Konrad Feldman, CEO, cofounded 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 cofounding Quantcast, Feldman cofounded 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 degree in computer science from University College, London.
Imad Tareen joined Quantcast in September 2010 as the Head of Financial Planning & Analysis group and became the Chief Financial officer of the company in May 2016. Imad has over 18 years of experience in Strategy, Planning & Corporate Finance in multi-national organizations such as Levi Strauss and Technology startups such as Quantcast and Telephia (now Nielsen Mobile). Imad also helped co-create the world’s first forward financial market in DRAM semiconductors. Imad received a Bachelor of Business degree in Accounting from University of Technology Sydney, MBA from Northeastern University and a Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard University Kennedy School of Government.
Named by Adweek as one of the “50 Most Indispensable Executives in Marketing, Media and Tech” as well as one of the top Chief Marketing Technology Officers, Steven leads Quantcast’s brand strategy, corporate marketing, product marketing, content marketing, consumer insights, design, media, communications and corporate social responsibility efforts.
Sandra McDevitt, Senior Vice President of People and Places, joins Quantcast after seven years at Google, where she held several roles of increasing responsibility and scope, starting as director of people operations for Google Ireland and most recently directing people operations and talent programs for the Global Business Organization, covering more than 16,000 employees. Prior to Google, she held a variety of senior human resources roles in Europe and the US, including director of human resources and EMEA online sales at Oracle.