Management Team

Tim Miller
Chairman and CEO

Tim Miller is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Rally. He joined Rally in 2003 to revolutionize how software-driven organizations adapt and respond to change faster with Lean principles, Agile practices, and collaborative methods.

Under Tim's leadership, Rally raised more than $70M from leading venture capitalists including Meritech Capital Partners, Greylock Partners, and Mohr Davidow. Tim grew Rally’s revenue over 500% from 2008 to 2012, and in April 2013, he led Rally through a successful $96M IPO.

Tim is known for his passion around creating strong workplaces and was honored as “CEO of the Year” by ColoradoBiz Magazine. He led Rally to its prestigious place as one of the best places to work in the U.S. In 2012, Rally was named Fortune Magazine’s No. 8 Great Place to Work® (“Best Medium-Sized Workplaces”), and the Wall Street Journal’s No. 18 “Next Big Thing.” Over the past few years, Rally has been honored three times as a Best Place to Work by Outside magazine and one of the best companies to work for in Colorado every year since 2006.

Tim is distinguished by his servant leadership style, which defines Rally’s culture and is core to building highly effective and collaborative teams. Rally’s culture of innovation, collaboration, transparency, and individual empowerment serve as the lifeblood of the business and are keys to its competitive edge. 

Before Rally, Tim spent four years as CEO of Avitek (which was acquired and became BEA's highly successful Portal Development Group). He currently serves on the board of directors of Gnip. Tim holds an M.S. in management science and information systems and a B.A. in economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder, as well as an MBA from Arizona State University.

When he is not at the helm of Rally, Tim can often be found steering a sailboat. In 2001, he took a sabbatical and sailed across the Atlantic, the Mediterranean, and the Caribbean with his wife and two daughters.

Ryan Martens
Founder and CTO

Ryan Martens is the founder and Chief Technology Officer of Rally. Ryan started Rally to change the technology industry by moving it from a slow, wasteful product model to a fast, sustainable service model. He is an expert in helping companies adopt Agile and Lean practices, loosely defined as methods for delivering small batches in quick cycles to speed learning and innovation. Ryan heads the Office of the CTO team, which manages Rally's strategic steering process as well as professional services innovation.

In 2012, Ryan launched Rally For Impact, whose mission is to mobilize citizen engineers to solve the world’s toughest problems. Ryan’s vision of a tech company with a social mission led to Rally being placed on B Lab’s Best For The World list (2012), Rally’s status as a certified B Corporation, and Ryan’s talk at TEDx MileHigh, among others.

Before founding Rally, Ryan directed the corporate Intranet within US West Communications. He also co-founded Avitek, a custom software development firm where he served as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. Ryan's successful efforts at Avitek culminated in an acquisition by BEA Systems, where he served as Director of Product Management for the eCommerce applications division.

Ryan is a founding board member with Entrepreneur’s Foundation of Colorado, a member of the engineering entrepreneurship efforts at the University of Colorado, and a mentor at the Unreasonable Institute.

Ryan received a bachelor’s of science degree in Civil Engineering and an MBA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Ryan lives in Boulder with his wife, son, and a menagerie of animals, gardens and outdoor toys.

Jim Lejeal

Jim Lejeal is the Chief Financial Officer of Rally. He was an angel investor in Rally in 2002 and joined the company in 2008 after spending the previous five years as a board member. Jim has a long history as an effective fundraiser for software startups and has deep expertise leading companies through the rapid growth stage and the IPO process. A successful entrepreneur, Jim has founded and managed multiple companies, including several software and technology companies and a private equity firm.

Jim is currently a board member of VictorOps, a SaaS startup building a collaboration platform for software operations teams. Jim was co-founder and CEO of Oxlo, a company focused on delivering cloud based, real-time integration services to the health-care and automotive industries where he has served on the Board since 2004. Prior to Oxlo, Jim coordinated his own angel investing activities at Lejeal Investments.

