Meet the Team
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Sanjay brings more than 25 years of experience in all aspects of software development. He has a proven record of bringing products to market in both small and large organizations. At Rev2, he is responsible for all operations of the engineering organization, including day-to-day management of the development and test teams. He manages all product release content and delivery planning. Prior to Rev2, Sanjay was was Project/Development Manager for NetOps, which was acquired by Micromuse. Micromuse, in turn, was acquired by the IBM Software Group. At IBM, Sanjay was program manager for the network management portfolio of IBM Tivoli. Sanjay earned his bachelor’s in electrical and electronics engineering from the National Institute of Technology in Tiruchirapalli, India.
Scott’s career spans 20 years of technical leadership. He supported the NSFNet — first from the Network Management Center at Cornell and later from IBM’s High Performance Computing and Communications division. That led to a role with the IBM Global Network, where he was responsible for the deployment and management of name servers. When Delphi Internet was acquired by News Corp., Scott was part of the infrastructure engineering team. He also worked for the network management team at NYSERNet, the New York State Research and Education Network, and led an engineering team that spun off a network service provider called Applied Theory. Scott earned his bachelor’s degree at Nathaniel Hawthorn College.
Harry has been developing software since 1974. He has served as a high school mathematics teacher and tutor, and MIS executive, and a consultant. Over the course of his career, Harry has worked as an engineer, programmer and systems analysts at a variety of organizations including Burroughs, the SNMP Workshop, General Electric Space Systems, Valley Forge Software Systems and Software Development Services. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Lycoming College in Williamsport, Pa., and has completed extensive graduate work at Penn State in Computer Science and Engineering Science.
Tom has been developing software since 1967. He has a history of varied experience in software consulting, development, enterprise telecommunications management, Internet networking and SNMP, with an extensive background in education and training. Leading organizations with which he has worked include Burroughs, Unisys, NYNEX Allink, MAF BioNutritionals, NetOps, Avon Products, the LPGA, UPS, Barnes & Noble, Lucent, and Avidia. Tom has also served as a college teacher, MIS executive, consultant and author, with many articles published on SNMP. He holds a bachelor’s of science degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a masters of engineering from Penn State.
Evan’s tech sector experience dates back to his years in journalism when he was news editor of LAN Computing magazine (1990-94) and editor-in-chief of Internetwork magazine (1994-97). He began his career in marketing in 1997 when he joined Micromuse, a start-up that experienced skyrocketing growth in the network management software space (Nasdaq: MUSE, acq. IBM). In 1999, he was named VP, Corporate Communications. In 2002, he launched Evan Birkhead Ink, which guides the sales/marketing strategies of tech start-ups. These projects have culminated in acquisitions by EMC, Network General, NetScout and Philips. Evan earned his Bachelors from Tufts and his Masters in Public Communications from Syracuse.
Elaine has been Rev2’s Manager of Administration since November 2010. Prior to Rev2, she had a 20-year career in financial services. She was Director, Institutional Business Operations for Natixis Bank, the U.S. subsidiary of Groupe Banque Populaire – France for 12 years. Elaine was responsible for Institutional Client Relationship management and Institutional Sales and Trading Desk operations. Before joining Natixis, she was Operations Manager, New Media Division, Reuters America for eight years. At Reuters, Elaine was responsible for day-to-day operations and client training on new product offerings to financials services customers. Elaine earned her Bachelors in Economics from Pace University and her MBA from the State University of New York.