Rachel Lam

Rachel Lam

Rachel Lam is SVP and Group Managing Director of the Time Warner Investments group.
 
Before returning to Time Warner in 2001, Ms. Lam was a principal at Quetzal/Chase Capital Partners, and before that was VP, U.S. private equity at CSFB Equity Partners. Prior to that, she was director, office of the president at Time Warner Inc., where she worked directly for former Time Warner CEO Dick Parsons. In addition, Ms. Lam spent several years in investment banking including at Credit Suisse First Boston and Morgan Stanley.

Ms. Lam received a B.S. degree in industrial engineering and operations research from U.C. Berkeley and an M.B.A. degree from Harvard Business School.

Peter Relan

Peter Relan

Peter Relan is the co-founder of CrowdStar, Inc. and serves as its Chairman. He is also the Founder and Chairman of YouWeb and co-founder of Spaceport, Pluto, and Agawi. He has 25 years of technology, executive management, and serial entrepreneurship experience and has been involved in the Internet as an ArpaNet research engineer since 1983 even before the Web came along.

Mr. Relan has been actively involved in angel investments and Advisory Boards for over 10 years, including ZipPay, X.Com, Scient, FastForward Networks, Billeo, OpenFeint (co-founder), Sibbingz, iSwifter, and CytoBank in their early stages.

Mr. Relan received a M.S. in Engineering Management from Stanford University, where he graduated as a Hewlett Packard Resident Fellow, and a B.S. in Computer Science from UCLA.

Jeffrey Tseng

Jeffrey Tseng

Jeffrey Tseng is the CEO and co-founder of CrowdStar. Jeffrey blends his extensive console game knowledge with many years of developing mobile experiences for women to distinguish CrowdStar in the interactive entertainment space. Particularly obsessed with product and audience engagement, Jeffrey has deep hands-on experience across all areas of the business, from marketing and business intelligence to game design. Prior to CrowdStar, Jeffrey was part of the core team at Secret Level (acquired by Sega) creating AAA console titles, such as Magic the Gathering: BattlegroundsStar Wars Starfighter and Iron Man