Craig Walker appeared in the Wall Street Journal Accelerators blog today giving his opinion on the topic of net neutrality. The Accelerators is run with contributed content from mentors in the startup community discussing the challenges of creating new businesses.
About Craig Walker, CEO UberConference
Craig Walker has a broad background as an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, executive and corporate attorney. He co-founded UberConference in 2012 with $18 million from Andreessen Horowitz and Google Ventures.
Craig’s career in telecommunications began in 2001 when he ran Dialpad Communications, which he sold to Yahoo! in 2005. He then co-founded and ran GrandCentral Communications, which he sold to Google in July 2007. It became Google Voice.
Craig is a graduate of UC Berkeley (BA), Georgetown University (MBA) and Boalt Hall School of Law (JD). He was presented with the Georgetown Entrepreneurial Excellence Award as an Outstanding Alumni Entrepreneur in April 2014.