Board of Directors
Hal Logan is the CEO of BuyBook Technologies and previously held executive positions in marketing, strategic planning, and industry relations for Manheim Inc., the world’s leading provider of automotive services to commercial sellers and auto dealers. Hal has also held a number of executive positions in the automotive and Internet industries. He has a BA from Harvard University and an MBA from Stanford University.
Greg McGivney is the General Manager and Vice President, Strategy and Business Development for the Chicago-based Cars.com, where he is responsible for the company’s strategic direction. Greg leads business development efforts, cultivates and maintains partnerships and alliances (like the one with RepairPal), and explores new revenue opportunities. Prior to Cars.com, Greg served as Chief Operating Officer of By-Products Interactive, a $50 million agriculture brokerage and publishing company. He has a BA from Marquette University and an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Andrew Seligson is a portfolio manager at Passport Capital, a San Francisco based, global investment firm. At Passport, Andrew co-manages the firm’s technology investments and has been investing in Internet companies since 2001. Prior to Passport, Andrew spent four years in the Strategic Planning Division at NEC Corporation in Tokyo. He has a BA from Colgate University and an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley.
Art Shaw serves as the CEO at RepairPal guiding its strategy and operations. Shaw was an early pioneer in transforming businesses by bringing them onto the Internet. After coming to the West Coast to go to Stanford Business School, Shaw spent several years at McKinsey and left to launch and run the Strategic Planning Group at Charles Schwab. Shaw changed roles at Schwab in 1995 to help launch www.schwab.com which defined financial services online and grew to a $1 billion business. Since that time, Shaw has amassed considerable experience running online businesses. He ran myCFO and sold it to Harris Bank after achieving the #1 rating from Bloomberg Wealth Manager for two consecutive years. Thereafter, Shaw was CEO of Connexus, an online advertising company that helped companies reach their target audiences through display, search and social. Art holds a BA, magna cum laude, in Mathematical Economics from Brown University where he was elected Phi Beta Kappa, and an MBA from Stanford University. He was also selected as a Henry R. Luce Scholar and spent a year in Thailand working on Public Policy.
Roy Williamson is Managing Director of Castrol innoVentures, the innovation and investment arm of BP's lubricants business, Castrol. He runs the corporate venture portfolio for Castrol and leads a portfolio of innovations through collaboration with other corporates, incubation of start-up ideas and M&A. Prior to founding innoVentures, Roy was Global Head of Marketing for the passenger car and motorcycle portfolio of Castrol, a business which has shown extraordinary growth over the past 4 years. He joined BP in 2002 as Marketing Director for Castrol’s European Region. A honours graduate in Business from Heriott-Watt University, Edinburgh, Roy completed his CMA finance qualification during his graduate traineeship at Unilever. During his subsequent 17 years at the firm he focussed on brand marketing and held key leadership positions in a diverse range of geographies in categories as diverse as haircare, laundry and tea. Amongst other positions he was Marketing Director and Business Development Director for Unilever International in the UK and Vice Chairman of Unilever Ghana.
Dave Whorton has served on the board of directors of RepairPal since 2009 and chairman since April 2011. In addition, Dave is the founder and managing partner of Tugboat Ventures. Prior to Tugboat, Dave was founding CEO of Good Technology (acquired by Motorola), co-founder of Drugstore.com (sold to Walgreens after public) and president of Optical Engineering, Inc, a manufacturer of industrial CO2 lasers. Dave also worked at Netscape, Hewlett Packard and Bain & Company. On the investment side, Dave was a managing director at TPG Ventures and associate partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Investments prior to RepairPal include Blue Nile (NILE), Cranium (sold to Hasbro), richrelevance and SuccessFactors (SFSF). Dave also worked closely with Amazon, Autotrader, E.piphany and Google in their early days. Dave is a founding non-profit board member of Charter Cities and Newschools Venture Fund.