Louise Rogers is currently the Company’s Chief Executive Officer, and has been a member of the board since 2005. Ms. Rogers also serves as a director of Ozy Media. Previously, Ms. Rogers ran the San Francisco consumer operations of CMP Information, publishing the US’s leading music enthusiast titles and digital platforms. Ms. Rogers has 20 years’ experience in the specialist multimedia field, and earlier in her career she was an award-winning journalist and publisher. Ms. Rogers received a BA Hons degree in History of Architecture and Design from Brighton Polytechnic.
Matthew O’Sullivan is currently the Company’s Chief Financial Officer and a member of the board. He has been on the board since he joined the Company in 2007. He trained at Price Waterhouse, London, in the 1980s, and has over 20 years of experience in fast-growing, private equity-backed businesses. Mr. O’Sullivan received an Economics degree in 1983 from Southampton University.
Clifton Cunningham is currently Chief Technology Officer at the Company, having joined the Company in May 2014. Mr Cunningham was previously the CTO of the MailOnline, and was responsible for building the technology team and platform that helped to more than double the user base in three years to well over 180 million monthly unique browsers in 2014. He was also previously the Head of Web Platforms for Capgemini UK, the Head of Enterprise Architecture at ITV and spent a period from 2004 to 2009 in Accenture’s UK technology consulting practice in the United Kingdom. Mr Cunningham received an Electrical Engineering degree with First Class honours in 1999 from The University of Queensland.
Rob Grimshaw joined the Company in November 2014.
Since 2008 Rob has held the position of Managing Director, FT.com. In this capacity, Rob has led the development of the FT’s successful digital business. He is also responsible for the FT’s events business, print subscriptions and its New York Institute of Finance professional development business. Rob joined the Financial Times in 1998, holding a series of commercial roles before taking responsibility for FT.com. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy & Politics from the University of Warwick.