Board of Directors

At LifeLock, the commitment to our members starts at the top. Meet the people who couple expertise in their respective fields with a passion for helping to protect the personal information of our members.

Roy A. Guthrie

Director, Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc., Bluestem Brands, Inc., Garrison Capital, LLC, and Dell Bank International

Roy A. Guthrie served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Discover Financial Services from 2005 to 2011. He also served as a director of Discover Bank, a subsidiary of Discover Financial Services, from 2006 to 2012.

Prior to joining Discover Financial Services, Guthrie served as president and chief executive officer of CitiFinancial International, LTD, a consumer finance business of Citigroup, from 2000 to 2004, and he also served on Citigroup's management committee throughout this period. Prior to that, Guthrie served as the president and chief executive officer of CitiCapital.

Previously, Guthrie served as chief financial officer of Associates First Capital Corporation, while it was a public company, and as a member of its board of directors. He also served in various positions at Associates First Capital Corporation, including corporate controller.

Guthrie is a director of Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc., Bluestem Brands, Inc., Garrison Capital, LLC, and Dell Bank International. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Hanover College and an M.B.A. from Drake University.

Todd Davis

Executive Vice Chairman

Todd Davis was named executive vice chairman of LifeLock, Inc., in March 2016. In this role, Davis helps support the business in a variety of ways by capitalizing on his skills and experience as a pioneer in recognizing identity fraud as a serious consumer issue. Previously, Davis was the company’s chief executive officer.

Davis helped found LifeLock in 2005. In 2009, he received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for Orange County/Desert Cities region for a Top Emerging Company. In 2010, the company debuted in eighth place on the Inc. Magazine 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America.

Davis has led LifeLock from a startup to a successful, publicly traded company. Currently, LifeLock has nearly 800 employees in four locations, which include its Tempe headquarters and three California offices. In 2015, the company recorded revenues of $587 million and had 4.2 million members by year’s end.

Deloitte Consulting included LifeLock on its 2014 Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the 500 fastest-growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, and clean technology companies in the U.S. and Canada. Also in 2014, the Phoenix Business Journal recognized LifeLock as one of the publication’s Best Places to Work.

Davis began his professional career at Dell Computer. Prior to leading LifeLock, he served as a managing partner of a successful marketing organization and was an executive in multiple technology startup companies..

Davis currently serves on the board of directors of GetInsured and Conquer Paralysis Now. He holds undergraduate degrees in entrepreneurship and management from Baylor University.

Hilary Schneider

President and Chief Executive Officer

Hilary Schneider was named chief executive officer of LifeLock, Inc. in March 2016. As CEO, Schneider is responsible for the company’s strategic direction and oversees all aspects of the company’s business operations and growth. She originally joined the company as president in 2012.

Prior to LifeLock, Schneider was executive vice president of Yahoo! Americas, where she was responsible for Yahoo!’s North and South American business, reporting to the CEO. Schneider, who joined Yahoo! in 2006, previously led the company’s U.S. region, Global Partner Solutions and Local Markets and Commerce divisions.

Before Yahoo!, Schneider held senior leadership roles at Knight Ridder, Inc., where she was CEO of Knight Ridder Digital before moving to co-manage the company’s overall newspaper and online business. Before joining Knight Ridder, Schneider served as president and CEO of Red Herring Communications, overseeing Red Herring Magazine, and Red Herring’s events unit.

Schneider also held a number of roles at Times Mirror including president and CEO of Times Mirror Interactive and general manager of the Baltimore Sun. Prior to her role at Times Mirror, Schneider was vice president of corporate finance at Drexel Burnham Lambert.

Schneider currently serves on the board of directors of Vail Resorts, Inc., Rent Path, and Schneider holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Brown University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Gary Briggs

Chief Marketing Officer, Facebook

Gary Briggs serves as chief marketing officer for Facebook. Previously, he was an advisor to the CEO of Motorola Mobility, a subsidiary of Google, Inc, where he was senior vice president of marketing for Motorola, overseeing all aspects of product and regional marketing, consumer research, communications, eCommerce and the Motorola Mobility brand and advertising.

Briggs joined Motorola upon its acquisition by Google. He was Google’s vice president of consumer marketing, overseeing Google’s marketing efforts for search, commerce, Google+,, and the Google brand overall. Prior to joining Google in 2010, Briggs was CEO at Plastic Jungle, a gift card startup. Previously, Briggs worked at eBay for six years the roles of vice president of consumer marketing, general manager of eBay Canada, global marketing head of PayPal, and chief marketing officer for eBay North America.

