We are a team that takes pride in setting difficult goals and making difficult decisions together. We know that things never materialize exactly as planned, but we are flexible and can roll with it and usually we succeed. We can do this because we are honest with ourselves, our customers and our investors – we believe understanding brings people closer together.
Thought leader with over 8 years of travel industry experience, and prior big tech roles at SFDC, SAS, and Google.
Agency Operations Thought leader, with over 30 years of experience working with corporate travel management companies.
Development and technology leader with experience leading complicated scale-up platforms.
More than 10 years' experience in analytics and client support for a large B2C travel company.
Stephen is the Chairman of the Board for Amgine. He joined ARS Investment Partners, LLC in June of 2007. Previously, he was the CEO of Deutsche Asset Management’s Institutional Business in the Americas. Stephen joined Deutsche after a 21-year career at the Mellon Financial Corporation where he served as Vice Chairman of Standish Mellon Asset Management and was responsible for institutional sales, marketing and client services.
Edna is an independent Board member. An experienced travel industry executive, Edna most recently was General Counsel and SVP Human Resources at Farelogix, Inc., a cutting-edge technology provider to airlines around the world. Edna joined Farelogix after 20+ years in the GDS industry, serving in multiple roles including President of Amadeus Americas, Inc and General Counsel of Amadeus North America, Inc.
Jim is Amgine's independent board member. Jim is an author and speaker who creatively communicates the glaring need for and the remarkable benefits of governance excellence in business, in non profits, in charities, and in government. He has worked with leaders in petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, food, health care, technology, manufacturing, mining, and government.
Vincent Win is a private equity investor and entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley. He is also a senior advisor at the University of Toronto: a leader in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Quantum Computing. Previously, Vincent held senior executive positions at ATI Technologies, a global leader in GPU visual computing solutions, where he built and managed more than $1.2 billion revenue.
Terry worked at American Airlines for 24 years, including leadership roles in marketing and information technology before becoming CTO of SABRE. He became the founding CEO of Travelocity, took it public and led it to $3B in annual sales. Terry moved on and became the founding chairman of Kayak.com until it was sold for $1.8B in 2013. Today Terry is a published author of business innovation and technology books and recognized international speaker on these topics.