Board Member & Nominating & Governance Committee Chair

Justin Jaschke

Justin L. Jaschke founded Verio Inc. in 1996 and served as its CEO and a Director until 2004.  Verio, a leading global Internet services and web hosting provider, was acquired by NTT Communications in September 2000 in a $6 billion cash transaction. Prior to forming Verio, Mr. Jaschke served as COO for Nextel Communications following its merger with OneComm Corporation in 1995.  Mr. Jaschke served as OneComm’s President and a member of its Board of Directors from 1993 until the merger with Nextel.  From 2008 to 2013 Mr. Jaschke served as Chairman of the Board of Directors, and is currently a Director, of Drivecam, Inc., the leading provider of driver risk management services for trucking fleets.  Drivecam uses its proprietary video event based managed system to reduce claims costs and save lives by improving the way people drive.  Mr. Jaschke also serves on the Board of Directors of Extenet Systems, Inc.  Extenet designs, builds and operates wireless network infrastructure, primarily Distributed Antenna Systems, for wireless network system providers. From 1996 until its sale to AT&T in 2007, Mr. Jaschke served on the board of Dobson Communications, a rural cellular and local exchange provider.  Mr. Jaschke has also served on the Board of PhoneFactor, acquired by Microsoft in 2011, and Genea Energy, a building energy optimization services provider.  Mr. Jaschke is a Trustee Emeritus of his Alma matter, the University of Puget Sound where he served on the Board of Trustees from 2001 to 2010.  Mr. Jaschke previously served as President and CEO of Bay Area Cellular Telephone Company, Vice President of Corporate Development of PacTel Cellular, Director of Mergers and Acquisitions for PacTel Corporation and a management consultant with Marakon Associates.  Mr. Jaschke received a Bachelor of Science degree summa cum laude in mathematics from the University of Puget Sound and a Master of Science degree in management from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.