Founded in 2002 by Mok Oh and led by president and CEO Jim Schoonmaker, EveryScape, Inc. is headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts.
Jim Schoonmaker has spent the last 17 years in the high technology industry, the last ten of which founding and leading technology based start-ups. He joined Mok3 Inc. in March of 2005 after four years as President & CEO of Liquid Machines Inc. During his tenure at Liquid Machines the company grew from inception to market leader in enterprise rights management solutions, formed strategic partnerships with Microsoft and EMC, acquired Ominiva Policy Systems and won accolades for its revolutionary Document and Email Control product lines.
Prior to Liquid Machines Jim was president and founder of NerveWire Ventures. As a founding member of NerveWire's management team, he helped grow the company to more than 300 employees and first year revenues of $34M. Prior to NerveWire, Jim was the founding CEO of InterSense Incorporated a pioneer in applications for visual simulation and immersion. Prior to receiving an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, he held senior management roles in product marketing, operations, and product development at Textron Corporation.
Jonathan Edson has worked in media and telecommunications for over fifteen year and was a senior business development executive at America Online and Time Warner for seven years, where he focused on the media and entertainment industry. During that time, Jonathan oversaw over $1 billion in transactions including deals with the NFL, MTV Networks, and the New York Times. He also served as a core member of the team that negotiated the merger between AOL an Time Warner.
Jonathan left AOL in 2002 to pursue a PhD in Celtic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University. Based on his experiences as a student, he founded and led Carmun.com a social site that helps students with their work, where he built the business to 1MM users a semester.
Before AOL, Jonathan worked for the Communications and Computing practice at Mercer Management Consulting where his clients included AT&T and Cellular One.
Jonathan graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with honors in economics from Williams College.
Patrick Crowley has spent the last 22 years in the high technology industry, leading engineering teams as large as 50 people. He joined EveryScape in 2008 after serving as Senior Director of Engineering for ChoiceStream. At ChoiceStream, Patrick led the engineering team as they developed the technology to deliver dynamic, personalized display ads, email and ecommerce product recommendations for major brands such as Overstock.com, Borders, Blockbuster, Tesco and AT&T.
Prior to ChoiceStream, Patrick served as the Director of Development at eRoom and continued to lead that team through two separate acquisitions (first acquired by Documentum and then by EMC). At eRoom, Patrick helped lead the development of the award winning eRoom product that generated revenues in excess of 50 million dollars per year. Following the acquisition by EMC, Patrick directed an engineering team with responsibilities across five product lines. Prior to his tenure at eRoom, Patrick was a Principal Software Engineer at Avid. Before Avid, Patrick was an engineer at several small start-ups, primarily programming in C++.
Rebecca MacQuarrie has managed marketing and advertising campaigns for a variety of brands for the last nine years. Prior to joining EveryScape in May of 2008, she served as the Global Marketing Manager for Myvu Corporation, marketing their Personal Media Viewer direct to consumers as well as helping to forge business relationships with major brands like Apple, Crutchfield, Best Buy and Airport Wireless. While there, she successfully managed the new product launch of Myvu Crystal at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show, garnering millions of impressions for the product through an aggressive public relations campaign coupled with a non-traditional onsite advertising campaign.
Prior to joining Myvu, Rebecca managed GMC.com, the website for GMC Trucks and SUVs while serving as Marketing Manager at Boston-based Digitas. In addition to overseeing the 16,000+ pages of the website and managing the details of monthly online sales promotions, Rebecca also orchestrated the online launch of the GMC Acadia, GMC’s first foray into a vehicle targeted to a female buyer. Prior to Digitas, Rebecca worked at DiZinno Thompson, a San Diego-based advertising agency where her clients included a multitude of leisure and hospitality brands including the San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau, Upper Deck and Promote La Jolla. Prior to working at DiZinno Thompson, Rebecca managed retail marketing for Volkswagen of America at Arnold Worldwide, where she won a Gold Effie for advertising effectiveness for a New Beetle/Apple iPod summer sales promotion.
Rebecca earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Studies with a certificate in Markets and Management from Duke University.