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Jack R. Lazar

Director

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Jack Lazar brings more than 30 years of experience in operational and finance roles at Silicon Valley companies, across multiple industries, with a heavy focus on consumer technology. At Resideo, he chairs the Audit Committee and a member of the Innovation and Technology and Strategic and Operational Committees.

Lazar was most recently chief financial officer for GoPro, a leader in mobile capture devices, software and entertainment solutions, serving in that role until March 2016. While at GoPro, Lazar completed the fourth largest U.S. IPO (in terms of proceeds) in 2014, raised approximately $1.4 billion in capital and completed eight acquisitions.

Prior to that, Lazar served as senior vice president, corporate development and general manager of Qualcomm Atheros Inc., a developer of communications semiconductor solutions. He completed the $3.6 billion sale of Atheros to Qualcomm in 2013, its IPO in 2004 and served as Atheros' chief financial officer and senior vice president of Corporate Development.

He also has served in leadership roles at NetRatings, Apptitude and Electronics for Imaging, with each of these three companies completing its IPO or acquisition. In addition to his current role on the Resideo board, Lazar holds both public and private board and advisory roles at growth-oriented, consumer and technology-focused companies.

Lazar earned his B.S. in accounting from Santa Clara University and continues his affiliation with the university as a periodic guest speaker at the Leavey School of Business. He also is a certified public accountant (inactive). In 2016, Lazar presented a TEDx talk titled “Why Silicon Valley’s Greatest Innovation is Not Technology.”

Additional qualifications:

  • Serves on the boards of two other publicly traded companies: Mellanox Technologies and Silicon Labs; he chairs the Audit Committee at Silicon Labs
  • Serves on the boards of three private companies – Casper, thredUP and Tile
  • Served as director and Audit Committee chair at TubeMogul, an enterprise software company for digital branding, from October 2013 to December 2016, until its acquisition by Adobe. Was the Nominating and Corporate Governance chair at Quantenna Communications until its acquisition by On Semiconductor 2016