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Ron Hirson

Ron Hirson is an entrepreneurial executive with over a decade of business and product management experience and is currently VP of Product at Docusign. He was most recently EIR at Khosla Ventures and Mayfield Fund, and prior to being an EIR was co-founder, President at BOKU.

At Boku, a mobile payments company, he was responsible for designing, developing and launching their product/services, and led their efforts in marketing, business development and corporate development. Boku is now in 60+ countries and live on 250+ carriers.

Prior to Boku, Ron served as VP of Product Management at AT&T Interactive where he was responsible for the company’s new and existing advertising products. Before the acquisition of Ingenio by AT&T, he served as VP of Product Management and led the product management team for Ingenio. Ron began his career as a management consultant with Price Waterhouse where he focused on ERP software design and implementation.

He is a board member of UCSF Ophthalmology Department’s fundraising arm (That Man May See), as well as an advisor to startups SigFig, PasswordBox, and Kor180.

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