Inmar’s distinguished board of directors focuses on fiduciary and governance responsibilities in addition to sharing advice and experience for our business strategy.
Geoff joined OMERS Private Equity in 2007, and is a Director in the New York office. He focuses on investments in the business services and healthcare services sectors. Geoff has been actively involved or on the board of several current and former investments for OMERS, including DTI, Nordco, Cari-All, Marketwired and CHG Healthcare. Geoff was previously with Ernst & Young Orenda Corporate Finance in Toronto, where he was involved in a variety of transaction-related advisory services.
Geoff has an Honours Bachelor of Commerce from Queen’s University. He holds a CPA and is also a CFA® charterholder.
Michael is currently the Senior Managing Director of OMERS Private Equity, North America and, in that capacity, leads the North American investment team. Michael has been with OPE since 2003, and he opened the New York office in 2009. Michael is active with several investments for OPE and is, or has been, on the board of numerous OPE investments, including Kenan Advantage Group, Document Technologies Inc., Great Expressions Dental Centers, United States Infrastructure Corporation, Nordco Inc., CHG Healthcare, and Marketwired. Prior to OPE, Michael was with a mid-sized, Toronto-based private equity and venture capital firm, where he made several buyout and growth capital investments, and was active on 10 portfolio company boards. Michael began his career at HSBC.
Michael has an Honours Bachelors of Commerce from Queen’s University. He also has an MBA from Schulich School of Business, York University.
Eric joined OMERS Private Equity in 2011 and is currently Managing Director focused on investments in the business services and healthcare services sectors. Prior to OMERS, he was a partner at Tailwind Capital, where he invested in companies in the business services and healthcare services spaces. Previously, he worked in private equity at Boston Ventures Management, where he focused on the media and communications and business services industries. He began his career as an analyst at Morgan Stanley in investment banking. Over the course of his career, Eric has served on several private company boards. He is currently a director of DTI/Epiq and Sysomos.
Eric received a BA from Bowdoin College, magna cum laude, in Mathematics/Economics, and his MBA from The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
Mark Jung has spent the last 20 years as a successful internet CEO and entrepreneur. He currently serves as a part-time operating partner of Khosla Ventures, where he provides strategic, operational and leadership advice to portfolio companies in the internet and mobile sectors. Mark also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Playhaven, and is a member of the Board of Directors of DataXu, Inmar, Ness Computing, SeatMe, and WGT Media. Mark is a member of the Leadership Council of the Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science, and is a Director of Right to Play, the League of American Orchestras, and the San Francisco Symphony.
Most recently, Mark was the CEO at Vudu, a leading provider of digital home entertainment and interactive television services, which was acquired by Walmart in 2010. Prior to Vudu, Mark was the Chief Operating Officer of Fox Interactive Media (FIM) where he was responsible for all of its internet properties including MySpace, IGN Entertainment, FoxSports.com and AmericanIdol.com. Mark led FIM’s overall product planning, engineering, content, business development, sales/monetization and merger integration efforts, overseeing more than 1,000 employees. Prior to Fox Interactive Media, Mark was the co-founder and CEO of IGN Entertainment, a leading Internet media and services company for videogaming and other forms of digital entertainment that he took public in 2000 and then private in 2003. Mark led IGN’s sale to NewsCorp, the parent company of Fox Interactive Media in 2005.
Mark holds an MBA from Stanford Business School and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University.
Principal, Abry Partners
Azra Kanji joined ABRY in 2003. She has been involved in media and telecommunications investments in the cable television, communications, subscription information businesses, marketing services and other businesses. Prior to joining ABRY, Azra was an investment banking analyst at Goldman Sachs in the Communications, Media and Entertainment Group. She is a director of Samba Safety, Direct Travel, Securus Technologies, FLS and Smart Start. Azra graduated cum laude from Duke University.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Inmar
David joined Inmar as Chief Executive Officer in April 2010. David has extensive operations and financial management experience in U.S., Europe and Asia. He has lived and worked in all three regions. David’s expertise in investment, innovation, industry collaboration and corporate development has supported transformative product innovation and the growth of information-driven networks spanning over 200 countries at UPS. Prior to joining the Inmar team, David was Executive Vice President of Supply Chain for Domino’s Pizza, Inc. He also served as Domino’s Chief Financial Officer from 2005 to 2007. Prior to Domino’s, David held several positions during a nearly 23 year tenure at UPS, including Chief Financial Officer, UPS Supply Chain Solutions, and Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions. David has an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He is Chairman of the Wharton Alumni Executive Board, serves on the board of visitors for the Wake Forest University Schools of Business and is a member of the board of directors for the United Way of Forsyth County.