Endgame announces first four members of its new advisory board
Endgame, Inc., a venture-backed provider of security intelligence and analytics solutions, announced on Feb. 20 the formation of its advisory board, whose members will lend their vision, range of experience and extensive expertise in the commercial and federal technology space to Endgame’s leadership.
“We are honored to have the opportunity to partner with such a distinguished group of individuals,” said Endgame CEO Nate Fick. “Each of our advisors brings unique expertise and a distinct perspective to Endgame, and I look forward to working with them as we continue to deepen our federal partnerships and expand into the enterprise market.”
Endgame’s advisory board members include:
Peter Bloom is an advisory director for General Atlantic LLC. He served as a managing director of GA for 15 years before retiring in 2010. Bloom led global technology due diligence on prospective investments, provided technology and risk management assistance to CEOs and senior management teams of portfolio companies, and provided guidance on emerging technology trends for GA, its stakeholders, and several private and public entities.
Shelley Leibowitz served as the first group-wide chief information officer at the World Bank. In this role, she was responsible for the technology services and capabilities that underlie the work of delivering quality knowledge and financing products to the Bank Group’s clients across the globe. Previously, Leibowitz held chief information officer roles at Investment Risk Management/Duff Capital Advisors, Morgan Stanley, Greenwich Capital Markets, and Barclays Capital.
Arthur Money served as the assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence from 1999 to 2001. Since leaving the Pentagon, Money has become a member of various USG advisory boards, panels, and commissions; a member of the board of directors of several U.S. public and private companies; and a member of several advisory boards.
Alan Wade retired from federal service at the end of 2005 after a 35-year career in the Central Intelligence Agency. He held a series of senior positions at the CIA, including chief information officer, director of communications, and director of security. In his assignment as CIO, he was dual-hatted as the chief information officer for the U.S. Intelligence Community. He is a recipient of the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, the Director’s Medal, and the Distinguished Intelligence Medal.