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SeaChange International Inc (SEAC.O)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Steven Craddock

66 2015 Chairman of the Board

Edward Terino

61 2016 Chief Executive Officer, Director

Peter Faubert

46 2016 Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Treasurer

David McEvoy

57 2013 Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary

Rochus Schreiber

2015 Senior Vice President - Services and General Manager of Europe, Middle East & Africa Operations

Tony Dolph

2016 Senior Vice President of Marketing

Mitchell Chun

41 2015 Senior Vice President - Business Development

Paul Crann

46 2015 Senior Vice President - Product Management & Solutions Architecture

Rafael Castillo

2015 Vice President - Latin America Sales

Martha Restrepo

2015 Vice President - Human Resources

William Markey

2016 Director

Thomas Olson

66 2015 Director

Royce Wilson

58 2015 Director

Mary Cotton

57 2004 Independent Director

Monica Gould

IR Contact Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Steven Craddock

Mr. Steven C. Craddock is Chairman of the Board of the Company. He was Independent Director of SeaChange International Inc. Since March 2011, Mr. Craddock has served as a member of the Board of Directors of MaxLinear, a provider of integrated radio-frequency analog and mixed signal semiconductor SoC solutions for broadband communications applications. Since July 2008, Mr. Craddock has served as President of The Del Ray Group, LLC, a private consulting firm advising companies on strategic and technology developments in the cable television and telecommunications markets. From November 2006 until June 2008, Mr. Craddock served as Senior Vice President, Technology, for Comcast Corporation, a provider of entertainment, information, and communications products and services. From June 1994 until November 2006, he served as Senior Vice President, New Media Development for Comcast. From June 2002 until its acquisition by Zoran Corporation in December 2010, Mr. Craddock served as a director of Microtune, Inc., a provider of high-performance radio frequency tuners and transceivers. Mr. Craddock is a licensed professional engineer and holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering and electrical engineering from Virginia Military Institute.

Edward Terino

Mr. Edward Terino is Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company. Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President of the SeaChange International, Inc. He was Independent Director of Seachange International Inc. Mr. Terino has served as President of GET Advisory Service LLC, a strategic and financial management consulting firm focused on the technology and maritime industries since March 2009. Mr. Terino is also a founder of Novium Learning, Inc. Since March 2010, Mr. Terino has served as a director of Baltic Trading Ltd., where he is the Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of the Compensation Committee. Since October 2012, Mr. Terino has served as a director of Extreme Networks, Inc., where he is a member of the Audit Committee. From April 2007 through February 2012, Mr. Terino served as a director of S1 Corporation. In February 2012, S1 Corporation was acquired by ACI Worldwide, Inc. From November 2009 to November 2010, Mr. Terino served as a director of Phoenix Technologies Ltd. In November 2010, Phoenix Technologies Ltd. From October 1999 to March 2006, Mr. Terino served as a director of EBT International Inc. From July 2005 through December 2008 Mr. Terino was Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Arlington Tankers Ltd. From September 2001 to June 2005, Mr. Terino was Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer of Art Technology Group, Inc. Prior to 2001, Mr. Terino held senior financial and operational management positions over a 15 year period with several publicly traded technology and educational publishing companies. Mr. Terino began his career at Deloitte & Touche and spent 9 years in their consulting services organization. Mr. Terino earned a BS degree in Management from Northeastern University and he earned a MBA from Suffolk University. Currently Mr. Terino is a founding donor and member of the Advisory Board for the Center for Innovation and Change Leadership at Suffolk University.

Peter Faubert

Mr. Peter Faubert, CPA., is Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Treasurer of the Company. He has been a Certified Public Accountant since 1996. Most recently, he served for two years as CFO for This Technology, Inc., a video advertising solutions provider to large cable, telco and broadcast television operators, which was acquired by Comcast Corporation in 2015. In addition to finance and accounting responsibilities, he oversaw that company’s human resources, strategic planning, legal and facilities functions. Previously, Mr. Faubert served for three years as CFO for mobile game publisher JNJ Mobile (DBA MocoSpace), where he established revenue sharing and billing agreements with large U.S. mobile service providers. As CFO and Treasurer during four years with Turbine, Inc., the largest privately-held video game developer in North America, which was acquired by Warner Brothers, Mr. Faubert established licensing and distribution agreements with leading gaming and entertainment brands globally. He also held senior finance roles for software and technology providers including Vision Government Solutions and publicly-traded companies Viisage Technology, Burntsand and Ariba. Early in his career, he worked in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ mergers and acquisitions practice and Deloitte & Touche’s assurance and advisory services.

