Sandra Bergeron joined our board of directors as an independent non-executive director in 2010. She’s one of the well-known and highly respected women of technology in Silicon Valley. Sandra’s a venture partner at Trident Capital, and a director of F5 Networks, Inc., Qualys, Inc. and TraceSecurity, Inc. She previously served as a director of Tipping Point, Netegrity, Nuance Communications, TriCipher and ArcSight, until their acquisitions. In her tenured career at McAfee, Inc., Sandra held a number of key executive positions, including head of research and development, head of corporate strategy and president of PGP Security.
Sandra has a national reputation as a computer security thought leader. She’s testified to the Subcommittee on Technology within the House Science Committee, about how government and private industry can better prepare for virus attacks. Sandra also serves on the Silicon Valley Blue Ribbon Task Force on Aviation Security and Technology after selection by U.S. Congressman Mike Honda and San Jose, California Mayor Ron Gonzales.
Through her chairmanship of the Bergeron Women in Technology Mentorship Program at Georgia State University, Sandra actively promotes women in technology.
Sandra holds an MBA from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, and a bachelor’s in business administration (Cum Laude) from Georgia State University, where she was named to the Hall of Fame at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business.