David C. Jones
Dave Jones has held executive and board positions focused on sales, marketing, business development, negotiation, and finance at companies including IBM and Oracle. At Oracle he co-led the development of the enterprise business unit, establishing Oracle’s leadership position in the enterprise database and applications market. He also helped start three companies: iCat, a pioneer in the emerging ecommerce market, acquired by Intel; Qpass, a pioneer in the “content by the drink” market, acquired by AmDocs; and Onvia, a leader in providing small business products and services, which went public (ONVI). Dave co-founded Altus in 2003. He drives Altus business development, and helps Fortune 1000 companies and Private Equity Firms, as well as midcos and startups, build profitable and sustainable businesses. Dave thrives on fostering excellence within the sales, marketing, and business development organizations.
Dave holds a BA in Economics from Lafayette College, and has completed an executive MBA program at Harvard Business School as well as postgraduate financial seminars at Stanford. He has served as Co-Chair of the Advisory Council for National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), on the Scoutreach Board of Trustees for the Seattle Council of Boy Scouts of America, and as Chairman and co-owner of Mountain Madness a leading mountain travel and adventure company. He currently serves on the Board of NatureBridge Golden Gate in San Francisco.
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It’s all about the Mountains! Whether its climbing, skiing, hiking, rafting, kayaking or camping, I love it all. The more remote, the better.
My parents instilled my love of the outdoors, Scouting developed the basic skills, National Outdoor Leadership School and guiding refined those skills, and participating with friends and family in remote expeditions to Alaska, Russia, Nepal, Tibet, France, Switzerland, Scotland, Ecuador, Canada, and throughout the continental US took them to a higher level.
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