Board of Directors

Insight and expertise proven SaaS veterans.


Executive Chairman


Larry drives product launches, organizational productivity, employee engagement, and customer satisfaction while expanding market reach for all ThinkHR solutions.

Larry is a seasoned SaaS executive with over 30 years of experience spanning the entire spectrum of activities in the software industry. He most recently served as chief revenue officer and executive vice president, sales, at Ceridian and senior vice president, global HCM products, at Lawson. He also currently sits on the board of directors of ThinkHR and Asurint.

Larry earned a B.S. in chemistry and an M.B.A. at Northwestern University.

Steve Klei

Chief Finance Officer

With over 20 years of CFO experience managing high growth, founder-led entrepreneurial environments, including five successful, fast-growing SaaS-based companies, Steve is widely regarded as one of the country’s top financial executives for venture-backed software companies.

In addition to his board role at ThinkHR, Steve serves as audit committee chair on the board of Demandbase, as a member of the CFO advisory board for Silicon Valley Bank, the advisory board at Ceevra, and the board for Tribe Dynamics.

Most recently, Steve was CFO at Kabam. Prior to that, Steve was CFO at four other SaaS-based companies: Jigsaw (acquired by, ZANTAZ, ProBusiness, and Xactly.

Steve has a B.S. in accounting from Central Michigan University.


Steve has led successful corporate expansion initiatives throughout his 25-year career. He most recently served as president and CEO of DocuSign. Previously, he was president and CEO of ZANTAZ, where he grew revenues 3,400 percent in a five-year period before the company’s acquisition by Autonomy Group.

Steve also held executive positions at E*TRADE, helping increase revenues from $100 million to $1.5 billion. Steve became CEO of E*OFFERING, the online investment bank of E*TRADE, and led its sale to Wit Soundview. He also held senior management positions at Thomson Reuters and Ziff-Davis.

A recipient of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Steve holds a B.S. in business administration and an M.B.A. from Thomas Edison State College, where he serves on the board of the TESC Foundation.

Sanjay Dholakia

Sanjay Dholakia is an operating advisor for Guidepost Growth Equity and a senior advisor for Warburg Pincus. He currently serves as an independent board member for Asurint, Magic Memories, and Navis.

Sanjay most recently served as Marketo’s CMO through its worldwide expansion and IPO, helping to scale the company nearly 10-fold before its $1.8B acquisition by Vista Equity Partners. Sanjay has also held senior leadership positions at Crowd Factory, Lithium Technologies, SumTotal Systems. He began his career as an advisor at McKinsey & Company and Andersen Consulting.

Sanjay holds a B.A. in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. in strategy and marketing from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Peter Yozzo

Pete founded ThinkHR in 2005 with the goal of empowering HR professionals and leveraging human interaction as a key differentiator in the underserved HR market. Under his leadership, ThinkHR grew to serve employers across the country and set the standard for helping companies empower, manage, and train their workforce.

A serial entrepreneur, Pete founded Blaise Software, Mindshare Group, and The Capital Group.

Pete holds a B.S. in finance from Lehigh University where he was an NCAA wrestling champion. Still passionate about wrestling, Pete coaches at the high school level.

mike gaburo

Mike is an experienced CEO, COO, and board member with a 15-year track record growing, scaling, and acquiring financial technology and human capital management (HCM) SaaS businesses. In these roles, Mike has driven sustained growth in revenue, margin, EBITDA, and stock price. Skilled at building strong teams, Mike has a strong track record of leading companies to sales and service excellence.

Mike began his career in investment banking and earned his M.B.A. from Harvard, where he was a Baker Scholar.

roshen menon

Roshen Menon is a managing partner of Guidepost Growth Equity and has been with the firm since its inception in 2007. Roshen has been making growth equity investments for over 13 years and focuses on vertical software and technology-enabled investments in healthcare and information services.

Previously, Roshen was with Summit Partners and was also a corporate strategy consultant at Deloitte Consulting, advising domestic and international healthcare and technology corporate clients on mergers and acquisitions, growth strategy, operations, and new product development. He began his career as an investment banker in the Financial Institutions Group at FleetBoston Financial.

Roshen has an A.B. in psychology and Asian studies from Bowdoin College, where he was a Sarah and James Bowdoin Scholar.

Chris Cavanagh

Chris Cavanagh is principal of Guidepost Growth Equity. Chris focuses on originating, evaluating, and managing growth equity investments in the technology and technology-enabled services sectors. He enjoys partnering with entrepreneurs of rapidly growing companies and supporting them through their company’s next phase of growth.

Previously, Chris was a vice president at Great Hill Partners, a $5.3 billion Boston-based growth-focused private equity firm. Chris was involved in investments in software, internet, and business services and was responsible for originating, evaluating, and executing investment opportunities, as well as assuming board of director responsibilities at portfolio companies.
He began his career as an investment banking analyst at Citigroup in New York, where he focused in the consumer products and retail sectors.

Chris earned his B.A. in economics at University of Notre Dame.