Earlier in his career, Briggs worked for six years at Pepsi, where he launched Aquafina, Pepsi's joint venture with Starbucks, and was director of brand Pepsi. He also spent two years at IBM running worldwide brand strategy and was an engagement manager at McKinsey.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1984 from Brown University and an M.B.A. in 1989 from J.L. Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.

David Cowan

Bessemer Venture Partners

David Cowan is a partner in Bessemer's Menlo Park, Calif. office. He joined the firm in 1992. He has invested mostly in network technology, infrastructure SaaS, consumer Internet and data security. His current portfolio includes CrowdFlower, Delivery Agent, LifeLock, LinkedIn, Nominum, ReputationDefender, Smule, Tripwire, and Zoosk.

More than 20 of Cowan’s startup investments have become public companies. His historical portfolio includes: network-technology companies Ciena (IPO) and P-Com (IPO); Internet-infrastructure services such as PSI-Net (IPO), Keynote (IPO), Flycast (IPO), and Netli (acquired by Akamai); and consumer web sites Hotjobs (IPO), Blue Nile (IPO), and Playdom (acquired by Disney). In 1995 Cowan co-founded VeriSign as a Bessemer-funded spinout of RSA and served as VeriSign's initial chairman; his other data-security exits have included Counterpane (acquired by BT), Cyota (acquired by RSA), ON (IPO), Postini (acquired by Google), Tumbleweed (IPO), Valicert (IPO), and Worldtalk (IPO).

Cowan earned his bachelor’s degree in math and computer science, as well as his MBA from Harvard University.

Albert “Rocky” Pimentel

Executive Vice President, Seagate

Albert “Rocky” Pimentel is responsible for Seagate’s global sales, sales operations, product line management, marketing and retail activities. Prior to joining Seagate in 2011, Pimentel served on the company’s board of directors.

Previously, Pimentel was chief operating officer and chief financial officer at McAfee. He was also senior vice president and chief financial officer at LSI Logic, and has held other senior leadership positions at Glu Mobile, Zone Labs, WebTV Networks and Redpoint Ventures.

Pimentel has served as a member of the Board of Directors at Xilinx. He has a bachelor’s degree in commerce from Santa Clara University.

Governor Tom Ridge

Former Secretary of Homeland Security and former Governor of Pennsylvania.

The Honorable Tom Ridge is the president and chief executive officer of Ridge Global. In this role, Ridge leads a team of international experts that help businesses and governments address a range of needs throughout their organizations, including risk management, global trade security, and other issues that encompass a diverse portfolio.

Following the tragic events of September 11, 2001, Ridge became the first Assistant to the President for Homeland Security. On January 24, 2003, became the first Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Previously, he was twice elected Governor of Pennsylvania, serving in that role from 1995 to 2001. He was also elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania, serving from 1983 to 1995

Ridge earned his undergraduate degree from Harvard University. After his first year at The Dickinson School of Law, he was drafted into the U.S. Army, where he served as an infantry staff sergeant in Vietnam, earning the Bronze Star for Valor, the Combat Infantry Badge, and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. After returning to Pennsylvania and to Dickinson in 1972, he earned his law degree and was in private practice before becoming assistant district attorney in Erie County.

Jaynie Miller Studenmund

Corporate Board Member

Jaynie Miller Studenmund is a corporate director and advisor with more than 30 years of executive management experience across a diverse set of business environments. These include startups, rapid growth companies, turnarounds, regulated industries, and mergers and acquisitions, primarily in the Internet and financial services industries. Studenmund serves on the boards of public companies Pinnacle Entertainment (PNK), Core Logic (CLGX), and Western Asset (WAMCO).

Studenmund's most recent operating position was as the chief operating officer for Overture Services, which was sold to Yahoo! in 2004. Overture was a pioneer in online advertising by establishing paid search as a successful way to advertise and grew to be a $1.2 billion multinational company before its sale. Previously, she was president and chief operating offer at PayMyBills, which became the largest Internet-based bill management company. Prior to that, Studenmund had a 15-year career in financial services, primarily at First Interstate Bank of California, now Wells Fargo, where she was executive vice president and head of retail banking.

Studenmund holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Wellesley College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.