Erick Hachenburg is Metacafe's CEO. Prior to joining Metacafe, Erick was Electronic Artâ€™s senior vice president of global online publishing and managing director of EA China. In this role, he developed and led key strategic initiatives, including the companyâ€™s entry into the digital distribution of retail games. Erick joined EA following the companyâ€™s 2001 acquisition of Pogo.com, the industry leader in the casual games market that he founded and built to nearly 1.5 million subscribers.
Erick began his career as an intellectual property attorney at Fenwick & West. He holds a JD from Harvard Law School and a BS in Electrical Engineering from University of Illinois.
Feb, 2014 - Current (over 2 years)
BS, Electrical Engineering1987
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