ContentWatch President and CEO Jack Sunderlage

February 14th, 2007 |
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vSpring‘s Dennis Wood speaks with ContentWatch President and CEO Jack Sunderlage, about his participation in some of Utah’s most important economic development initiatives, including the Utah Technology Council, the Utah Partnership for Education, The World Trade Center Utah, and Utah Science Technology and Research project. Sunderlage is a member of vSpring’s v100 – a peer-nominated group of the top 100 venture entrepreneurs in the Rocky Mountain region.

Mr. Sunderlage currently serves as president and chief executive officer of ContentWatch Inc., a provider of Internet management software and services. He has enjoyed a long and successful career in the information technology industry, having held key sales and marketing positions with Burroughs, UNISYS, Digital Equipment, Compaq Computer, and Hewlett-Packard. His last assignment was vice president of Global Accounts, West Region for Compaq, a part of HP. Jack took an early retirement from HP in July 2002.

Jack is the past chairman of the board of trustees for the Utah Information Technology Association, where he continues to be a trustee with the newly-formed Utah Technology Council. He currently serves as chairman of the board for the World Trade Center Utah. In 2006, he was appointed to the Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Board for the State of Utah.

Other community affiliations include the Commercialization Advisory Board for the University of Utah, the MBA Advisory Board for the Gore School of Business at Westminster College, the National Advisory Council for the Marriott School at Brigham Young University, the Athletic Leadership Council for BYU, the National Presidential Advisory Board at Utah Valley State College, and the Board of Directors for the Rotary Club of Salt Lake.

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