JackTrip Labs Appoints Lee Ellison Chief Strategy Adviser

JackTrip Labs, a Silicon Valley-based remote music making platform, has named Lee Ellison chief strategy adviser. A growing startup, JackTrip Labs has partnered with Amazon Web Services to offer its technology to thousands of users in more than 50 regions worldwide, and has partnered with Hal Leonard, a print music publisher and leader in digital music technology, to distribute its plug-and-play devices.

Ellison is the former CEO of Audinate, known for its audio networking technology Dante. Ellison grew Audinate from an early venture startup to a publicly listed company. Said Mike Dickey, JackTrip Labs co-founder and CEO: “We are excited to welcome Lee to the JackTrip team. He is a proven leader with firsthand experience growing technology companies, including developing Audinate from startup to global leader. His years of experience in the audio industry will help us continue to foster JackTrip Labs’ mission of successfully connecting musicians in real-time over the Internet. His marketing and partnership expertise will also be vital as we continue to become a creative collaboration medium for musicians around the world.”

As chief strategy adviser, Ellison will work alongside Dickey and other JackTrip leaders to chart the company’s future, advising fundraising, sales, marketing and product strategy as well as developing and maintaining relationships with industry partners. Ellison has more than 40 years of experience in executive management of publicly listed and startup venture technology companies.

Ellison has also worked as the CEO of SustainOne, a strategic management consulting firm; founding sales and marketing officer for Dilithium Networks, which specialized in high-quality multimedia delivery over mobile networks; senior vice president of sales and global operations for Tektronix, a  manufacturer of test and measurement equipment; and senior vice president of sales and marketing for Glenayre, a telecommunication manufacturer.


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