Chairman, CEO/President and Co-Founder
A co-founder, president, and CEO of One Stop Systems, Steve Cooper has led the company through the upheaval of two recessions to become a leading supplier of high performance compute systems. Steve's background includes engineering, sales and marketing and executive management with Intel, RadiSys, I-Bus and SBS Technologies. Mr. Cooper holds a BSEE degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
David Raun has over 23 years of experience at the board & executive level within the technology industry. He is currently President, COO, CFO and Board Observer at ASSIA a SaaS Software Market Leader as well as Chairman at Kilopass. He led a successful turnaround and acquisition by Avago/Broadcom as President, CEO & Director at PLX Technology at NASDAQ company. He holds a BSEE from UC Santa Barbara.
John Reardon is the Founder of The RTC Group, a marketing services company devoted to serving the embedded and real-time markets. John serves the Board for several companies, including a Dutch corporation, which he founded in 1994, Active Exhibitions and One Stop Systems. Mr. Reardon holds a BA degree in Marketing from National University.
Ken Potashner's career in the computer industry includes President/CEO/Chairman of SONICblue. Mr. Potashner currently serves on the board of several companies. He received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering at Lafayette College and a masters' degree in electrical engineering from Southern Methodist University.
Jack Harrison's career and companies span several complex technologies, including advanced semiconductors, gene sequencing microfluidics, microelectromechanical neuromodulation medical implants, RF radar, lasers, and others. He serves as chairman or on the boards of for-profit and non-profits alike, and received a BME degree from Wheaton College.
Randy Jones has over 33 years of experience in high technology markets. Most recently, he served as CEO of Mission Technology Group. Prior to that, he held various positions at the VP level for Mobility Electronics, Ingram Micro, Intelligent Electronics and Sybase. He holds a Bachelor's in Chemistry and Economics from the USMA and two Master's Degrees in Finance and Engineering from UCLA and UCSD.
Kimberly C. Sentovich
Kimberly Sentovich is a seasoned merchandising, operations, IT and supply chain executive with 30 years of experience with multi-billion-dollar profit and loss responsibility. From 2017 to 2018, Ms. Sentovich served as the Senior Vice President of Operations for Torrid, an apparel retailer. From 2015 to 2017, Ms. Sentovich was Executive Vice President of Stores and Logistics at Gymboree, responsible for all 1300 company owned stores in North America. Ms. Sentovich previously spent seven years (2008-2015) at Walmart rising from Regional Vice President of Operations - California to Divisional Senior Vice President of Operations - Pacific Division and fifteen years at The Home Depot (1993-2008) rising to the level of Regional Vice President of Operations. Ms. Sentovich obtained her MBA from The Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine and her B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science with a Minor in economics from Bryn Mawr College.