Management

@jack

Jack is the CEO of @Twitter, CEO & Chairman of Square, and a co-founder of both. He also serves on the Board of The Walt Disney Company.

@anthonynoto

Anthony is Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Twitter, overseeing the company’s business operations as well as its revenue generating organizations including global advertising sales, global partnerships, business development, live content, data, revenue product, and MoPub.

Anthony also continues to serve as Twitter's Chief Financial Officer (CFO), a position he has held since July 2014, as the company looks for a new CFO. As CFO, he oversees the company’s financial operations, corporate development and strategy. Prior to joining Twitter, Anthony was a partner and the Head of the Technology, Media and Telecom Investment Banking Group at Goldman, Sachs & Co. from 2010 to 2014.

From 2008 to 2010, Anthony was Chief Financial Officer of the National Football League. He led the league through the financial crisis and many of the key deals that transformed its media business. From 1999 to 2007, he served in various roles at Goldman Sachs, including Partner in the Equity Research division, the lead Internet analyst, and the lead Media and Entertainment Equity Research analyst.

Anthony holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the United States Military Academy and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

@vijaya

Vijaya Gadde (VIJ-ee-yah GAD-ee) is Twitter’s General Counsel, leading the company’s legal, trust and safety, and public policy teams. She previously served as a Legal Director at Twitter, where she managed the international and corporate legal teams. Prior to joining Twitter in 2011, Vijaya was Senior Director, Legal at Juniper Networks; previously, for nearly a decade, she was an associate at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. While at WSGR, Vijaya acted as counsel to the New York Stock Exchange’s Proxy Working Group and Committee on Corporate Governance.

She earned a J.D. from New York University School of Law and a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. 

@leslieberland

Leslie is Chief Marketing Officer, responsible for Twitter’s global consumer, product, and sales marketing and communications.

Prior to joining the company in 2016, she was Executive Vice President, Global Advertising, Marketing & Digital Partnerships at American Express. Having joined American Express in 2005, Leslie led a global team responsible for creating marketplace demand and driving commerce through differentiated products, marketing, and customer experiences globally. As a member of the company’s global management team, Leslie oversaw advertising, media, sponsorships, content, brand identity, and digital partnerships. Earlier in her career, Leslie led PR and online communications strategies for global brands on the agency side. She earned a B.S. from Boston University's College of Communications.

@Robert_Kaiden

As CAO, Robert has direct oversight of our controllership function, international controllership, and corporate tax. Prior to joining Twitter, Robert was a Partner at Deloitte & Touche LLP, where he had more than 25 years of service, and served as the lead audit partner on several large global public technology and hospitality clients. While at Deloitte, he developed a strong international background, built and led large cross-functional teams, supported complex capital market transactions, and led several national audit initiatives. He also served as the Chief of Staff to the CEO of Deloitte & Touche LLP.

Robert has an M.B.A. from The Wharton School, an MS in Accounting from the University of Hartford, and a B.A. from Hamilton College. 

@mrdonut

Ed Ho is the General Manager of Twitter’s Consumer Product and Engineering Group, where he leads the team responsible for developing and operating the Twitter product. He has held engineering positions at Google, Yahoo!, IBM’s Almaden Research Center, and Sony U.S. Research Labs. At Yahoo, he was a co-inventor of the Yahoo! Pipes product. Subsequently, he worked for Google for five years as a Staff Software Engineer and Director of Product Management, leading the development of multiple social products. After leaving Google in 2012, he co-founded and was CTO of Cover (www.coverscreen.com). Cover was acquired by Twitter in 2014.

Ed holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from East Tennessee State University.

@kayvz

Kayvon Beykpour leads video product, overseeing live content, video and Periscope, a live video platform which he co-founded where people can create, watch, discover and share live video.

Prior to Periscope, he co-founded TerriblyClever Design LLC, a software company that was sold to Blackboard Inc. Following the acquisition, Kayvon led Blackboard’s mobile division for four years where he grew its team from five to more than one hundred employees and helped the company become one of the most downloaded apps in the education industry.

Kayvon attended Stanford and graduated with a degree in computer science.

@gracie

Grace is Vice President of Design and User Research at Twitter and leads its consumer and business-facing product design and research efforts. Prior to joining Twitter in 2011, Grace was a Principal Research Manager at Adobe Systems where she spent nine years overseeing research teams in both User Experience and Marketing. Grace was a founding member of the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom team and regularly partnered with Adobe’s Entrepreneurs in Residence to identify promising new business opportunities. Early in her career, Grace spent several years at Sapient conducting international research for numerous global brands.

Grace holds a Bachelor’s degree from Wellesley College and a Masters degree from the University of California, Berkeley, where she was a Patricia Roberts Harris Fellow.

@brucefalck

Bruce is the General Manager of Revenue Product, overseeing the strategy and execution of advertising products for marketers on Twitter. For over two decades, Bruce Falck has built a deep understanding of monetization and digital advertising. He was most recently CEO of Turn which sold to Singtel/Amobee. Prior to Turn he was COO of BrightRoll, the leading Programmatic Video Ads platform which sold to Yahoo. He also spent 8 years at Google, where he helped build and lead multiple billion-dollar-plus advertising businesses including the Google Display Network, DoubleClick Bid Manager [DBM], and Google’s Advertising Exchange.

Bruce graduated from Stellenbosch University in South Africa with a degree in Computer Science.