The iContracts company board consists of a highly experienced team of executives with over 200 years of combined experience in the life sciences, healthcare, higher education, consumer products, and other contract intensive industries. Key board members are also early investors and/or founders in the company, further deepening their commitment!
Leigh Powell is the Chief Executive Officer of iContracts. Previously, Mr. Powell was CEO of PCHelps LLC (now Vitalyst), the leading provider of packaged PC application software and mobile device support to the Fortune 500, leading a period of high growth driven by the introduction of new high value products and services. Mr. Powell is a past recipient of the MESDA CEO of the year award, while also being selected as a “High Tech All-Star” by Massachusetts High Technology magazine. Prior to PC Helps, Mr. Powell spent 8 years as the CEO of I-many, Inc., which he led through a successful IPO in 2001 and grew to nearly $60 million in sales in less than 4 years. He started his career with Accenture where he spent 10 years architecting and launching enterprise software offerings predominantly for the process and energy industries.
Todd Venetianer serves as the Chief Operating Officer at iContracts. Previously, Mr. Venetianer was an executive with Edge Dynamics, a leader in providing channel management solutions to the Life Science market. His responsibilities included oversight of the company’s services, support, and On-Demand software offering. Prior to Edge, Mr. Venetianer was an executive at I-many where he led their contract management implementation and services group. His past experience also includes senior management positions with services firms Deloitte Consulting, Sapient and Accenture.
Ben Weinberg is a Director with Susquehanna Growth Equity. He focuses on enterprise software, marketplaces and technology-enabled businesses. Ben currently sits on the boards of Field Nation, GlobalTranz and iContracts.
Before joining SGE, Ben was a Principal at Element Partners, a growth equity investment firm where he led investments across a range of technology-enabled industries and served on the boards of Detechtion Technologies, Amp Electrical Distribution and Soleras Advanced Coatings. He started his career at Citigroup/Salomon Smith Barney, where he was an investment banker on the Global TMT and Latin America M&A teams.
Ben graduated with an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.A. in Economics from Yale University.
Scott Feldman is a Managing Director with Susquehanna Growth Equity and has been with the group since its inception. He focuses on financial services, healthcare IT, and human resources technology. Scott currently serves on the boards of Credit Karma, Fundera, HMP Communications, iCIMS, iContracts, and MMIT. He previously served on the board of Clearleap (acquired by IBM) and JK Group.
Before joining SGE, Scott was an investment banker with Broadmark Capital, a boutique investment banking firm serving telecom, technology, and internet companies. He started his career at Gabelli & Company, working directly for the founder, Mario Gabelli, widely considered one of the greatest value investors of all time.
Scott graduated with a B.S in Finance from the Wallace E. Carroll School of Management at Boston College with concentrations in Economics and Computer Science.
Terry Nicholson, (1954 – 2011) – Board Member, Emeritus
Terry Nicholson was a pioneer in the field of contract management, helping establish the concept as a fundamental business process in the Pharmaceutical industry and beyond. Terry was an invaluable contributor to the rise of iContracts as an investor, board member, confidant, and friend of the company. Terry also served as VP of Software Operations at MiTek, Inc., Chief Operating Officer of I-many, Inc., Chief Operating Officer of Contract Management Solutions for Selectica, Inc., Vice President of Business Development for PC Helps, LLC and as an executive with Accenture. Mr. Nicholson’s experience also includes sales and product development positions at several companies including Mallinckrodt, AT&T and GE.