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Ted Hawksford

With 25 years of diverse professional experiences, Ted has accrued expertise in leading business transformations and developing teams to achieve large scale-growth. Before joining LiquidPlanner in February 2019, Ted was vice president of human resources at Restaurants Unlimited....

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Charles Seybold

Charles cofounded LiquidPlanner with a vision to transform online project management through innovation and improved design. For more than 10 years, he was a front-line software engineer at various startups before he moved into program management at Microsoft and, later, into portfolio and executive management at

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Torrey Wogen

As VP of the high-performance sales teams at LiquidPlanner, Torrey leads the various sales departments in strategic development. For nearly 15 years, he worked in various client-facing roles. He is a faithful fan of the Hawkeyes and enjoys spending time with his family and listening to music....

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Jennifer Ash Morrisey

Jen is passionate about helping customers realize the full value of LiquidPlanner and is hyper-focused on providing a world-class customer experience. She has been a key member of the LiquidPlanner team since joining in 2009. She enjoys adventuring around the world and loves running, practicing yoga, and spending time with her family....

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Shanna Mikaelian

Shanna creates and implements all of LiquidPlanner’s sales and marketing campaigns, working with all cross-functional teams while simultaneously serving as a guide for growth and strategic direction. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends....

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Taja Hanley

Taja ensures our LiquidPlanner programs and policies provide employees with everything they need, from medical insurance to office massages. She has nearly a decade of HR experience. Outside of the office, Taja can be found spending time with family or skiing....

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Sheri Eames

Sheri is responsible for leading LiquidPlanner’s finance team and continuing to build a strong financial foundation for the company. She has more than 20 years’ experience in finance and has worked for Becker&Mayer!, Simply Blue Apparel, and Mortenson Construction. Sheri enjoys spending her time outside the office geocaching and antiquing with her husband....

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Allison Wilbur

Allison leads a variety of teams within the Customer Success department at LiquidPlanner, and she is completely customer obsessed. She’s passionate about the customer journey and ensuring customers are attaining their desired outcomes with LiquidPlanner. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling the world, being active, and spending time with friends and family....

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Steven Hamerslag

Steven is a cofounder of TVC Capital with more than 34 years’ experience starting, growing, and leading high-tech enterprises. His knowledge of enterprise technology solutions is further leveraged by his extensive sales, marketing, and general management experience, having started and acted as CEO of two publicly held companies....

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Jason Carlson

Jason cofounded LiquidPlanner with Charles Seybold in March 2006. Jason began his software career at Microsoft working as a test lead, where he focused on performance and scalability of the MSN Expedia product. He then spent eight years at, first as a software test manager and later as director of quality management....

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Geoff Entress

Geoff is an experienced entrepreneur and investor as well as a current venture partner with Voyager Capital in Seattle. Previously, he was a venture partner with Madrona Venture Group, a Seattle venture capital firm, and a securities lawyer with Seattle law firm Perkins Coie....

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Steve McConnell

Steve is the CEO and chief software engineer at Construx, where he writes books and articles, teaches classes, and oversees Construx’s software development practices. Steve is the author of Software Estimation: Demystifying the Black Art(2006), Professional Software Development (2004), Code Complete (1993, 2004), Software Project Survival Guide (1998), and Rapid Development (1996). His first two books won Software Development magazine’s Jolt Excellence award for best...

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