Matt Ehrlichman, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and Founder

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Prior to founding Porch in 2011, Matt was Chief Strategy Officer at Active Network, responsible for 85% of the company's P&L. Matt joined Active Network in 2007 and helped grow its revenues from $65 million in 2006 to $420 million and an initial public offering in 2011. Before joining Active Network, Matt was co-founder and CEO at Thriva, which was acquired by Active Network in March 2007 for $60 million. Matt built Thriva out of his dorm room at Stanford University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Engineering and Master of Science in Management Science and Engineering. In 2014, Matt was named USA TODAY's Inaugural Entrepreneur of the Year.

Sean Kell, Independent Director

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Sean Kell is the chief executive officer at Blue Nile, serving in that role since 2019. He is charged with driving the Blue Nile strategic vision and elevating the company’s modern approach to purchasing handcrafted diamond rings and exquisite jewelry online. From 2011 to 2019, Mr. Kell served as CEO of A Place for Mom, a senior living marketplace, where he was responsible for overall brand management and business expansion. Mr. Kell has a proven track record of building successful businesses in ecommerce, digital innovation and product management across leading online retail organizations including Expedia, Hotels.com and Starbucks. He has also previously held various roles at McKinsey and IBM. Mr. Kell holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California.

Rachel Lam, Independent Director and Chair of Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee

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Lam is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Imagination Capital, an early-stage venture capital firm founded in 2017. From 2003 to 2017, Lam served as SVP and Group Managing Director of the Time Warner Investments Group, the strategic investing arm of Time Warner Inc. She managed Time Warner's investments in numerous digital media companies and served on the board of directors of privately held Maker Studios and Bluefin Labs prior to their sales to the Walt Disney Company and Twitter, respectively. Lam has previously served on twenty boards of directors over the years and currently serves on the board of Magnite (NASDAQ: MGNI), the leading, independent omni-channel sell-side software platform, empowering programmatic ad sales at a truly global scale, as well as on the non-profit board of The Center for Reproductive Rights. She also spent several years in investment banking within the M&A group at Morgan Stanley and the Media and Telecommunications group at Credit Suisse. Lam received a B.S. in industrial engineering and operations research from U.C. Berkeley in 1989 and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School in 1994.

Alan Pickerill, Independent Director and Chair of Audit Committee

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Over a 30+ year career Mr. Pickerill has served in a variety of finance and accounting roles, mainly for publicly traded technology companies. Most recently he served as Expedia Group's Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer from September 2017 to December 2019 and had been with the Company since 2008. Mr. Pickerill oversaw Expedia Group's accounting, financial reporting and analysis, investor relations, treasury, internal audit, tax and global real estate teams. Previously, he served as Expedia Group's Senior Vice President of Investor Relations and Treasurer. Mr. Pickerill began his career as an accountant for seven years at Deloitte and Touche before working at a variety of publicly traded technology and internet companies, including serving as CFO of INTERLINQ Software Corporation, a publicly-traded technology provider, as well as roles at Microsoft and Getty Images. Mr. Pickerill was licensed as a certified public accountant in Washington in 1991. Mr. Pickerill holds a B.A. degree in Business and Accounting from the University of Washington's Michael G. Foster School of Business.

Amanda Reierson , Independent Director

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Amanda Reierson is a marketing veteran with over two decades of experience in the space, including significant management experience in the home services and property and casualty insurance sectors. Reierson most recently served as Head of Marketing at Sequoia-backed Thumbtack, the modern home management platform that helps homeowners confidently care for their homes. At Thumbtack, Reierson oversaw all branding and creative efforts, growth marketing, CRM and product marketing. Prior, Reierson was Chief Growth Officer for Farmers Insurance, where she was instrumental in the company’s digital transformation, leading media strategy, digital sales, and marketing technology roadmap. Reierson has held additional B2C and B2B marketing positions throughout her career, including strategic roles at Yahoo!, DIRECTV, and The Los Angeles Times. She received her B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Maurice Tulloch, Independent Director and Chair of Compensation Committee

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From March 2019 until his retirement in July 2020, Tulloch was Group CEO at Aviva plc, a leading multinational insurance company headquartered in London. He joined the Board of Directors of Aviva as an Executive Director in June 2017. In his role at Aviva, he oversaw global leadership, operations, strategy, risk management and governance. In addition, from 1992 until 2019, Tulloch held many executive and leadership roles at Aviva prior to serving as its Group CEO. Tulloch has also served on several external boards including PoolRe and as Chair of ClimateWise. Tulloch received a B.A. in economics from University of Waterloo in 1992, an M.B.A. from Heriot-Watt University in 2002, and is a Chartered Professional Accountant CPA, CMA since 1998.

Camilla Velasquez , Independent Director

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Camilla Velasquez is an accomplished senior product and growth leader who currently serves as the SVP and General Manager of New York Times Cooking. Prior, Velasquez worked as SVP of Product and Strategy at Justworks, the fastest growing HR technology company, which provides entrepreneurs, small businesses and non-profits with the SaaS tools and employee benefits needed to grow, in addition to monetizing consumer transactions. Throughout her career, Velasquez also held roles including Director of Payment Products and Multichannel Sales at Etsy and Director of New Product Development at American Express. In addition to her corporate experience, Velasquez sits on the board of ioby, a group that mobilizes neighbors who have good ideas to become powerful citizen leaders who plan, fund, and make positive change in their neighborhoods, and serves as the Board Chair for Young New Yorkers, an arts-based, youth diversion program focused on criminal justice reform. She holds a B.A. in Economics and in Spanish from Cornell University.

Regi Vengalil, Lead Independent Director and Chair of M&A Committee

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Regi Vengalil is the chief financial officer at Metromile. He is responsible for Metromile’s financial management, including financial planning and operations, treasury, investor relations, reinsurance and corporate development.

Mr. Vengalil joined Metromile from Egencia, Expedia Group’s corporate travel division, where he was CFO. He led the global finance team of more than 100 professionals and was responsible for the financial planning and operations, controllership and commercial finance. Before becoming CFO of Egencia, he also served as a member of Expedia Group’s executive team as global head of corporate development and strategy.

Before joining Expedia Group, he was head of strategy, M&A, and business operations at LendingClub. Earlier in his career, he led teams advising financial services and travel firms on growth and M&A at McKinsey & Company.

Mr. Vengalil holds a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in economics; both earned with honors from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.