David McEvoy

Mr. David McEvoy is Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of SeaChange International, Inc. Mr. McEvoy joined the Company on July 1, 2012 as Vice President and General Counsel. He became Senior Vice President and General Counsel on February 1, 2013. Prior to joining SeaChange, Mr. McEvoy was the Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Peoplefluent Inc., from June 2011 to July 2012. Mr McEvoy was the Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Art Technology Group, Inc. (“ATG”) from September 2005 to March 2010. ATG was acquired by Oracle on January 5, 2011. Prior to joining ATG, Mr. McEvoy was the Group General Counsel of Gores Technology Group, a private equity firm. Mr. McEvoy has held various General Counsel and other executive level legal positions with several companies including Aprisma Inc., Anchor Ltd., VeriFone Inc., Mattel Interactive, Broderbund and The Learning Company.

Rochus Schreiber

Mr. Rochus Schreiber is Senior Vice President - Services and General Manager of Europe, Middle East & Africa Operations of Multiscreen innovator SeaChange International, Inc. Mr. Schreiber brings SeaChange several years of experience in cable television and mobile operations management in Europe and Latin America. Most recently, he was CEO of 4G mobile provider Digicel Anguilla and triple-play cable operator Caribbean Cable Communications, where he led major initiatives in customer acquisition, digital plant upgrades, and the introduction of advertising products across platforms. Previously, he founded U.K. mobile virtual network operator Globalcell Mobile. He also served as Vice President of Business Development at telecommunication cloud solutions provider Aepona. As a senior manager in Accenture's strategy practice, Mr. Schreiber's clients included several of Europe's largest cable, telco and mobile service providers. Mr. Schreiber earned his MBA at the University of Michigan, Masters Degree in Physics at Wayne State University, and Bachelors Degree in Physics at Ludwig Maximilian University. This year he participated in The Wharton Business School's Future Leaders executive education program.

Tony Dolph

Mr. Tony Dolph is Senior Vice President of Marketing of the company. He brings SeaChange 30 years of experience in establishing and managing global strategic marketing and business development programs behind market-leading technologies in service provider video, professional video editing and enterprise computing. Prior to joining SeaChange, he was President & CEO of SaaS provider Hubcast. Previously, he served as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Artel Video Systems; Executive Vice President of Worldwide Marketing for Media 100, Inc.; and Vice President of Worldwide Marketing & Business Development for Idiom Technologies. Mr. Dolph holds a BA from the University of Massachusetts and certificate of matriculation from Beijing Foreign Studies University.

Mitchell Chun

Mr. Mitchell Chun is Senior Vice President - Business Development of the Company. Mitchell Chun joined SeaChange as VP, Business Development upon the acquisition of Timeline Labs in February 2015, bringing the Company over 20 years of technology and media business development experience. As SVP, Business Development, Chun's responsibilities now span evaluation and execution of technology and distribution alliances to strengthen SeaChange's offerings to new geographies and market sectors, as well as supporting the Company's NewCoin television audience measurement joint venture. Prior to co-founding Timeline Labs, Chun held senior development and strategy roles with established market leaders Fox, Universal Pictures and Yahoo, as well as start-ups Zazzle and 5to1.com. He earned a BS from the University of California at Berkeley.

Paul Crann

Mr. Paul Crann Jr., is Senior Vice President - Product Management & Solutions Architecture of the Company. With all SeaChange product management and solutions architecture teams reporting to him, Paul Crann is responsible for facilitating strategy, development and execution for SeaChange's OTT, multiscreen back office, advertising, home gateway and social media analytics products. Crann comes to SeaChange from BTI Systems, a software-driven network solutions provider for telecommunications and content service providers, where he was SVP of Product Marketing & Business Development. His career focus on product execution and business development included senior roles with Ascend Communications, AT&T, Avici Systems, BigBand Networks and Omnipoint Communications. He earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BSE from Villanova University, in addition to serving as a submarine officer in the U.S. Navy.

Rafael Castillo

Mr. Rafael Castillo is Vice President - Latin America Sales of SeaChange International, Inc. Castillo brings the company over 20 years of experience in establishing television technologies with cable, telco and broadcast service providers throughout Central America, South America and the Caribbean. Prior to joining SeaChange, Castillo was Senior Vice President Latin America and the Caribbean for Grass Valley, where he was responsible for the direction and management of all sales and business development operations, including market competitiveness, pricing, compensation and distribution and channel strategy. He earned his degree in electronic engineering from Simon Bolivar University.