In 1997, Jim co-founded Raindance Communications, a publicly traded company, where he held the positions of COO and CFO.  Jim led operations, customer support, sales, marketing, finance and fundraising efforts culminating in Raindance’s IPO.

Jim has an MBA from Loyola Marymount University and is a Military Distinguished Graduate from the U.S. Air Force Academy where he received a bachelor’s degree in management.  Jim lives in Boulder County with his wife and three sons.

Angela T. Tucci

Angela T. Tucci is the Chief Revenue Officer of Rally and is responsible for all revenue generation processes in the organization, which includes Marketing, Sales and Customer Success. A veteran of the enterprise software industry, Angela brings to Rally more than 18 years of experience leading, developing and executing successful global strategy initiatives and driving profitability in organizations. Prior to this role, Angela held the position of Chief Marketing Officer, where she led strategy, branding, solutions, marketing operations, and all internal and external communications.

She previously served as Chief Strategy Officer for Symantec Corporation — a global leader in security, backup, and availability solutions — where she was responsible for the company’s mergers and acquisitions, corporate venture investing, and strategic partnerships. Prior to her tenure at Symantec, Angela was Chief Strategy Officer at NEON Enterprise Software, where she led the development and execution of the company’s corporate strategy and market direction, driving the company to be cash-flow positive for the first time. While at NEON, Angela also acted as CEO of Compliance Spectrum, an IT governance and risk management company. She helped prepare the company for acquisition and turned the company around by focusing on profitability and growth, and presenting a qualified acquirer.

Angela’s background is also steeped in entrepreneurial experience. She co-founded cloud-computing company Terraspring in 1999, which was later acquired by Sun Microsystems, and she also co-founded Indicative Software in 2003, which was acquired by CA/Nimsoft.

Angela is a member of the board of trustees for the Anita Borg Institute, a nonprofit organization focused on the advancement of women in computing and technology. She is also a member of the Women’s Council of the Leeds School of Business at CU Boulder.

She holds a master’s degree in business from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in physics from Princeton University. An avid road cyclist, Angela can often be found enjoying the mountain roads of Boulder County.

Liz Andora
Vice President, People

With more than 20 years of human resources experience, Liz has a strong background in leading Human Resources for large and small technology companies.  She has a history of aligning people strategies with business imperatives creating a diverse, engaging and collaborative culture.  Most recently, Liz was Vice President of Human Resources for Webroot Software, a provider of industry leading security solutions.

Prior to that, Liz enjoyed a nine year tenure with Sun Microsystems holding various leadership positions, most recently the role of Director, HR Mergers & Acquisitions.  In this position, Liz created and executed a global HR M&A strategy to support the company’s strategic objectives.  Prior to Sun, Liz spent seven years with Hewlett-Packard developing and implementing HR strategies in support of various hardware and software organizations.

Liz received her BA in Political Science and her MBA in Marketing from the University of Colorado in Boulder.  Liz and her husband Chris and their two daughters enjoy spending time in the Colorado outdoors skiing, hiking, biking and many other activities.

David Huberman
General Counsel

David Huberman is the general counsel and corporate secretary at Rally. He leads Rally's worldwide legal affairs, including commercial transactions, licensing, intellectual property, general corporate matters, governance and compliance.

David brings to Rally more than 15 years of experience negotiating complex transactions, forging strategic relationships, and handling a broad range of legal and regulatory matters for private and public companies both domestically and internationally.

Before Rally, he served as general counsel and corporate secretary at Webroot, a leading global provider of cloud-based Internet security and security intelligence solutions for consumers and enterprises. Prior to Webroot, David was Assistant General Counsel at Intrado, a leading provider of emergency communication services and technology. David was also an attorney with the Washington D.C. firm Wiley, Rein & Fielding.

David earned his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy Studies from Duke University. David lives in Denver with his wife, son, and daughter, with whom he enjoys skiing, biking, hiking, and following Duke basketball.

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