Jason Chapnik, Chair

Jason Chapnik is the founder, Chief Executive Officer and Chair of Intercap Inc. (“Intercap”) and has over 30 years of experience as an investor and entrepreneur. He is also on the board of E Automotive Inc. (“E Inc.”), a TSX-listed provider of web solutions and online car auctions for automotive dealers, Guestlogix Inc., a technology company that provides onboard and off-board retail technology and merchandising systems, StickerYou Inc., a platform for custom sticker creation, Kaboom Fireworks Inc., a Canadian fireworks superstore operating over 75 storefronts and a web-based store, Plex Inc., a personal media server system and software suite, Condo Control, a provider of property management software solutions for condominium boards, Faraday, a provider of marketing solutions for e-commerce brands, Fiera Cosmetics, an online retailer of cosmetics, Sharestates, a real estate crowdfunding platform for private investors, Viafoura Inc., an online provider of community engagement and management systems, Vish, a provider of chemical and materials management for hair salons, and OWL, a provider of software solutions for charitable organizations. Previously, Jason served on several boards, including TouchTech Corporation (acquired by Move Inc.), The TV Corporation (acquired by Verisign Inc.), Dealer Dot Com, Inc. (“Dealer.com”), a digital marketing technology company, and then Dealertrack Inc. (“Dealertrack”), following its acquisition of Dealer.com. Jason holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Management Information Systems, Entrepreneurship and Real Estate Analysis from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.

Claudio Erba, Director and Chief Executive Officer

Claudio Erba has been the Chief Executive Officer and board member of Docebo since he founded it in 2005. Until 2021, he was also Docebo’s President. He has over 18 years of experience in the learning and development industry. Prior to this, Mr. Erba was a guest lecturer on Content Management Systems at the University of Florence. Mr. Erba holds a degree in Economics and Marketing from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, Italy.

William Anderson, Director

William Anderson has over 15 years of experience leading software businesses. Mr. Anderson is currently the President of Resolver Inc, a division of Kroll LLC (“Kroll”). Previously, Mr. Anderson was the CEO of Resolver Inc., from 2014 to 2022 before their sale to Kroll. Mr. Anderson also served as Executive Vice President with Iron Data Solutions Inc. from 2010 to 2014 and was an employee with a division of TSX Listed Constellation Software (“CSU.TO”) from 2003 to 2010. Mr. Anderson holds a Bachelor of Commerce Honors degree in Finance from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.

James Merkur, Director

James Merkur has over 20 years of experience in the investment banking and private equity industry. He is the President at Intercap. Mr. Merkur also currently sits on the board of E Inc., Guestlogix Inc. (where he was appointed following its emergence from bankruptcy protection), a retail software business for airlines, Plex Inc., a media streaming business, Sharestates Inc., a mortgage originator and underwriter and Viafoura Inc. (post-bankruptcy), a company that works with brands to engage, convert and monetize digital audiences. He is also the Vice Chairman of Brass Enterprises, a real estate investment company. Prior to these roles, Mr. Merkur was Managing Director at Canaccord and has held senior roles at leading investment banks including Genuity Capital Markets, CIBC World Markets and Goldman Sachs. Mr. Merkur’s past board positions include Resolver Inc., NYX Gaming Group Ltd. (acquired by Scientific Games Corporation) and Canaccord Genuity Acquisition Corp. and Canaccord Genuity Growth Corp., both special purpose acquisition corporations. Mr. Merkur holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec and a Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration from the University of Toronto.

