David Friedberg currently serves as the CEO of The Climate Corporation. He founded the company (called WeatherBill until 2011) in 2006, prior to which he was with Google, where he joined as one of the founding members of the company's Corporate Development team.
David managed a number of strategic projects for Google, including identifying and leading several of Google's largest acquisitions. David also served as a Business Product Manager for AdWords - Google's primary revenue source. Prior to Google, David spent several years working in private equity and investment banking.
He has invested in and advised dozens of companies in the technology industry.
Earlier, David worked at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where he led several projects as a mathematical programmer. David received his BA in Astrophysics from UC Berkeley.
Chairman & Co-Founder
May, 2011 - Current (over 5 years)
Co-Founder & CEO
Sep 1, 2006 - Current (about 10 years)
Board & Advisor Roles (1)Update
2003 - 2004
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