Greg White, CEO
CEO Greg White is passionate about Curo’s mission to connect the digital workforce and eliminate workplace communication chaos. In his 20-year career, Greg has guided companies dedicated to improving the operational performance for professionals both in the office and the field. Prior to Curo, Greg founded supply chain planning company Blue Ridge and served as President & CEO for the Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader, which helps companies balance inventory with customer demand.
Greg has also held leadership roles with Servigistics (now PTC), E3 Corporation (now JDA Software), and has led transformations at more than 100 companies, including Amazon, Ace Hardware, REI, Henry Schein, Williams Sonoma, LVMH, Arc'teryx & Stokke.
Ken Gavranovic, Executive Advisory Board
Ken Gavranovic joined the Curo Executive Advisory Board in 2018. He has been an influential entrepreneur in the Atlanta technology community for more than 20 years and currently serves as the Field Chief Technology Officer at New Relic. Previously, Ken served as Vice President of Technology at Cox Automotive and co-founded cloud migration company Invirtus (now owned by Dell) before selling to Quest Software, and also founded Interland (now known as WEB.COM) before taking the company public in 2000.
Ken Hayes, Executive Advisory Board
Ken Hayes joined the Curo Executive Advisory Board in 2018 and is currently the Chief Operating Officer at Cherokee Funding. An entrepreneur by nature, Ken is passionate about working with great people to build great companies. Previously, Ken was the Chief Revenue Officer at Appia, an INC 500 company that was acquired by Digital Turbine (NASDAQ:APPS) in March 2015. Before Appia, Ken was Venture Partner at Acta Wireless where he advised early and growth stage technology companies. Prior to Acta, Ken was EVP at Thumbplay, which was acquired by ClearChannel (OTC: IHRT) and now powers the iHeartRadio app. In his career, he also served in leadership positions at Motricity before its IPO as well as GadgetSpace before it’s acquisition by InPhonic (NASDAQ:INPC) and Nextel prior to its acquisition by Sprint (NYSE:S).