Martha Restrepo

Ms. Martha Restrepo is Vice President - Human Resources of SeaChange International, Inc. Ms. Restrepo brings SeaChange a 20-year track record for tightly integrating human resources with all business functions to measurably improve the operations and financial performance of Fortune 500 brands. She leads an international talent management and acquisition team based in the U.S., the Netherlands and the Philippines. Ms. Restrepo joins SeaChange from Monster Worldwide where, as a senior director, she led top-to-bottom HR strategic execution across developing markets in Africa, Europe and Latin America, focusing on the company's entry in 62 countries. Serving as an HR director and vice president for Spectrum Brands, Restrepo doubled seasonal recruitment year-over-year and established an HR execution plan that contributed to a strong period of retail revenue growth. During her three years with The Hershey Company, she designed and led HR strategies supporting domestic sales and international operations. Her career started with a 15-year tenure for PepsiCo International, which was focused on Latin America operations and saw her lead HR's role in corporate acquisition due diligence. Ms. Restrepo holds a bachelor's degree in philology and modern languages with a minor in education from Universidad Incca de Colombia. Visit www.schange.com/photos/martha-restrepo to download a photo of Martha Restrepo, Vice President, Human Resources, SeaChange.

William Markey

Mr. William Francis Markey III, is Director of the Company. Since October 2002, Mr. Markey has been the Founder and President of the Relevant C Business Group (RCBG), a private consulting firm that assists telecommunications, media and technology companies with strategy and execution, often for emerging technologies. Previously, Mr. Markey co-founded Ucentric Systems, a software company that provided connected home software solutions to television operators, which was acquired by Motorola in 2005. He held management roles in 3Com and Motorola operations that served the television industry, and held prior roles with Pacific Telesis and Preview Media. He is a member of the advisory boards of Gainspeed and BandwidthX. He is a former member of Concurrent Computer’s advisory board and was a trustee and vice chairman of Quest Academy in Palatine, IL. Mr. Markey holds a BA from Georgetown University, an MS from Columbia University and an MA from Johns Hopkins University.

Thomas Olson

Mr. Thomas F. Olson is Director of the Company. He was Independent Chairman of the Board of SeaChange International, Inc. He has served as a Director of SeaChange since May 2001 and as Chairman since November 2011. In addition, from January 1999 to December 2003, Mr. Olson served as the Chief Executive Officer of National Cable Communications, a company specializing in cable television advertising time sales. From January 1995 to May 1998, Mr. Olson was Managing Partner of National Cable Communications. Mr. Olson served as Chief Executive Officer of Katz Media Group, a radio, broadcast television and cable television national sales representation firm, from August 1994 to May 1998. Mr. Olson was with Katz Media Group for 23 years. Since 2005, Mr. Olson has also served on the board of Sarkes Tarzian, Inc., a private company that owns and operates television and radio stations.

Royce Wilson

Mr. Royce E. Wilson is Director of Company. Mr. Wilson is a founding partner of New Form Digital, a developer of original cinematic stories on digital platforms, since January 2014; President and Chief Executive Officer of Dreamcatcher Broadcasting, which owns 3 television stations, since July 2013; and President of Dreamcatcher Media, an angel investment and consulting company, since January 2011. Mr. Wilson was Executive Chairman of Timeline Labs (acquired by SeaChange in February 2015), a big-data social intelligence network that provides media companies with local, national and global news from June 2011 to January 2015, having also served as its President and Chief Executive Officer from 2011 through 2013. Mr. Wilson was President of Tribune Broadcasting Company and Chief Revenue Officer of The Tribune Company, which owned 23 television stations, from February 2008 to April 2010; President of FOX Television Network from 2004-2008; President of NBC Enterprises and Syndication from 2000-2004; and President of CBS Enterprises from 1996-2000. Prior to that Mr. Wilson also held executive positions at Maxam Entertainment, Sony Pictures TV, and Paramount Pictures. In addition, Mr. Wilson serves as a Trustee to Southern Methodist University since July 2008 and as a Director to the San Diego Zoo since February 2014. Mr. Wilson contributes extensive management experience in traditional and emerging media markets, developing key strategic partnerships and using new approaches to create innovative solutions.

Mary Cotton

Ms. Mary Palermo Cotton is Independent Director of SeaChange International, Inc. Currently Ms. Cotton is Chief Executive Officer of iDirect Technologies, a provider of satellite based IP communications technology. Previously, Ms. Cotton was a Senior Vice President of SAP, an enterprise software provider, as a result of SAP’s June 2006 acquisition of Frictionless Commerce. Prior to the acquisition, Ms. Cotton had been the Chief Executive Officer of Frictionless Commerce, a company providing supplier relationship management software, since February 2005. From February 2003 to July 2004, Ms. Cotton was a Senior Advisor to Aspen Technology, a software service provider, and previously served as Aspen’s Chief Operating Officer from January 2001 to January 2003. Ms. Cotton additionally served on the Board of Directors of Precise Software Solutions from June 2000 to June 2003 when Precise Software Solutions was acquired by VERITAS Software.

Monica Gould