Mohamad Ali – President and Chief Executive Officer

Mohamad Ali was named President and CEO in December 2014 to help Carbonite continue to grow and serve the ever-evolving technology needs of the small and mid-sized businesses that power the world. Prior to Carbonite, Ali served as Chief Strategy Officer at Hewlett-Packard Co., reporting to the Chairman and CEO. Before HP, Ali was CEO of the Workforce Optimization division of Aspect Software, and before that he led Avaya's $2 billion Global Services division as its president. Ali also held various executive positions at IBM.

Ali is a long-time resident of Boston, Carbonite’s world headquarters, where he lives with his wife and children. He attended Stanford and received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, a Bachelor of Arts in History, and a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering. He serves on the boards of City National Bank, Oxfam America, and the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council.

Anthony Folger – CFO & Treasurer

Folger brings nearly 20 years of finance and operations experience to the position of Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, where he is responsible for the company’s financial strategy and operations.

Folger joined Carbonite from Acronis, where he served as Chief Financial Officer and prior to that, as Acronis’ Corporate Controller. He also brings to Carbonite nearly a decade of accounting and finance expertise from his tenure at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte & Touche. Folger’s experience also includes senior corporate finance positions at technology companies, including Starent Networks, Corp., Habama, Inc. and Marketmax, Inc.

Folger holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Accounting from the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Pete Lamson – SVP, Sales & Marketing

Pete Lamson oversees customer acquisition for Carbonite, including direct and channel acquisition strategy and execution for the company’s consumer and SMB lines of business. Pete has 25 years of experience with emerging growth companies, having spent the majority of his career with technology solutions designed for consumers and the global small business community.

Prior to joining Carbonite, Pete served as SVP & GM for NameMedia’s SMB-focused Domain Marketplace, the largest of its kind in the world. Pete also served as Chief Operating Officer of Monster Worldwide’s consumer relocation division, helping small businesses convert new movers into lifetime customers. Pete also co-founded P.D. Circuits, an outsourced electronics manufacturing supply chain management firm.

Pete holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Middlebury College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is co-president and board member of the Dover-Sherborn, MA Soccer Club.

Brad Meiseles – SVP, Product & Engineering

Brad Meiseles leads Carbonite's global Engineering, Product Management, and User Experience groups. Brad brings over 20 years of experience building and leading software engineering organizations responsible for products across multiple industries including cloud computing, travel, finance, and healthcare.

Brad joined Carbonite from VMware where he led the engineering team that built vCloud Director from its inception through the release of multiple commercial versions. Brad was also Site Director for VMware’s Cambridge, MA engineering office. Prior to VMware, Brad co-founded WinMill Software and held technology leadership roles at Grand Circle Corporation, Sunburst Vacations, and Cortex Corporation.

Brad holds a B.A. degree in Computer Science and Chemistry from Duke University. He is an avid tennis player, cyclist, and water skier.

Danielle Sheer – Vice President and General Counsel

Danielle Sheer manages Carbonite’s worldwide corporate development and legal affairs, including technology partnerships, data security and privacy compliance, management of Carbonite’s intellectual property portfolio, and advising the Company’s management and board of directors on legal, strategic and corporate governance matters. She speaks and writes frequently about the effects of patent trolls in the technology industry. Danielle also co-founded SaaSy, a Carbonite initiative dedicated to the advancement and empowerment of women in the technology industry.

In 2012, Danielle was named to the Boston Business Journal's "40 under 40" list of emerging business leaders; honored by the Massachusetts Bar Association and Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as an "Emerging Leader"; and received the "Maverick of the Year" Stevie award for Women in Business. In 2014, the Boston Business Journal honored her as an "Advancing Women" leader.

Prior to joining Carbonite in 2009, Danielle practiced corporate and securities law at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, where she specialized in technology-related corporate matters, private equity financings, public securities offerings and mergers and acquisitions.

Danielle received her J.D. from Georgetown University and B.A. with honors from George Washington University. She serves on the board of directors of The Boston Club and the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts.

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