world.

Prior to joining DocuSign, Reggie served as general counsel and EVP at Zynga, where he oversaw what was then the third-largest technology IPO in Silicon Valley history and was named “General Counsel of the Year” by the Silicon Valley Business Journal. Prior to that, Reggie served at Yahoo! as VP Search Quality and Operations, and Associate General Counsel for litigation and security. Prior to Yahoo!, Reggie was a partner at Hancock Rothert & Bunshoft (now Duane Morris). Reggie received his JD from Tulane School of Law and his AB with Honors in European History and Sociology from Harvard University.

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Ron Hirson, Chief Product Officer

As the Chief Product Officer, Ron leads the product and customer experience teams.

Ron has more than 20 years of product management experience in large and entrepreneurial ventures. He was most recently an Entrepreneur in Residence at Khosla Ventures and Mayfield Fund, prior to serving as President at Boku, Inc. (LON:BOKU). Before Boku, Ron was VP, Product Management at AT&T Interactive, where he was responsible for new and existing advertising products. Ron served as VP, Product Management for Ingenio (Acquired: AT&T), and prior to that was Co-Founder CEO of The Digs Interactive (Acquired: iDrive). Ron began his career as a management consultant with Price Waterhouse. Ron is an inventor on 67 issued patents and has over 100 filings.

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Scott Olrich, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer

As the Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, Scott focuses on orchestrating DocuSign’s vision, strategy, marketing and enablement efforts around the world.

Scott brings over 25 years of leadership experience and a proven track record of driving innovation, market adoption and hyper-growth to his role at DocuSign. Previously, he held a variety of senior management roles at Responsys alongside Dan Springer—including president of marketing and platform, chief marketing and sales officer, and CMO. Prior to joining Responsys, Scott held strategy, sales, marketing and product management roles at Topica, Spark Online, Accenture and Xerox. Mr. Olrich received a B.S. degree in Business Administration from San Diego State University.

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Tom Casey, SVP of Engineering

As the SVP of Engineering at DocuSign, Tom leads the development and operations of the company’s eSignature applications and Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform.

Driven by a passion for changing the way people work through innovation, Tom has more than 25 years of experience as a senior executive and technology entrepreneur.

After beginning his career at smaller startups in the Seattle area, Tom spent 16 years at Microsoft where he worked on server and cloud products, finishing his tenure as Vice President of Microsoft’s Commerce Division. Tom returned to his startup roots in 2013 as co-founder and advisor at 9Mile Labs and later served as Vice President of Platform and Infrastructure engineering at Apptio before joining DocuSign. Tom holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Arizona. 

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Grant Peterson, Chief Technology Officer

As the Chief Technology Officer at DocuSign, Grant is responsible for the core DocuSign customer-facing platform and infrastructure. Grant ensures the company’s platform maintains its carrier-grade availability and bank-grade security, while also being a key contact point for many of our largest and most demanding customers. 

Grant has over 20 years of product development experience. Prior to joining DocuSign, he was VP: product development for LexisNexis where he grew sales for a number of products from $6 million in 2000 to $145 million. Prior to LexisNexis, Grant was the director of product development for Primus Knowledge Solutions. Earlier in his career, Grant also held development positions at Halliburton Geophysical Services and Sierra Geophysics, Inc., and has been an instructor at Bellevue Community College.

Grant holds an eMBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. 

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Lambert Walsh, SVP of Customer Success

As the Senior Vice president of Customer Success at DocuSign, Lambert develops the company’s strategic end-to-end relationships with customers to help them achieve digital transformation, accelerate time to value, and realize measurable returns. As part of this, he leads global professional services, learning and enablement, and customer support.

Lambert is a proven executive skilled in developing innovative customer and partner success strategies across the lifecycle, and leading global organizations with recurring services and solutions revenues in excess of $1B annually. Prior to his time at DocuSign, Lambert worked with Adobe, most recently as VP and GM of Adobe Global Services, and held various executive roles at McAfee.

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Loren Alhadeff, SVP of North American Sales

Loren Alhadeff is Senior Vice President of North American Sales at DocuSign. Loren joined DocuSign in 2008 bringing with him a breadth of experience in Technology Sales Leadership, Strategy and Operations.

During his tenure at DocuSign, Loren has been actively involved in building the global sales infrastructure as well as designing and building the company’s direct sales team. He is currently responsible for driving growth across all routes to market in North America and is widely credited for developing the sales organization into one of the most respected teams in the industry today.

Loren holds Bachelor’s Degree from Occidental College, and remains active with several boards and universities where he has built formalized business internship programs to help inspire tomorrow’s leaders.

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Mark Register, SVP of Business Development and Channels

As the SVP of Business Development and Channels, Mark is responsible for the strategic engagement and growth of the company’s global partner and systems integrator ecosystem.

Mark brings over 30 years of global leadership experience in customer- and partner-facing roles in software and services companies in the US, Europe and Asia. He previously led IBM’s global software channel to success. His other previous roles include CMO for Ascential Software and President: Field Operations for Mercator Software. Prior to Mercator, Mark held executive positions at Computer Sciences Corporation and GE Capital IT Solutions.

Mark attended the Auckland University of Technology and Curtin University in Western Australia. 

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Robin Joy, SVP of Digital, Demand and Web Sales

Robin Joy is the Senior Vice President of Digital, Demand and Web Sales at DocuSign. Robin has introduced millions of people to DocuSign via a compelling web experience and award-winning mobile apps. She has built and leads a high-performing team focused on demand generation, digital experience, eCommerce, marketing automation and analytics. 

Robin has served in various leadership positions in marketing, sales and general management at companies including Intuit, AltaVista, Clorox, and Odwalla. Robin joined DocuSign in 2012 following a role as VP of Marketing at Caring.com.

Robin graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College and received her MBA from Stanford University. She was awarded a Rotary Scholarship to the University of Melbourne, where she received an MA with honors in Women’s Studies.

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Scott Barmmer, SVP of International Sales

As the Senior Vice President of International Sales at DocuSign, Scott is responsible for the development, growth and execution of sales strategy outside of North America. Scott is a seasoned leader with global experience in both corporate and enterprise sales teams. Previously, Scott worked at Salesforce.com, where he led the global accounts sales team. He also served as VP of Sales at GetSatisfaction, Ariba, Oracle, and McCormack & Dodge.

Scott earned a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Boston College. 

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Steve Krause, SVP of Strategy and Product Marketing

As SVP of Strategy and Product Marketing, Steve owns the positioning and messaging for DocuSign's products, category, and strategy.

Steve has more than 20 years of product marketing and product management experience. Prior to joining DocuSign, he was Group Vice President of Product Management at Oracle, leading product management for the Oracle Marketing Cloud. He joined Oracle as a result of the company’s acquisition of Responsys, where Steve was Senior Vice President of Product Management. Earlier in his career, Steve led one of the Internet’s first consumer research projects (iVALS at SRI International), co-founded two companies (Personify, ExactChoice), and created and led a business within a public company (CNET Intelligent Cross-Sell at CBS Interactive). His products have won numerous awards, and he has appeared in media ranging from The Wall Street Journal to TIME to a variety of industry publications.

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Vivian Chow, Chief Accounting Officer

As the Chief Accounting Officer for DocuSign, Vivian is responsible for the entire company’s accounting function and teams, part of the global finance operation. Vivian has more than 25 years of corporate finance and accounting experience, most recently serving as VP of Finance and Worldwide Controller at Electronic Arts (EA). Her previous experience also includes accounting and finance leadership positions at Restoration Hardware, Thermage, Fair Isaac & Co., and Arthur Andersen.