Sandy Khaund came to Turner from Irynsoft, a mobile education company he founded in 2009 to bring collaborative video-based learning software to mobile devices. In 2011, Irynsoft was named among the Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Fast Company, named a finalist for a World Technology Award, and selected for a Kauffman Foundation fellowship.
Before Irynsoft, Sandy was COO of Piczo, a teen social network that was acquired by Stardoll in February 2009. He also spent six years at Microsoft, where he helped implement .NET design patterns, co-founded CodePlex (Microsoft’s open source collaborative development site), and owned Microsoft’s employee blogging platform (at the time, the largest in the world). Prior to Microsoft, Sandy held various engineering and technical positions at Intel, Boston Consulting Group, and Lockheed Martin. Sandy holds three patents and has published several papers.
Sandy has a BS & M.Eng in Electrical Engineering from Cornell, a BA in Physics from Ithaca College, and an MBA from Wharton.