Monday, December 17, 2012
Pavni Diwanji Co-Founded Mailfrontier, Inc. and served as its Chairman. Prior to MailFrontier, Ms. Diwanji managed the Subscriber Products Division at Excite@Home, which included email and instant-messaging groups that serviced 4 millions subscribers. In 1998, Ms. Diwanji founded the successful Internet startup Kendara, which was later acquired by Excite@Home. She spent the early part of her career at Sun Microsystems, playing diverse roles ranging from architecting products, leading teams, and evangelizing products. Ms. Diwanji spearheaded development of the Java Server effort within JavaSoft at Sun Microsystems and is well-known for the invention of servlets. Ms. Diwanji serves as a Member of Advisory Board at VirtualSynaptics Inc. She served as a Director of MailFrontier, Inc. Ms. Diwanji completed her undergraduate studies at Gujarat University and received a master's degree in computer science from Stanford University.
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Dori Maynard in Memoriam:
Dori J. Maynard: A Legacy of Fierce Love (March 3, 2015)
By Sally Lehrman
Dori's memorial service, Newseum:
Link to view to entire service at the Newseum (1:34:45): https://youtu.be/Xl5TJqEcKD4
Dori's memorial service, Chapel of the Chimes:
Link to view the entire service at Chapel of the Chimes (1:00:56): http://youtu.be/2oL1IkAnCEU
Link to view highlights from the service (05:24): http://youtu.be/tqoAxZ-ZoN4
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