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  • Rebecca Ward brings to Tealeaf a wealth of experience in managing and growing technology businesses. She joins Tealeaf after most recently serving as entrepreneur in residence at Foundation Capital. Previously, Rebecca served as group president of engineering, marketing, and product development at Digex. Revenues grew to $214 million during her tenure. Prior to joining Digex, Rebecca worked for BBN/GTE Internetworking, where she held the position of vice president of product management and engineering. Rebecca began her career with Xerox in 1982 in a technical position and then moved into the sales organization, before joining BBN Systems and Technologies in 1991. Rebecca holds a bachelor's degree in Engineering Technology from Northeastern University, a Master of Computer Science from Boston University, and is a graduate of the MIT Sloan School of Management Executive Business Management Program.
  • Rebecca "Becca" Ward (born 7 February, 1990) is an American sabre fencer. Ward won the gold medal at the sabre 2006 World Fencing Championships after beating Mariel Zagunis 15-11 in the final. A member of the Oregon Fencing Alliance (OFA), she trains with Ed Korfanty and has won a record number of world titles for a female sabre fencer in 2006; Cadet (u17), Junior (u20), Junior Team and Senior. As of June 2007, Ward is is ranked first in the world in both Official and World Cup rankings for senior women sabre fencers. As of July 2007, Ward is the number one ranked senior women's sabre fencer in the United States and on the FIE Rankings. Ward is the only sabrist in the world to beat Tan Xui of China and do so twice this season 2006-2007. Ward won the Grand Prix in Las Vegas and gave up only 30 points of a possible 90. That is five points in each 15 point bout. ...This description was automatically generated from the Wikipedia article "Rebecca Ward" licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. You can replace it.replaceview history
  • Rebecca "Becca" Ward is an American sabre fencer. She won the gold medal at the sabre 2006 World Fencing Championships after beating Mariel Zagunis 15-11 in the final, and took bronze in both individual and team sabre events at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. She also won the women's NCAA national individual sabre championship three times, the first in history to do so in sabre. In 2014, her nomination to be inducted into the U.S.A. Fencing hall of fame was approved.

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