Board of Directors
The Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation seeks to build a board of national and international leaders from a cross-section of disciplines and sectors. In 2010, as the Foundation expands its services, programs, and partnerships, we will continue recruiting board members and advisors who share our passion and commitment to the non-profit sector and whose expertise and experience can help guide our efforts to bring value and benefit to non-profits across the globe.
Adam Miller is the President and CEO of Cornerstone OnDemand. Since founding the company in 1999, Miller has transformed Cornerstone into one of the world's leading Software-as-a-Service organizations, with more than 4.25 million global subscribers. His focus on client success and product excellence has earned the company one of the top client retention rates in the industry and positive recognition from industry analysts such as Gartner, IDC, Knowledge Infusion and Bersin & Associates. In 2009, Miller was named the Southern California Technology Association's CEO of the Year.
Prior to founding Cornerstone, Miller served time as a lawyer and investment banker. He worked in corporate finance with Schroders (now Citi Financial) and an affiliate of Montgomery Securities (now Bank of America), supporting clients with private equity and public financing, as well as M&A advisory. This blended background in finance, business, technology and law has influenced his leadership of Cornerstone OnDemand.
Miller has a JD from the UCLA School of Law, an MBA from the Anderson School of Business, a BS from the Wharton School and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania. He earned a CPA and Series 7 certifications. He is the co-author of two books, Business Capital for Women (Macmillan, 1996) and Managing Your Inheritance (Random House, 1995). Miller also served as the President of IKAR. He remains on the IKAR board and is actively involved with YPO and ABL.
Dawn Moskowitz is an educational consultant working with schools to develop 21st century partnerships. Moskowitz believes that transforming our education system and increasing opportunities for all children requires tapping into the power of community, social networks and technology. Moskowitz is a marketing and business planning professional who has analytical, strategic planning and policy expertise which she developed in the private and public sector at Fortune 500 corporations, start-ups and entrepreneurial non-profits. Moskowitz led program development teams at Citibank, Time Inc. and Common Ground Community, winner of the 1998 Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation.
Currently, Moskowitz is a graduate teaching fellow at the University of Vermont where she is pursuing her master’s in education policy. A former PTO president and active volunteer, Moskowitz was selected to represent Vermont at Parenting magazine and Georgetown University’s inaugural Mom Congress on Education and Learning. Moskowitz has a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She currently resides in Vermont with her husband and daughter.
Dr. Marsh recently joined the USC Rossier School of Education as Visiting Association Professor and previously served as Senior Policy Researcher for the RAND Corporation. She specializes in research on policy implementation, educational reform, and accountability, and her research blends perspectives in education, sociology, and political science.
Over the past 15 years, much of her research has examined school districts as central actors in educational reform and the implementation and effects of various accountability policies. Dr. Marsh has also closely examined policies intended to support teachers and improve teaching, including research on literacy coaches and math and science curricular reforms.
Dr. Marsh received a PhD in Education Administration and Policy Analysis from Stanford University, a Masters in Public Policy from the University of California at Berkeley, and BA in American Studies from Stanford University.
Teddy Rice is a Director at Ironwood Equity Fund in Boston, Massachusetts, where he is responsible for all aspects of deal origination, execution and follow-on monitoring. He is an active participant on the Boards of several Ironwood portfolio companies, including Acelero Learning, American Reading Company, and Cornerstone on Demand. Teddy started his career at The Parthenon Group, a leading strategy consultancy based in Boston, and has also held management roles at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, a large K-12 textbook publisher, where he was responsible for supply chain strategy.
Teddy has a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an MBA from The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania. He resides in the South End of Boston with his wife and 2-year old daughter.