Company

Telerivet, Inc., is a venture-backed corporation with global headquarters in San Francisco, California.

Board of Directors

Joshua Stern
CEO

Joshua travels around the world to understand the needs of users and partners in dynamic industries, and is often a featured speaker and panelist on technology and entrepreneurship in emerging markets. Previously, Joshua co-founded the non-profit Envaya and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Tanzania, where he focused on developing local ICT skills and infrastructure. Joshua was also a senior software engineer at Apture, a technology startup acquired by Google. He has also served as a technology advisor to U.S. Senator Angus King (Independent-Maine). Joshua has a B.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University.

Jesse Young
CTO

Jesse leads the development of Telerivet's high-performance, easy-to-use software, and works directly with Telerivet's users to better understand how to improve Telerivet to meet the needs of businesses and non-profits worldwide. Jesse previously served as chief engineer of Apture, a multimedia web technology startup later acquired by Google, and has also worked as a consultant to develop secure, scalable software for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Jesse has a M.S. in Computer Science and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.

Alex Gurevich
Managing Director, Javelin Venture Partners

Alex invests in and advises technology companies across a variety of sectors, including digital media, marketplaces, e-commerce, education, mobile, and enterprise SaaS. Prior to joining Javelin, Alex was a Principal at DFJ Aurora, where he helped establish one of the first venture capital funds focused on high tech investments in Eastern Europe. Alex has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, as well as a B.S. in Management Science and Engineering, a B.A. in International Relations, and an M.S. in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University.

Alec Ross
Board Member

Alec is a Senior Fellow at Columbia University’s School of International & Public Affairs, and serves as an advisor to investors, corporations and government leaders to help them understand the implications of disruptive technologies on geopolitics and markets. Previously, Alec served in the U.S. State Department for four years as Senior Advisor for Innovation, acting as the diplomatic lead on a range of issues including cybersecurity, internet freedom, disaster response and the use of network technologies in conflict zones.