|Birthplace||Baton Rouge, LA|
|Duke University, BA||1998|
|Public Policy Studies, Economics|
|Harvard Business School, MBA||2003|
Ethan is Co-founder and formerly CEO of Redbeacon, the 2009 TechCrunch50 and Business Insider Startup 2010 grand prize winner that was acquired by The Home Depot. Prior to Redbeacon, he was a Product Manager at Google where he was responsible for launching and managing the Google Video product outside the United States prior to the YouTube acquisition. He also was Googleâ€™s first Product Manager for the fast growing Southeast Asian emerging markets, and a Product Manager on Google Image Search, the top image search product in the world. Before joining Google, Ethan worked in a number of internet strategy and marketing roles at The Clorox Company, Buy.com, and McKinsey & Company. Ethan graduated with Honors from Harvard Business School and Magna Cum Laude from Duke University, where he earned a BA in Economics and Public Policy Studies. He was recently named to Business Insider’s Silicon Valley 100 and 16 Up-and-Coming Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs You Need to Meet.
|Apartment List||2/2014||Venture Round||$6M||11|
Interview with Ethan Anderson about Redbeacon, March 2010Added: 10/8/13
This Week in Venture CapitalAdded: 10/8/13