Quinlan has over 20 years senior management experience in information technology. Quinlan held executive roles with Visa including Chief Technology Officer (global), Chief Information Officer (Asia Pacific), and Chief Information Security Officer (global). Quinlan currently serves as a Board member for the Government Technology Agency (GovTech) for Singapore.
As Global CTO for Visa Inc, Quinlan’s responsibilities covered IT strategy and planning, enterprise architecture, R&D, mergers and acquisitions, data analytics and IT strategic sourcing. Before joining Visa, he held senior technology positions with Boral, Bay Networks, and Hypertec where he designed the build out of global infrastructure including state-of-the-art data centers, international networks, and high-tech facilities. Quinlan holds a B.S. from the University of New South Wales.
Dr. Scott Edington
Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Scott Edington provides executive leadership and oversight for Deep Labs. Edington’s career spans over two decades of creating next generation technology capabilities in the Payments, Defense, and Intelligence sectors.
Prior to co-founding Deep Labs, Edington served as the Global Head of Research & Development for Visa Inc. Edington played a critical role in both the formulation and execution of Visa’s innovation and technology strategies and served as a member of Visa’s Architectural Leadership Board (ALB). Edington most recently served as Visa’s representative to the International Organization for Standardization/IEC JTC1.
Michael (Mike) Dreyer is the Chief Operations Officer of Silicon Valley Bank and is responsible for bank and non-bank operations worldwide. Dreyer oversees SVB’s core operations, enterprise project management, client service and information technology teams.
Before joining SVB, Mike was President and COO of Monitise, where he was responsible for the design, build, and operations of its technology globally, and he ran the company’s Americas business.
Previously, Dreyer was the CIO of Visa Inc., responsible for the company’s systems and technology platforms. Prior to his role at Visa, Mike was CIO of Inovant, where he oversaw the development and management of Visa’s global systems technology. Additionally, Mike held senior positions at American Express, Prime Financial, Inc., Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Downey Savings, Bank of America, and the Fairmont Hotel Management Company.
Dreyer holds a Bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Business Administration from Washington State University.
Chief Science Officer
Patrick Faith’s distinguished career spans over three decades of creating next generation technology capabilities in the Payments, Defense, and Intelligence sectors. Faith currently serves as Deep Labs’ Chief Science & Technology Officer providing thought leadership, direction and hands-on development on Deep Labs’ extreme-scale data and processing platforms.
Prior to co-founding Deep Labs, Faith served as the Chief Technology Advisor for Visa Labs, the advanced Research and technology incubation arm of Visa Inc. In this capacity, he established an incubator and two global research facilities. His leadership in implementing the first Hadoop systems at Visa directly led to the creation of the Visa Central Analytics Environment which all of Visa’s Fraud and Data Product capabilities leverage. Faith holds the most patents in Visa Inc. history and was most recently awarded his 167th patent. In 2014, Visa Inc. named Faith Distinguished Engineer and Fellow. This title, the first and only of its kind at Visa Inc., represented the culmination of two decades of technology leadership in the Banking and Payments spaces.
Prior to Visa, Faith operated as a lead developer at Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Programs primarily serving the US Defense and Intelligence Communities. In this role, Faith participated in the capability development of Artificial Intelligence systems, robotics, virtual reality, material science and sensor networks.
Rob is an Investor, Advisor and Non-executive Director to financial services and technology companies transforming our world. He is the founder and CEO of financial services principal investing firm Serendipity Capital. He is also currently a Non-executive Director of disruptor digital bank TYME, and a Senior Advisor to Block One, the world’s largest blockchain company.
Rob was also former President of Block One, responsible for scaling its operations globally. Rob was Group Executive, Financial Services, and Chief Financial Officer of Commonwealth Bank of Australia; and Head of Financial institutions Global Emerging Markets at Credit Suisse working across APAC, CEMEA and Latin America. He’s a former Managing Director at both JP Morgan and Barclays. Rob has been recognized in Asia Fintech Top 100 Leaders 2016; and awarded Asia Pacific FIG M&A Advisor of the Year 2008 by the Financial Times.
Gunnar S Overstrom III
Gunnar S Overstrom is a Partner at Corsair Capital where he serves as a member of both the Investment Committee and the firm’s Management Committee. He joined Corsair in 2020 and has been involved with a number of the firm’s investments since 2014. He is a board member of Corsair portfolio companies First Eagle Holdings and Spring Ventures Group.
Prior to joining Corsair, Mr. Overstrom held a number of senior roles in the financial services and asset management industries. From 2001 to 2012, Mr. Overstrom was a Partner at Maverick Capital, where he was responsible for managing investments across the Financial and Business Services sectors and was a member of the firm’s Management Committee. After Maverick, Mr. Overstrom was the Founder and Managing Principal of Three Corner Global, a boutique hedge fund focused on investing globally in financials, business services, and adjacent sectors. In addition to his public markets investment experience, Mr. Overstrom has been involved in a number of successful private investments in high growth and emerging sectors within financial services. Prior to joining Maverick in 2001, Mr. Overstrom was a member of Morgan Stanley’s Financial Institutions Group in New York from 1994-2001, where he worked on many industry-leading mergers and acquisitions and capital raisings. While at Morgan Stanley, Mr. Overstrom also worked with the Corporate Office on strategy and M&A, reviewing potential acquisitions and mergers for the parent company. Mr. Overstrom started his career at Citigroup, where he went through the firm’s credit training program, and worked on real estate workouts and in the firm-wide strategy group.
Mr. Overstrom holds an M.B.A. from Cornell University, where he received the Wall Street Journal Award in recognition of outstanding achievement in finance and the A. Donald Kelso Award given to individuals who have contributed significantly to the achievement of the school, and a B.A. from Hobart College.
Reginald Van Lee
Reginald (Reggie) Van Lee is the Chief Transformation Officer of the Carlyle Group and the former Head of Commercial Business & Executive Vice President of the global management and technology consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. In this capacity, Reggie focused on cyber security, deep analytics and regulatory compliance. He is the co-author of the book, “Mega communities – How Leaders of Government, Business and Non-Profits Can Tackle Today’s Global Challenges Together.”
Amongst many notable accolades, Reggie received the 2008 Black Engineer of the Year Award, Consulting Magazine named Reggie as one of the top 25 consultants in the world in 2008, and he was identified as one of the 2009 Washington Minority Business Leaders by the Washington Business Journal. Reggie has co-authored a number of articles on the topic of strategy implementation. These articles have appeared in publications such as The Journal of Business Strategy and Business Horizons. He has appeared on ABC-TV’s “World News This Morning” and CNBC, and co-led the Urban Enterprise Initiative, which focused on driving enhanced competitiveness of small businesses in Harlem.
Reggie holds a Bachelors and Masters in Civil Engineering from MIT and a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard University.