Ms. Linda Boland Abraham, Managing Director of Crimson Capital (early stage technology company investing and consulting) Background: Since 2014, Ms. Abraham has served as Managing Director of Crimson Capital, which invests in and advises a broad range of early stage technology companies spanning data/analytics, cybersecurity, machine learning, e-commerce, educational technology, clean energy and healthcare. From 1999 to 2013, Ms. Abraham co-founded and served as Executive Vice President of comScore, a leader in digital measurement and analytics which went public in 2007. Prior to co-founding comScore, Ms. Abraham co-founded Paragren Technologies, which provided software for customer relationship management systems, and also served in various roles at Procter & Gamble and Information Resources, Inc., where she developed and commercialized a series of data-driven analytical products. Since January 2021, Ms. Abraham has served as Independent Director and chair of the compensation committee of Carlotz, Inc., an online consignment store company for used vehicles listed on Nasdaq. Additionally, she serves on the boards of the Data Science Institute at the University of Virginia and Tiger 21, a member-based organization focused on investment management and education. Ms. Abraham has been named a Fellow in the Stanford University Distinguished Careers Institute. Ms. Abraham holds a degree in Quantitative Business Analysis from Penn State University.