Kristin Halpin Perry, Director

Kristin Halpin Perry has over 25 years of experience as a human resources executive in a variety of different global business sectors, having worked in both large public companies and private high-growth technology companies. Ms. Halpin Perry is the founder and Human Resources Leader and Executive Coach of Veraz Consulting (“Veraz”), a human resources consulting firm. She is also currently the Chief People Officer of Polly (formerly DealerPolicy Inc.) and is on the board of Fluency Inc., an enterprise automation platform for advertising. Ms. Halpin Perry is also on the board of trustees for Champlain College. Prior to founding Veraz and becoming a board member of Docebo, Ms. Halpin Perry was the Chief Talent Officer at Dealer.com, a digital marketing technology company. Dealer.com was acquired by Dealertrack, where Ms. Halpin Perry was Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Internal Communications until Dealertrack was acquired by Cox Automotive Inc., where she then became Senior Vice President of Human Resources (Software Group) from 2015 to 2016. Prior to these roles, she was Senior Director, Human Resources at Development Alternatives, Inc., an international social and economic development company from 2009 to 2010. Between 2006 and 2008, Ms. Halpin Perry was Senior Human Resources Manager of GE Healthcare, a leading provider of medical imaging, monitoring, biomanufacturing and cell and gene therapy technologies and during this time she spent one year working in London, United Kingdom at IDX Systems Corporation, a medical software company that was acquired by GE Healthcare in 2005. She was also the Head of Human Resources in Hong Kong, at Expedia APAC, a leading technology online travel agency. Ms. Halpin Perry holds an International Coach Federation License, an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration from Champlain College in Vermont, a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Saint Michael’s College in Vermont and an Executive and Transitional Coaching Certification from the Hudson Institute of Coaching.

Trisha Price, Director

Trisha Price has over 15 years of of financial services and technology experience. Ms. Price is currently the Chief Product Officer at Pendo.io, a platform that combines in-app messaging with product analytics and user feedback. Prior to joining Pendo.io in 2021, she served as Chief Product Officer at nCino, Inc. (“nCino”), a single end-to-end digital banking platform, where she led the nCino team responsible for the design, development and roadmap of the nCino Bank Operating System. Prior to joining nCino in 2019, Ms. Price held various positions at Primatics Financial, including Head of Global Sales, and at Fannie Mae. Ms. Price holds a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Mathematics and Mathematics Education from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, and a Master of Liberal Arts in Extension Studies, Software Engineering from Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts.

Steven E. Spooner, Director

Steven Spooner has over 35 years of experience in the technology and telecommunications sector. In 2019, Mr. Spooner retired from his role as the Chief Financial Officer (held since 2003) at Mitel Networks Corporation (“Mitel”), a $1.3 billion global telecommunications company providing unified communications solutions for businesses. As Mitel’s Chief Financial Officer, he had global responsibility for finance, operations, legal, information technology, mergers and acquisitions and investor relations. Mitel was a publicly listed issuer on the TSX and NASDAQ stock exchanges until it was acquired by Searchlight Capital Partners, L.P. in 2018. He currently serves as a director of Jamieson Wellness Inc., a TSX-listed branded manufacturer, distributor and marketer of high-quality natural health products in Canada; and E. Inc., a TSX listed automotive auction technology company. His private board roles include Key DH Technologies, a manufacturer of electrolysis systems and producer of Deuterium solutions and Eunomart, a Paris, France based software company providing solutions to combat art fraud. Steve is a Governor-in-Waiting at The Ottawa Hospital and a past member of the Carleton University Sprott School of Business Advisory Board. Previously, Mr. Spooner was the Chief Operating Officer at Wysdom Inc., a privately held mobile software company, Chief Executive Officer and board member at Stream Intelligent Networks Corp., a private telecommunications company and Chief Financial Officer at CrossKeys Systems Corp., a network management software company formerly listed on the TSX and NASDAQ. From 2009 to 2015, Mr. Spooner served as a director and Audit Committee Chair of Magor Corporation, a visual collaboration software company that was publicly listed on the TSX Venture Exchange prior to its acquisition by Harris Computer Systems Corporation. Mr. Spooner was also a director and Finance and Audit Committee Chair of the Ottawa Hospital Foundation from 2007 to 2016. He has also sat on several strategic advisory boards for emerging tech companies. Steven has more than 35 years of U.S. GAAP reporting expertise and thirteen years of IFRS reporting oversight. He has also led two cross-border initial public offerings, overseen numerous mergers and acquisitions and raised several billion dollars in debt and equity financings. Mr. Spooner holds an Honours Bachelor of Commerce from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. He is also a Fellow Chartered Professional Accountant, a Fellow Chartered Accountant and holds a Director designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors. He is currently the Director-in-Residence for the Institute’s Audit Committee Excellence program. Mr. Spooner was also recognized in October 2018 as the inaugural Chief Financial Officer of the Year by the Ottawa Board of Trade and Ottawa Business Journal.