Meet our Board — the group entrusted with guiding Dyn’s long-term initiatives.
Jeremy Hitchcock – Chief Executive Officer/Chairman
As Chief Executive Officer, Jeremy brings his garage-tech enthusiasm and Worcester Polytechnic Institute degree to set and communicate the strategic direction of the company, hire and retain the best talent and make sure there is money in the bank. Jeremy is a co-founder in the business.
In over 10 years at Dyn, Jeremy has done it all from shipping to customer service to talking tech with some of the biggest brands on the Internet. Under his leadership, Dyn has become the fastest-growing DNS provider in the world, helping nurture a free open-source project into a vibrant technology company that currently boasts more than four million customers and growing.
Jeremy lives in Manchester, NH, with wife Liz, son, Matthew and daughter, Catherine.
Michael Boustridge joined the Dyn board in April 2013. He is the former President of BT Global Services, a company that delivers a combination of communications and IT services to customers organizations and governments worldwide. He joined them in April 2007, assuming responsibility for all aspects of their operations and performance in the United States and Canada and Financial Services and finally running all of the Global MNC (MultiNational Customer) business.
Prior to BT, he was the Chief Sales and Chief Marketing Officer at EDS, an information technology equipment and services company founded by Ross Perot, where he led the company’s $22 billion global revenue sales engine. In addition, Boustridge is member of the Board of Trustees for XPRIZE Foundation, an educational nonprofit organization with the mission to bring about radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity, as well as other high tech companies.
He also sits on the board of Riverbed Technology, Inc., Ciber, Contact Solutions LLC, Presidio and Cyan.
Starting out as a writer/publisher for his Silicon Alley Reporter, Jason co-founded Weblogs in 2003 (a network of blogs like Engadget, Joystiq, Autoblog and Blogging Baby) and sold the company to AOL in the fall of October 2005 for nearly $30 million. He joined AOL as a Senior Vice President and helped relaunch Netscape, AOL’s browser. In 2007, Jason founded Mahalo.com, a user powered website where “you can learn anything” of which he is the CEO.
Jason has been active in both the startup and angel investing world for years, founding the Open Angel Forum, co-founding the popular ThisWeekIn.com and helped create the LAUNCH conference in 2011.
A popular thought leader in the Internet space, Jason hosts This Week In Startups and is an avid poker player, having competed in the World Series of Poker several times.
Ric joined North Bridge in 2010 as a General Partner following a fifteen year career as an entrepreneur. Before becoming a venture capitalist, he co-founded six technology companies in areas including infrastructure software, digital media, CAD, semiconductors, wireless communications and energy storage.
Most recently, he co-founded A123 Systems (NASDAQ:AONE) in 2001, a North Bridge investment, to commercialize technology developed at the Material Sciences and Engineering Department of MIT. At his departure, the company had a market capitalization of $1.5B, 1800 employees with production facilities around the world and more than $100 million in revenue.
Over the course of his business career, Ric has raised more than $350 million in venture capital and $600 million in non-dilutive government grants and financing.
An avid pilot, Ric lives with his wife and two daughters on a blueberry farm in Lexington, MA.
Prior to North Bridge, he invested in technology and communications companies at M/C Venture Partners, a Boston-based private equity firm.
As a Partner at M/C Venture Partners, a $1.5 billion communications and technology focused private equity firm, he invested growth equity in the software, managed services and communications industries. Before M/C, he worked at private equity firm, TA Associates as an Associate in the technology group and at Alex. Brown & Sons as an investment banking analyst.
Russ has a MBA from Harvard Business School and an AB from Princeton University. He enjoys playing golf, coaching his kids’ sports teams and reading American history.
Scott has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Demandware since December 2008, previously the Chief Financial Officer of Archivas, Inc., a developer and distributor of online storage management solutions. Prior to joining Archivas, Scott was Chief Financial Officer of Astra Tech and Chief Financial Officer of StorageNetworks.
He began his career with Ernst & Young LLP where he practiced in the firm’s Entrepreneurial Services group and attained his CPA. He holds a B.S. in Business Administration/Accounting from Stonehill College.
Scott can be found biking and hiking and is an avid fan of both the New England Patriots and Manchester United. He lives in Sutton, MA, with wife, Lisa, daughter, Ava and son, Dillon.