Carnet is co-founder and CEO of Sprout, a rich interactive content authoring platform for building and publishing Flash widgets, social ads, or any Flash files without programming. Prior to Sprout, Carnet built and sold several Facebook applications, founded ChipIn a widget fundraising service, was a professional snowboarder, and ran International Trade Policy for The Nature Conservancy. Carnet has over a decade of experience in the high-tech and internet industries and was the Director of Business Development at TurboLinx, a Linux OS and enterprise solutions startup, and co-founded NetCorps, a nonprofit technology assistance organization in Oregon. Carnet graduated from the University of Berkeley and has a law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law.
Mr. Williams was associate dean of Information Systems and Chief Information Officer at the Stanford Law School. He was also the director of Invasive Species and World Trade at The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii and academic technology strategic plan consultant for Punahou School. His entrepreneurial activities include serving as Director of Business Development at TurboLinx, a Linux OS and enterprise solutions startup in California and co-founder of NetCorps, a nonprofit technology assistance organization in Oregon.
Mr. Williams is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and holds a law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law. He is a much sought after speaker and consultant by technology, nonprofit, and environmental organizations.
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