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Mark Leslie (Lecturer)

Mark Leslie mleslie1
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Personal bio
Mark Leslie is a Lecturer in Management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he teaches courses in Entrepreneurship, Sales Organization, and Ethics. He is also the managing director of Leslie Ventures, a private investment company. Mark Leslie was the founding Chairman and CEO of Veritas Software. During his tenure as Chairman and CEO, the company went from 12 employees to 6,000 employees deployed globally, and from a revenue base of $95,000 per year to $1,500,000,000 per year. In 2000, Veritas was the 10th largest independent software company by revenue, third largest by market capitalization, and achieved the distinction of becoming a Fortune 1000 company. From 1980 until 1990 he served as president and chief executive officer of two Silicon Valley high-tech start-up companies. His prior experience included sales management, sales executive, systems engineer, and operating systems software engineer. Mark currently serves on the board of a number of privately held high-technology corporations, including Big Switch, Liquid Robotics, Nutanix, Pure Storage, Seamicro Systems, Skybox Imaging, SugarCRM, and Xsigo Corporation. In addition he serves on the boards of nonprofit organizations NYU Board of Overseers, NYU Science Advisory Board and Leslie Family Foundation. Mark received a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics and mathematics from New York University in 1966 and completed Harvard Business School's Program for Management Development (PMD) in 1980.

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