Quantcast is a technology company specialized in real-time advertising and audience measurement. As the pioneer of direct audience measurement in 2006, Quantcast has today the most in-depth understanding of digital audiences across web and mobile, allowing marketers and publishers to make the smartest choices as they buy and sell the most effective targeted advertising on the market. Quantcast is dedicated to making display as relevant and effective as search, and currently delivers outstanding advertising campaigns for the world's leading advertisers and publishers, and brings accurate audience measurement to over 100 million digital destinations.
Konrad Feldman, CEO, co-founded and launched Quantcast in 2006 along with Paul Sutter to transform the effectiveness of online advertising through the use of science and scalable computing. Prior to co-founding Quantcast, Feldman co-founded Searchspace (now Fortent) the leading provider of terrorist financing detection and anti-money laundering software for the world’s financial services industry. As CEO of Searchspace’s North American business, he established the business in the US and directed its rapid growth to become a market leader. Prior to Searchspace, Feldman was a Research Fellow in the Intelligent Systems Laboratory at University College London. Feldman holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from University College, London.
Michael oversees Quantcast’s Legal, Corporate Development, Business Development, International Expansion, and Privacy functions. He joined the Quantcast team in May 2010 as General Counsel from Fenwick & West, a law firm specializing in technology and life science matters, where he was Partner in the Intellectual Property Group and Chair of the Privacy and Information Security Group. Michael also worked several years as a management consultant for Deloitte. He holds a B.S.E. in Computer Engineering magna cum laude from the University of Michigan and a J.D. from Stanford Law School, where he co-founded the Stanford Technology Law Review.
Christina oversees Quantcast’s global marketing strategy and operations, including demand generation, product marketing, PR and communications, recruitment and trade marketing, and corporate branding. Just prior to Quantcast, Christina was Global Director of Marketing and Communications for Omnicom Group’s Tribal DDB Worldwide, where she oversaw the company’s worldwide communication efforts, spanning over 50 offices in 30 countries, and founded its global marketing and communications network. Under her direction, Tribal DDB successfully rose to market leadership status throughout multiple countries and was the first digital agency named Advertising Age’s Global Agency Network of the Year. Christina has been piloting and growing premium, international brands since the start of her career with the luxury fashion brand, Emanuel Ungaro. She holds a B.A. from Muhlenberg College with a double major in Business Administration and Fine Arts, and a minor in Italian studies.
Jag Duggal joined Quantcast in June 2011 and is charged with strategic positioning, development and management of the company’s targeted display advertising and audience measurement solutions. Prior, he spent five years in product management at Google where he was most recently the lead on Google’s display strategy and responsible for driving the company’s brand display product suite. Duggal also worked for a decade at Oliver Wyman, a leading management consulting firm, where he was a Principal in the Digital and Strategy practice. There, he advised Fortune 100 CEOs and executive teams on development of Internet and technology businesses. Duggal developed market strategy, product requirements and business plans for multiple new businesses that scaled to greater than $500m in revenues. Duggal holds his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Yale University. He left his Masters in Public Administration at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government after one year to join Google.
Michael Kamprath joined Quantcast in April 2010 as Vice President of Engineering. He oversees software development and the operations of Quantcast’s data analytics. Kamprath started his career as an officer in the U.S. Air Force working in the military’s space program where he held a variety of positions, including being a mission analyst at an operational satellite ground station overseas, doing space debris research and managing space launch vehicle programs. Kamprath joined Advertising.com as an early start-up, leading the Advanced Research team in an effort to design, develop and operate the company’s AdLearn optimization system. He stayed in this role for almost eight years, helping to establish the company as having one of the most advanced optimization and bid management systems in the business. Kamprath holds his BSE and MS in Aerospace Engineering from University of Michigan.
Jim grew up in the Bay Area. He graduated from Berkeley with a BA in Physics; and from Princeton University with a PhD in the same field. After defending his PhD he realized that he wanted to move back to San Francisco. “That was the time when you would find job ads in newspapers.” He saw several open positions for Software Engineers and Easter Bunnies – the latter because it was close to Easter. He thought that the Easter Bunny thing was going to be seasonal…so he went with software. The decision landed him at Scopus Technology – where he worked on the first generation of call center applications. That was in 1994, and Jim spent the next 10 years doing enterprise software at Scopus, and some other companies. Jim started at Quantcast in 2006, as one of its earliest employees. He has seen the company grow! Jim’s team is doing innovation around the cluster, brand targeting and measurement. He has 3 sub teams, a total of 12 brilliant engineers. Jim reports to Konrad. Jim remembers when the Quantcast office was on Natoma Street, more of an alley than a street. Then, they move to 2nd and Mission, down to 2nd and Harrison, and now at 3rd and Howard. He also remembers that they use to have just 1 conference room and 1 bathroom, and in order to use the bathroom you needed to cross all the way down through the conference room. It was “quite interesting” and that office “definitely had a lot of personality.”
