Never shying away from controversy, Selina is no stranger to doing new things that others can't or won't. This industry icon has become well-known for identifying new markets, then building products based on new technologies to exploit those markets. Before starting Ruckus Wireless, Selina built a number of successful computer networking startups. As VP of Marketing and Product Development at Alteon WebSystems, she defined a completely new market for load-balancing Web switches. After taking the company public, she sold it to Nortel for $7.8 billion. Yes, billion. Her name has become synonymous with innovation in the world of computer networking. Before Alteon, she co-founded Centillion Networks, which developed the first token ring Ethernet switch. She then sold the company to Bay Networks. Born in Hong Kong, Selina received her B.A. in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley. She has lots of shoes and fluffy jackets.