Marteleron Advisory Board
Perry Teevens has worked in the telecommunications industry for over 20 years. He was recently Head of Business Development and Partnerships for Skype's Enterprise Business Unit (acquired by Microsoft). Previously, he was a Sr. Director at Aricent where he was responsible for building software distribution channels and managing global OEM and ISV partnerships. Perry's held Sr. management positions in telecom, internet and software companies including MCI, Intel/Dialogic, VideoServer and Radvision. Perry has also worked with startups including Coriolis and U4EA technologies and is an advisor to early stage startups specifically in the area of SaaS and web related services.
Adam Sewall is the President and Chief Executive Officer of T3 Communications, Inc. Previously, he managed sales, business development, investor relations and global operations for Fastmobile which was sold to RIM in early 2008. Adam was also a venture partner at Comventures (now Velocity Ventures) a multi-billion dollar venture capital fund. He has served as a board advisor and interim CEO for several telecomm companies such as Dynamicsoft (sold to Cisco), Spectrum Wireless, as well as Chairman of Vantage Broadband, and as an executive with Verizon.
Ken Shulman is the chief technology officer and chief information officer of Broadview Networks, where he is responsible for creating and executing strategies to strengthen the technology base for Broadcom's network, service and market expansion initiatives. Previously, Ken held officer and C-level positions at AT&T, TCG (acquired by AT&T) MCI, and Bell Laboratories. Ken holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and the University of Rochester (respectively), as well as an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of Business.
Scott Wharton is the founder and chief executive of Vidtel, a service
provider offering video calling to consumers and small businesses. Prior to
Vidtel, Scott was the vice president of marketing at BroadSoft. In 2003 he
was honored with the Frost & Sullivan IP Telephony Executive of the Year
Award; Additionally, Scott was recognized as a Top 100 Voice in the IP
Communications Industry in 2006 by Internet Telephony magazine. Scott has
an MBA from Yale University.