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Executive Advisor

Craig Weick

As Executive Director of Co-Location & Connectivity at a leading financial exchange, Mr. Weick is responsible for pricing and defining global services as well as creating strategic roadmaps for offerings. These responsibilities include revenue management, product policy, regulatory compliance and financial analysis.

Before his current role, Mr. Weick served for more than ten years as an internal advisor for AT&T and as a leading consultant regarding data centers, common carrier hotels, and fiber optics networks. For AT&T, Mr. Weick served as a single point of contact for data centers and carrier hotels in Chicago, directing strategic, fiber optic builds.

As a founding principal of a nationwide consulting group focusing on power utility & telecommunication deregulation, Mr. Weick created strategic partnerships between telecommunication carriers and property owners for over 30 million square feet of commercial space. During this time, Mr. Weick also served as a financial management consultant to power utilities across the country like Cinergy, Excel, PNM & Sierra Pacific.

Mr. Weick received a BA in Economics from the University of Illinois, Champaign in 1990. Mr. Weick has been published in trade magazines, has spoken at industry conferences and received certifications, including AWS in 2017 and Google Cloud in 2021.

Executive Advisor

Jay Adelson

Jay Adelson is a serial entrepreneur and investor known for his work founding and running internet technology companies.

Most recently, Jay co-founded Center Electric, a venture capital firm focused on Internet infrastructure and Scorbit, a retro-gaming technology company. He also serves as Chief Strategy Officer for LoveBook, LLC, and sits on several boards, including Megaport Pty Ltd and its subsidiaries.

Jay founded Equinix (EQIX) in 1998, where he developed its business model, growing it to become the world's largest datacenter company and Internet exchange service, taking the company public and leading it towards a multi-billion dollar evaluation. Jay founded Revision3 in 2005, the first Internet television network, selling it to Discovery Communications in 2012. As CEO of Digg, Jay launched what was arguably the first social media company to tens of millions of users and billions of impressions per month, leaving at its peak in 2010. Jay served as CEO and sold SimpleGeo to Urban Airship in 2011 and founded Opsmatic in 2013, which he sold in 2015.

Jay’s passion for Internet infrastructure and communications is the thread between all of his ventures and led to him being named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in 2008.