Dana Schwartz is currently V.P. of Marketing at Terma Software Labs.
She has over 25 years of experience in the design and marketing of enterprise software systems. As one of the founders of Terma Software,
she has contributed to the growth of the company since its founding in 2003. Prior to her role at Terma, Dana was VP Product marketing
at Folded Space, the company that developed AutoSys/JobVision and which was later acquired by Platinum Technologies. She was co-founder,
with Jennifer Chisik, of InfoStructures, Inc., a software development and consulting firm which brought to market TESTBytes, a test data
generation product for relational databases, acquired by Logic Works, Inc. As a Product Marketing consultant, Dana has provided strategic
consulting for a variety of firms including Mercury Interactive, e-Security (acquired by Novell) Motorola, and others.
Dana's professional pursuits have coincided with her interest in Eastern philosophy and she studied with H.E. Khempo Yurmed Tinley Rinpoche for many years prior to his passing in 2005. She is President of the non-profit organization founded by Khempo Rinpoche, Osel Dorje Nyingpo, and in 2004 co-sponsored, with the University of Miami, the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Florida.
Dana currently lives in Boulder, Colorado where she goes soaring as often as she can with her brother who is an accomplished pilot.