The Rebel AI team has decades of experience in digital advertising,
publishing, and software development.
Director of Engineering
Prior to joining AOL Platforms, Seth served in senior positions at a number of highly respected global technology companies, including Google and Microsoft. During his tenure at Google, he was a key contributor to the development of Google Webmaster Tools, Google Talk and DoubleClick AdPlanner. At Microsoft, he was a part of the original .NET team, helped build and release the first two versions of the platform and co-authored the .NET ISO standards.
Seth’s career in technology spans over fifteen years and in this time, he has invented several technology and hardware solutions and has twenty-five U.S. and foreign patents to his name. Seth holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Bucknell University and is a fellow at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. When he’s not building AOL’s advertising products, you can find him with his family, playing guitar or skiing.
Deanna is a driven culture architect who builds proactive, dynamic team environments necessary to response to business change and opportunity and is able to quickly access, synthesize and define a course that will achieve maximum business results.
Ed is an advisor to startups in Boulder, CO and works with organizations including Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network to provide advice on operational startup topics including capitalization and organizational growth.
Mike Romoff runs LinkedIn’s Global Agency and Channel Sales team, helping the world’s biggest agencies and their clients harness the power of the platform. His breadth of experience spans a 20-year career where he has held key General Management, Operations, and Business Development positions at companies such as NBC, IDG, 360i and The Industry Standard Magazine (back in the day). Mike holds a BA from Amherst College and an MBA from Columbia Business School as well as a 250 hour yoga instructor certification.
Roland Cozzolino is a technology executive who has provided intellectual property and patents across a wide array of industries. At Tempest Software he helped design some of the first backend messaging services as well as skin-able and animated interfaces (applications that look like artwork versus standard rectangular boxes). In 2005, during his career at WhenU, he made Web2.0 a reality, bringing content to users based on browsing habits, semantic understanding and natural language processing. In 2008 he joined MediaMath, bringing real-time bidding to an entire industry.His efforts led him to co-chair the OpenRTB movement, design and implement private marketplaces with AdMeld and Rubicon, as well as advise nearly all major players within the industry to adopt these real-time protocols (including Rubicon, ADX, AdMeld, AppNexus, Yahoo, OpenX, Brightroll, Pubmatic, BlueKai, AdBright, and more). He currently works with a wide variety of investment arms, evaluating technical opportunities, and holds positions on several advisory boards within advertising, consumer products, health care and the fashion industry.