Fragmob is privileged to benefit from a team of advisors who are experts in their respective fields.
Chris Wong, Founder, CEO, and Chairman of LifeSite
CEO of LifeSite, Chris Wong is a proven executive and highly-regarded strategist in the enterprise software industry. A Silicon Valley veteran Chris is an experienced tech entrepreneur and operator.
Over the past 30 years, Chris has held a variety of senior management positions and helped chart and participate in the execution of some of the most successful technology companies. Chris has extensive M&A and business development experience, leveraging a vast network of business partners and resources.
Additionally before co-founding LifeSite, Chris has served as the SVP of Corporate & Business Development for Ooyala, CEO for PathConnect, EVP/Chief Product Officer for Agile Software and VP of Products and Technology Strategy at PeopleSoft, both acquired by Oracle. His startup credentials began with SkillsVillage, Inc. as the chairman, CEO, and Founder of a company which he led from inception to acquisition by PeopleSoft in June 2001.
Chris has also served as an advisor to several companies and organizations including Garage Technology Ventures, an industry leader in seed-stage and early-stage venture capital investing, the Make The Difference Network (MTDN), the Joint US-China Cooperation on Clean Energy (JUCCCE), SkiSpace.com, PixBlitz Studios, Orb Media Group, Neurosky and ThinOptics.
CJ Little, Technologist & Entrepreneur
CJ is a life-long technologist who is driven by solving problems. CJ’s unique understanding of the balance among business strategy, product development, and technology allows him to be as comfortable working with developers as he is pitching investors.
CJ grew up in a world where he thought outside of the box with the ability to engineer solutions for anything. His programming career began with his first computer at age four, and CJ spent his childhood mastering advanced programming languages, taking apart and repairing electronics and circuitry, and managing internet nodes and forums. Finally at age 14, CJ started his first technology consulting “company” and was offered several internships with game development shops. By age 16, as the head of his class with a perfect GPA, CJ dropped out of high school to pursue his passion of technology.
CJ’s strengths lie in leading the technology and product vision, developing the idea, executing its delivery, and scaling the operations. His is focused on leveraging his unique skillset to build and lead the technical and operational teams necessary to grow a business to success.