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Director, Mobile Platform at Twitter
Stanford University

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Jeff Seibert is an experienced serial-entrepreneur with a passion for deeply technical Internet software. His latest company, Crashlytics, was acquired by Twitter in January of 2013, where he is now a Director of Engineering.

Previously, Seibert was the CEO of Crashlytics, which he co-founded in 2011 with Wayne Chang. Crashlytics delivered crash analysis tools for iOS and Android apps via an SDK that reached 300 Million mobile devices worldwide.

In 2007, Seibert co-founded Increo and served as its COO and lead architect until its acquisition by Box in August of 2009. He subsequently oversaw the integration of Increo’s document preview and annotation technologies into the company's cloud-based content platform.

Seibert gained experience at Apple in both marketing and engineering capacities and led Stanford University's Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders seminar series as Co-Coordinator. He was selected as a Mayfield Fellow in 2007 and received a B.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University in 2008.

Seibert discovered his passion for entrepreneurship and programming at a young age, founding Arios Software during high school in Baltimore, MD and dedicating countless hours to developing Mac desktop software long before it was a cool platform. Outside of work, Seibert enjoys surfing, snowboarding, hiking, and tennis.

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