Adrian D’Souza joined Quantcast in 2014 as Vice President of Operations. He is responsible for scaling the company operationally along with global expansion. Prior to Quantcast, D’Souza was most recently Director of Global Brand Solutions at Google, where he was responsible for driving revenue for YouTube and Brand Display for Google’s small to medium business clients. In a previous role at Google, D’Souza was Director of Media Services and oversaw end-to-end Campaign Execution and Services on YouTube and the Google Display Network. As a Co-Chair of the Internet Advertising Bureau’s (IAB’s) Ad Operations Council from 2006 to 2012, D’Souza focused on making it easier for traditional advertisers to reach an online audience by streamlining the supply chain for digital media. D’Souza also worked at CNET Network (now CBS Interactive), where he was Vice President of Advertising Operations and responsible for evaluating, defining and implementing new ad opportunities and technologies across CNET Network properties. D’Souza has an MBA from Virginia Tech and an engineering degree from the University of Poona, India.
Dr. Trevor Hastie is Chairman and Professor, Department of Statistics at Stanford University. Hastie began his career in the statistics and data analysis research group at AT&T Bell Laboratories. After 9 years with Bell Labs, he returned to Stanford University in 1994 as Professor in Statistics and Biostatistics. Hastie’s main research contributions have been in the field of applied nonparametric regression and classification, and he has written two books in this area: “Generalized Additive Models” (with R. Tibshirani, Chapman and Hall, 1991), and “Elements of Statistical Learning” (with R. Tibshirani and J. Friedman, Springer 2001).
He has also made contributions in statistical computing, co-editing (with J. Chambers) a large software library on modeling tools in the S language (“Statistical Models in S”, Wadsworth, 1992), which form the basis for much of the statistical modeling in R and S-plus. His current research focuses on applied problems in biology and genomics, medicine and industry, in particular data mining, prediction and classification problems. Hastie holds a B.S. from Rhodes University, M.S. from University of Cape Town and a Ph.D. from Stanford University.
Dr. Jerome H. Friedman is a Professor at Stanford University in the Department of Statistics and recognized as one of the world’s leading researchers in statistics and data mining. He has been a Professor of Statistics at Stanford University for nearly 20 years and has published on a wide range of data-mining topics including nearest neighbor classification, logistical regressions, and high dimensional data analysis.
His primary research interest is in the area of machine learning. Friedman holds an A.B. and a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of California at Berkeley.
David Rosenblatt, Google Inc.’s former President of Global Display Advertising, has joined Quantcast’s advisory board. Prior to his role at Google, Mr. Rosenblatt spent 11 years at DoubleClick, where he rose through the management ranks to become chief executive after holding several executive positions within the company, including President. Upon building DoubleClick into one of the world’s leading ad management platforms, he helped engineer the $3.1 billion sale of the advertising technology company to Google in 2007 and was then tapped to shepherd Google’s entry into display advertising.
In his role there, he managed both the integration of DoubleClick into Google and the establishment of Google’s display strategy. Prior to joining DoubleClick, Mr. Rosenblatt spent several years as an investment banker at S.G. Warburg & Co, in Hong Kong, London and New York. Mr. Rosenblatt graduated Magna Cum Laude from Yale University and the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Dr. Michael Jordan is a leading researcher in machine learning and artificial intelligence. He currently works at the University of California, Berkeley, in the department of Statistics and EEC, after being a MIT Professor for ten years. Jordan has received many honors for his papers at the International Conference on Machine Learning (2004), the American Control Conference (1991) and accepted the ACM/AAAI Allen Newell Award, IEEE Neural Networks Pioneer Award and NSF Presidential Young Investigator Award. He was named a Fellow of the Association for Computer Machinery in 2010 for “contributions to the theory and application of machine learning.”
Jordan received his Masters in Mathematics from Arizona State and a Ph.D. in Cognitive Science from the University of California, San Diego.
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