- Hear the stories behind the success.
- Learn how others have recognized opportunities and leveraged them.
- Get career insights that can help you with your decision-making.
Who should watch?
- Aspiring finance leaders.
- Finance professionals.
About the speakers.
CFO at ServiceNow
Gina is CFO at ServiceNow, a cloud-based SaaS company that offers technical management support products. During her tenure at ServiceNow, she has led a global team and assisted with several acquisitions. Prior to ServiceNow, she was CFO at Ingram Micro, a distributor of IT services and products, for six years, and served as SVP, Chief Accounting Officer, Controller, and International CFO during her time at leading cosmetics company Revlon.
Gina began her career in management at Ernst & Young after completing a degree in accounting and business administration at the University of Albany, SUNY.
Gina currently serves on the boards of Gong and Roblox.
Operating Partner at Bessemer Venture Partners
Jeff Epstein is an Operating Partner in the Silicon Valley office, where he leads Bessemer’s CFO Advisory Board and helps portfolio company CEOs and CFOs share best practices. He is the former Executive Vice President and CFO at Oracle, one of the world’s largest and most profitable technology companies, with a market value of over $150B. Prior to joining Oracle, Jeff served as CFO at several public and private companies, including DoubleClick (sold to Google), King World Productions (sold to CBS), and Nielsen’s Media Measurement and Information Group. Earlier in his career, he was an investment banker at The First Boston Corporation. He specializes in B2B software, marketplaces, and AI software. Jeff is Co-CEO at Apex Technology, a SPAC which has announced a merger with AvePoint. Each winter, Jeff co-teaches the Lean Launchpad class at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Engineering. He serves on the boards of directors at Kaiser Permanente, Twilio, Poshmark, Shutterstock, and several private companies. Jeff served on the board of directors at Booking Holdings/Priceline for 16 years as its market value grew from $1B to $80B. He holds an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar, and a BA from Yale College, where he graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa.