Carl Page


Carl was a co-founder of eGroups, Inc., where he helped build a network of 14 million users who relied on eGroups to support Web-based collaborative work efforts. eGroups was eventually acquired by Yahoo! and is today known as Yahoo! Groups. A serial entrepreneur and investor based in the Bay Area, Mr. Page’s experience ranges from hardware to Internet companies, and from startups to large multinationals. He has previously held positions at Microsoft and Mentor Graphics. He sits on various boards, including the Michigan State University Computer Science and Engineering Advisory Board, the National Advisory Committee to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Michigan Memorial Phoenix Energy Institute at University of Michigan, and the Business Advisory Board of Insilicos LLC. Carl is a graduate of the University of Michigan, with a BSE in computer engineering (1986) and an MSE (1988).