Dan Dodge — Cofounder and Chief Executive Officer
Recognized for innovation and leadership by organizations like Frost & Sullivan and FORTUNE magazine, Dan Dodge has built a global reputation as a technology visionary. A pioneer in the embedded systems industry, Mr. Dodge has created software that controls everything from in-car infotainment systems and smartphones to nuclear power plants and medical devices.
Mr. Dodge has garnered various tributes, including the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and the prestigious J.W. Graham medal in Computing and Innovation from the University of Waterloo. He has also been acclaimed a Hero of Manufacturing by FORTUNE magazine.
Mr. Dodge is a passionate advocate of software standards and was a founding steward of the Eclipse consortium, an open-source software initiative.
Mr. Dodge holds a Master's degree in mathematics.
Derek Kuhn — Vice President, Sales and Marketing
As vice president of sales and marketing, Derek Kuhn is responsible for developing strategies that increase market share and drive revenue growth in QNX Software Systems' core and emerging markets.
Prior to joining QNX, Mr. Kuhn held senior positions at Alcatel-Lucent, including vice president of emerging technology and media, and vice president of strategy for the Americas region in the office of the CTO/CMO. As a global business lead, he was responsible for the company's ecosystem of emerging technologies, including 4G mobile connectivity.
Prior to the merger of Alcatel and Lucent, Mr. Kuhn was Alcatel's senior director of strategic solutions in the office of the CTO; he was also the company's primary liaison with the content community.
From 2003 to 2006, Mr. Kuhn served as chairman of the Broadband Content Delivery Forum, where he helped grow the organization to twice its original size. From 2008 to 2010, he sat as a board member of the University of Southern California's Entertainment Technology Center in the School of Cinematic Arts.
In 2010, Mr. Kuhn won Alcatel-Lucent's CEO award; in 2005, he won a Forty under 40 award from the Ottawa Business Journal. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering.
Sebastien Marineau-Mes — Senior Vice President, QNX Engineering and Senior Vice President, BlackBerry® OS
As vice president of engineering, Sebastien Marineau-Mes is responsible for all QNX research and development activities, including software development and quality assurance. Since joining QNX, he has held positions of increasing responsibility, including software architect and director of the operating system group.
Mr. Marineau-Mes served as the first project lead for the Eclipse C/C++ Development Tools (CDT) project and, in 2002, led the team that created the QNX® Momentics® development suite, the first commercially available Eclipse-based IDE for embedded development. In his role of networking architect at QNX Software Systems, Mr. Marineau-Mes worked closely with Cisco Systems to optimize the QNX Neutrino® RTOS for the world’s highest-capacity routers. He has been a major contributor to the QNX technology portfolio, including multi-core, adaptive partitioning, and development tools.
John Wall — Vice President, Engineering and Services
Mr. Wall has been an integral member of the QNX team since 1993. He has held a variety of roles within the organization with increasing levels of responsibility in different facets of software development, board support development, and custom software engineering.
As vice president of engineering, Mr. Wall and his team work with customers from around the world to develop and customize sophisticated embedded systems.
Mr. Wall is a graduate of Carleton University in Ottawa and holds a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng), Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Jennifer Camelon — Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer
A chartered accountant, Jennifer Camelon joined QNX Software Systems in 1993 as the company's controller, and in 1998 became its chief financial officer. As a member of the senior management team, Ms. Camelon leads the company's financing and performance measurement activities; she also manages the corporate general and administrative division, including all financial, administrative, and information-systems functions of the company and its subsidiaries. Her prior experience includes financial management at Delta Hotels and public accounting practice at Price Waterhouse.
Ms. Camelon holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) degree from Queen's University, Canada, and belongs to both the Ontario and Canadian institutes for chartered accountants. In 2005, Ms Camelon was named one of Ottawa’s “Forty Under 40” by the Ottawa Business Journal, in recognition of her contributions as a community and corporate leader.
Mike Michalyshyn — General Counsel and Vice President HR
Michael Michalyshyn joined QNX Software Systems in 1998 as general counsel and in November 2000 became vice president of human resources. Mr. Michalyshyn is responsible for the legal, corporate governance, and human resource aspects of QNX Software Systems and its subsidiaries. Prior to QNX, Mr. Michalyshyn practiced Information Technology law with Gowling, Lafleur, Henderson LLP, where he provided legal services to QNX Software Systems.
Mr. Michalyshyn belongs to several professional associations, including the Patent + Trademark Institute of Canada, Canadian Advanced Technology Association, Computer Law Association, Licensing Executive Society, and IT.Can.
Mr. Michalyshyn graduated with distinction from the University of Alberta Law School, and is a member of the Ontario Bar and a registered patent agent. He holds a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a Master's in business administration.