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Karen Richardson

Karen Richardson's 20-year career in the software business includes positions as a key player in several well-known and highly successful companies. Prior to joining E.piphany, Karen held senior sales positions at Netscape Communications Corporation from 1995-1998, during which time Netscape's sales grew from $80 million to over $500 million annually. Karen was instrumental in establishing Netscape's presence in the enterprise in verticals such as Telecommunications, Financial Services and Media/Communications. Prior to her position at Netscape, Karen was VP of Worldwide Sales at Collabra Software, Inc.; worked for four years with Lotus Development Corporation in a variety of sales and marketing roles as well as at cc:Mail, and 3Com Corporation. Karen holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and award distinctions from the Stanford Industrial Engineering Department and the American Institute of Industrial Engineers (AIIE).

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Last Updated: Tue, Apr 18, 2006


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Category Title Author/Speaker Organization Length Date
Video A Girl Among Geeks Karen Richardson E.piphany 01:30 02/2005
Video What E.piphany Does Karen Richardson E.piphany 02:12 02/2005
Video The 20th Century Gold Rush Karen Richardson E.piphany 02:40 02/2005
Video To Stay Private or Go Public Karen Richardson E.piphany 01:16 02/2005
Video What Kind of Person Are You? Karen Richardson E.piphany 04:38 02/2005
Video The Cost of Doing Business Karen Richardson E.piphany 02:28 02/2005
Video The Sarbanes-Oxley Act Karen Richardson E.piphany 03:08 02/2005
Video Public vs. Private Pros and Cons Karen Richardson E.piphany 02:34 02/2005
Video Company Ethics Karen Richardson E.piphany 01:46 02/2005
Video A Member of the CEO Minority Karen Richardson E.piphany 01:54 02/2005
Video Lessons from Failure Karen Richardson E.piphany 02:43 02/2005