VP Global Alliances at InMobi
Anne has been working in digital media since 1996, and moved into mobile marketing five years ago when she joined InMobi in late 2008. At InMobi, Anne is VP & GM of Global Alliances responsible for forming product-oriented partnerships with specific focus in the areas of programmatic, data, targeting, analytics and ad innovation.
Before InMobi, she served as Vice President of Category and Sales Intelligence at Yahoo! where she workd for five years. At Yahoo, she and her team provided leading brand advertisers and top-tier agencies, strategic insights and strategic digital media solutions.
Prior to Yahoo!, she helped found an online shopping service in 1996 that was ultimately funded by CMP Media, and then she focused on local search in 1997 at Zip2 Corporation where she served as a Director of Publisher Development. Zip2 was acquired by AltaVista in 1998. Anne worked at AltaVista as a Director of Strategic Alliances, and then later ran sales and business development for the company until it was sold to Overture in early 2003. Prior to her work in digital media, Anne was an investment analyst at Goldman Sachs.
Anne is an active member in the mobile community. In 2011 she was selected as one of Mobile Entertainment Magazine’s Top 10 Women in Mobile and in 2012 became Business Insiders #6 in their Most Powerful Woman in Mobile Advertising. In 2011 and 2012, Anne Frisbie served on the North America board of the MMA. In 2013, Anne was named a co-chair for the IAB’s mobile advertising committee, and a Board of Director member for the IAB’s Mobile Marketing Center of Excellence.
Anne holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics from Georgetown University. Anne is an avid wine collector, loves playing duplicate bridge and is a happy mom of three children.
VP, Head of Mobile at Rubicon Project
Joe Prusz is Vice President, Head of Mobile at the Rubicon Project, responsible for driving the overall growth of Mobile and Cross-Screen Automation. In his six years with Rubicon Project, Joe has been responsible for growing revenue across a variety of the company's business units. He is an expert in advertising automation and in new market development.
Prior to joining Rubicon Project, Joe helped lead the integrated account team supporting Yahoo!'s single largest advertiser. Before Yahoo!, Joe founded a marketing firm that produced and distributed digital video for the real estate market.
Joe started his career as a Software Consultant at Telution, a leading telecommunication software company engineered to power emerging media companies. Joe holds an MBA and BS from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.