David is a veteran tech founder with a broad range of experience in high growth environments. David co founded Enstratius in 2009 with George Reese to provide an infrastructure management platform for enterprise applications in public and private clouds. Enstratius was acquired by Dell in 2013. Prior to that David held leadership roles at Retek, Accenture and Optimi Corp.
At Seeka TV, David leads the growth and strategy of the Seeka.TV platform breaking down the once hierarchical structure of the film industry and bringing the power to the creatives of this generation.
Vice President, Programming
George Reese has worked in television, film, and technology as an entrepreneur and independent filmmaker for over 25 years. He began his career working as a production assistant on Judge Wapner’s The People’s Court. Since then, he has started several companies and worked on dozens of productions in just about every behind-the-camera role imaginable. George’s prior company, Enstratius, was acquired by Dell in 2013. His feature screenplay Reconquista recently won Best Action/Thriller Script at the New Hope Film Festival.
At Seeka TV, George leads a team that seeks out the highest quality shows for the our platform. This team scours the festivals for the best of the best and brings them to Seeka TV. In addition, he serves as Executive Producer on select co-produced and original Seeka TV content.
Co-Founder and CTO of SeekaTV
Dr. Donald F. Ferguson is co-founder and CTO of Seeka.tv. Don focuses on innovation and implementation of the Seeka.tv platform, and identifying leading technical capabilities for content providers and users.
Don has over 30 years experience leading technical projects in the computer industry. Prior to Seeka.tv, Don was vice president and chief technology officer for Dell’s Software Group. Don lead the architecture, implementation design, technical strategy and innovation for Dell Software Group products and solutions. Don's experiences before Dell include: executive vice president and chief technology officer for CA Technologies, and Microsoft Technical Fellow. Don began his career at IBM in 1984 and worked for IBM for more than twenty years. In 2001 Don became an IBM Fellow, IBM's highest technical honor. Don is the only person to have been an IBM Fellow, Microsoft Technical Fellow and Dell Senior Fellow. Don has over a dozen patents and 50 technical presentations. Don made significant contributions to the definitions of J2EE and Web Services, and is often cited as the "Father of WebSphere." Don was the 2013 recipient of the Columbia Engineering Alumni Associations Thomas Egleston Medal for Distinguished Engineering Achievement, awarded annually for recognition of distinguished achievement in engineering or applied science.