Marc Randolph founded Netflix in 1997, serving as the online movie service's founding CEO, as the executive producer of it's web site, and as a member of it's board of directors until 2004.
Since leaving Netflix he has been an active investor, executive mentor and consultant for numerous early stage tech companies.
Prior to founding Netflix, Marc was a co-founder of numerous other tech start-ups, including IntegrityQA, Visioneer, Microwarehouse, and MacUser Magazine.
He currently sits on the boards of Rafter, ReadyForce, Getable, Looker and the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS); as well as on numerous advisory boards.
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