OpenTable CEO Joins Booyah’s Board

OpenTable CEO Joins Booyah’s Board
Jeff Jordan, president and CEO of OpenTable, has joined the board of directors at Booyah, the maker of location-based mobile entertainment app MyTown.

"The combination of Jeff's expertise in the real-world local space and his past experiences in growing businesses is perfect for us as we focus on scaling our company and creating compelling real-world experiences," said Keith Lee, CEO at Booyah.

After spending seven years at eBay Inc. and PayPal, Jordan joined OpenTable in May 2007 as its president and chief executive officer where he helped take the company public in May 2009. Prior in his career he served at CFO at video rental chain Hollywood Entertainment as well as in various capacities at The Walt Disney Corporation for eight years, most recently as senior vice president and chief financial officer of The Disney Store Worldwide. Before that, he worked for The Boston Consulting Group.

In addition to OpenTable, Jordan also serves on the Boards of Directors of CafePress, LiveOps and Zoosk.

Thursday, July 8th 2010

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