Charles Schwab, Board Member

Charles R. Schwab is chairman of the Board of the Charles Schwab Corp. He started his San Francisco-based firm in 1971 as a traditional brokerage company and in 1974 became a pioneer in the discount brokerage business. Mr. Schwab is also Chairman of Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. and Charles Schwab Bank, and a trustee of The Charles Schwab Family of Funds, Schwab Investments, Schwab Capital Trust and Schwab Annuity Portfolios, all registered investment companies.

He has been Chairman and a director of The Charles Schwab Corporation since its incorporation in 1986. He also served as Chief Executive Officer from 1986 to 1997 and as Co-Chief Executive Officer from 1998 until 2004. He was re-appointed Chief Executive Officer in 2004 and served in that role until October 2008.

In addition to his professional commitments, Mr. Schwab takes an active interest in a variety of volunteer and non-profit activities. Along with his wife Helen, he is the co-founder and chairman of the Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation, a private foundation that supports entrepreneurial organizations working in education, poverty prevention, human services and health. Mr. Schwab also serves as chairman of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Larry W. Sonsini, Board Observer

Chairman of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Larry W. Sonsini has gained international recognition for his expertise in the areas of corporate law, corporate governance, securities, and mergers and acquisitions. He has been instrumental in many of the IPOs, mergers, acquisitions, and other key transactions of Silicon Valley and beyond, including Google's historic IPO and Hewlett-Packard's merger with Compaq Computer.

In addition to his duties at the firm, which included serving as chief executive officer as well as chairman for more than 20 years, Mr. Sonsini served as chairman of the New York Stock Exchange's Commission on Corporate Governance, which was formed in 2009 and issued its final report in fall 2010. Larry is also a member of the NYSE's Proxy Working Group and served as a member of the NYSE's board of directors from 2001 to 2003. He also served as chairman of the NYSE's Regulation, Enforcement and Listing Standards Committee until 2008, and previously was a member of the NYSE's Legal Advisory Committee and the NYSE Committee for Review.

Robert Finocchio, Jr., Board Member

Mr. Finocchio has over 30 years of operating experience in the software, Internet, and infrastructure markets. He served as president, CEO and Chairman of Informix Corporation, an information management software company acquired by IBM. Prior to Informix, he held various executive management positions at 3Com and the ROLM Corporation.

In addition to serving on the board of JustAnswer, Mr. Finocchio serves on the boards of Broadcom Corporation, Echelon Corporation, Silver-Peak Systems and Embrane Inc. He serves as chair of the Board of Trustees at Santa Clara University, where he is also a dean's executive professor at Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business. He is also a venture partner with Advanced Technology Ventures.

Sanford R. Robertson, Board Member

Sanford R. Robertson is a partner at Francisco Partners, a large technology buyout fund. With a focus on structured investments in technology and technology-related businesses, Francisco Partners is a pioneer in the private equity category of Technology Buyouts.

Prior to founding Francisco Partners, Sanford was the founder and Chairman of Robertson, Stephens & Co., a leading technology investment bank formed in 1978, and sold to BankBoston in 1998. Sanford was also the founder of Robertson, Colman, Siebel & Weisel, later renamed Montgomery Securities. Sanford was one of the pioneers in the creation of West Coast technology banking as an industry in the late 1960s, and has remained one of the industry's most renowned participants to this date. He has had significant financing involvement in over 500 growth technology companies throughout his career, including 3Com Corporation; America Online, Inc.; Applied Materials, Inc.; Dell Computer Corporation; E*Trade Securities, Inc.; Siebel Systems, Inc.; and Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sanford currently serves on the boards of directors of Pain Therapeutics, Dolby, RPX and

Andy Kurtzig, CEO

Andy Kurtzig is the founder and CEO of JustAnswer. He started JustAnswer in 2003 and spent the first two and a half years programming the website and listening to users. Recently named one of the Bay Area's most admired CEOs by the San Francisco Business Times, Kurtzig is also an active philanthropist.

JustAnswer is the third in a series of successful companies Kurtzig has founded. While a student at the University of California, Berkeley, he started Anser Corp, which developed software for the newspaper industry. After ANSER was acquired, Kurtzig founded eBenefits, an internet Human Resources application. At eBenefits, he partnered with Fortune 500 companies Automatic Data Processing (ADP) and Marsh & McLennan, raised venture capital from NEA, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and WR Hambrecht, and then eBenefits was acquired. Kurtzig is also an occasional angel investor with past successful investments including StubHub (acquired by eBay) and iLike (acquired by MySpace).

He and his wife Sara founded and host the annual Royal Ball to support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. When not working, Kurtzig enjoys playing with his three young kids.