Rich Riley

Most recently, Riley was EVP Americas for Yahoo! where he was responsible for billions of dollars of revenue and managed a team of thousands, overseeing sales, account management, ad operations, B2B marketing, research and business development across the US, Canada and LatAm. In 2011, Riley was featured by Fortune as one of their 40 Under 40: Ones to watch. Prior to serving as EVP, Riley held a variety of roles at Yahoo! including MD & SVP of the EMEA Region, SVP of the Small & Medium Business Division as well as corporate and business development roles. Prior to his more than 13 years with Yahoo, Riley was co-founder and Managing Member of the Internet start-up that developed and patented what is today the Yahoo! Toolbar, which counts hundreds of millions of users and was sold to Yahoo! in 1999. Prior to joining Yahoo! and starting, Riley worked as a Financial Analyst at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in New York City. He graduated Wharton with a BSc. in Economics with Majors in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management. He serves on the boards of the Wharton Entrepreneurial Advisory Board, the Swiss-American Chamber of Commerce, the Mayor of Rome’s International Business Advisory Council, and is a Member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO).