Seth A. Ravin
In September 2005, Mr. Ravin launched Rimini Street, Inc. with a mission to redefine enterprise software support using innovative, next-generation support services delivered at more than a 50 percent savings in fees compared to a software vendor’s annual support program. Rimini Street currently offers support services for Oracle, SAP, IBM, Microsoft and other enterprise software.
Prior to his success launching independent maintenance and support programs, Mr. Ravin was an executive with PeopleSoft, Inc., where he served most recently as vice president of the customer sales division. Earlier in his PeopleSoft career, Mr. Ravin held several senior roles of increasing global responsibility, including corporate director of customer services and programs and corporate manager of upgrades and installations. Mr. Ravin’s PeopleSoft responsibilities included worldwide release support policy; release retirement programs; account management; Y2K software update and readiness program management for thousands of licensees; and development and delivery of special support programs for customers with unique needs. To meet the needs of customers who wanted to run a mature software release for many additional years beyond the official supported life span of a release without mandatory upgrades, Mr. Ravin successfully designed and launched the enterprise software industry’s first specialized extended support programs for Fortune 500, public sector and midmarket organizations.
Mr. Ravin also served as vice president of customer sales for Saba Software, Inc., worked in Russia on defense conversion programs, and worked in Washington, D.C. assisting the Clinton Administration with Congressional passage of the GATT global trade agreement in 1994.
Mr. Ravin holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.
Margaret (Peggy) Taylor
Ms. Taylor also has and continues to serve on the board of directors of numerous publicly traded corporations, including Q2, a leading provider of digital transformation solutions for banking and lending and FICO, formerly Fair Isaac Corporation, a decision analytics company.
Ms. Taylor holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Psychology from Lone Mountain College of California, and has also completed the Corporate Governance Program at Stanford Business School and the Compensation Committees Program at Harvard Business School.
- Chairman of Compensation Committee
- Member of Audit Committee
Jack L. Acosta
- Chairman of Audit Committee
- Chairman of Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee
- Member of Compensation Committee
Prior to joining BlackBerry Limited in October 2016, Mr. Capelli served as a private investor/advisor and in various management positions at Sybase, Inc. (acquired by SAP), from December 1997 to April 2011, most recently as President, Worldwide Field Operations, from August 2006 to April 2011. From August 1992 to December 1997, Mr. Capelli served in various management positions at Siemens-Pyramid, a subsidiary of Siemens Nixdorf, a computer and electronics company, including as Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Inter-Continental Sales, and Director of Field Operations. From January 2005 to November 2005, Mr. Capelli served on the board of directors of Apropos Technology, Inc., a publicly traded business communication software firm.
In addition, Mr. Capelli serves as a member of the Board of directors of various private companies and in October 2020 was appointed the Chairman of the Board of Advisors of MLOGICA, LLC, a technology and product consulting company.
Mr. Capelli holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from The College of New Jersey and a Masters of Business Administration from Rutgers University.
- Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee
|Audit Committee||Compensation Committee||Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee|
|Seth A. Ravin|
|Margaret (Peggy) Taylor||Audit Committee||Compensation Committee|
|Jack L. Acosta||Audit Committee|
|Thomas Ashburn||Compensation Committee||Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee|
|Steve Capelli||Audit Committee||Compensation Committee|
|Robin Murray||Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee|