Aaron Levie

Aaron Levie
CEO and co-founder, Box.net


Aaron Levie is the CEO and co-founder of Box.net, a leading provider of tools for managing and sharing data online. Founded as a college business project with a vision giving people instant access to their information, anywhere, Box.net was launched from Aaron’s dorm room in 2005 with the help of CFO, Dylan Smith. Aaron is originally from Mercer Island, WA, and studied entrepreneurship for two and a half years at the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. At Box, Aaron is currently responsible for product and platform strategy and design. In 2006, after raising an “A” round of venture capital from Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Aaron moved the company to Palo Alto.


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Christine Herron (Intel Capital)
Aaron Levie (Box.net), Natalie Mccullough (ServiceSource), David Sacks (Yammer, Inc.)
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