Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
John Hall has served as a Director and Chief Executive Officer of Intapp since 2007. He has built Intapp into a global leader in software for professional and financial services firms. Hall is a regular presenter at industry events, covering topics such as using innovation to enable client success. Prior to Intapp, Hall co-founded VA Linux Systems and helped lead the company from its startup phase to its IPO.
Beverly Allen joined the Intapp Board of Directors in 2022. She currently serves as Inovalon’s General Counsel and Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer, and oversees Inovalon’s corporate compliance program. Prior to joining Inovalon in 2016, Allen was Chief Integrity Officer at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C., a nationally recognized health care provider. Allen’s previous experience also includes various leadership positions with Booz Allen Hamilton and SRA International; Senior Attorney Advisor for the U.S. Department of Education’s District of Columbia Enforcement Office; and Senior Advisor for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Allen is a member of the District of Columbia Bar’s Legal Ethics Committee and the Board of Directors of My Sister’s Place in Washington, D.C. She is also a Vice Chair of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Health Law Network. Allen received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia, a J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law, and a master’s degree from Georgetown University.
Ralph Baxter joined the Intapp board in 2021. He previously served as a director of the Intapp operating subsidiary, Integration Appliance Inc., from 2016 to 2021. Baxter regularly advises law firms, legal technology companies, and corporate law departments on their strategies and execution and emerging models for improved delivery of legal service. From 1990 to 2013, Baxter served as Chairman and CEO of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, a leading global law firm, and launched numerous transformative initiatives during his tenure, including the creation of Orrick’s Global Operations Center in Wheeling, West Virginia, and changes in the firm’s talent and pricing models. Baxter is a member of the Legal Advisory Board of LegalZoom, a Senior Advisor and member of the Advisory Board of the Stanford Law School Center on the Legal Profession, a member of the Advisory Board of the Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession. Baxter received his bachelor’s degree in History from Stanford University and a J.D. from the University of Virginia.
Mukul Chawla has served as a member of the Intapp Board of Directors since 2017. Chawla is a Partner and Head of Growth Equity in Asia Pacific at KKR. Prior to joining KKR, he was Senior Managing Director at Temasek International, an affiliate of Anderson, and Co-Head of its global Technology, Media, and Telecom and North America groups.
Previously, Chawla was a private equity investor at Warburg Pincus, held operating roles at Cisco Systems, and served an appointment at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. He previously served as a board member for Global Healthcare Exchange, WebMD Health, Internet Brands, Blujay Solutions, Fanatics Holdings, SoundCloud, Pluribus Networks, USN, and Aicent. Chawla earned a bachelor’s degree from the Birla Institute of Technology & Science in Pilani, a master’s degree in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a Master of Business Administration degree from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Chris Gaffney has served on the Intapp board of directors since 2012. Gaffney is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of private equity firm Great Hill Partners, where he is responsible for transaction origination, investment policy, fundraising, investor relations, and the general management of the firm. Gaffney currently serves as a board member for EvolveIP, Ikon Science, G/O Media, Enterprise DB, Varicent Software, Mission Cloud Services, Locus Robotics, Paradox, Special Olympics Massachusetts, and Lesley University. Previously, Gaffney served as a board member for Zoom Information, Jobing, She Knows Media, QuietLogistics, Legacy.com, and Educaedu. Gaffney has participated in the private equity business since 1986; his investment experience covers a broad group of industries, including business and IT software and services, information services, e-commerce, consumer and online services, financial services and insurance, digital publishing, telecommunications, logistics, education, and cable and broadcasting. He received bachelor’s degrees from Boston College in accounting and economics.
Nancy Harris joined the Intapp board in 2021. Harris is the Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Sage North America and has served in this role since 2011. Harris has more than 35 years of experience in a variety of leadership capacities in the software industry. Prior to Sage, Harris served as Chief Operating Officer of ESO Solutions, a high-growth SaaS company, and held the same title at Asure Software. Previously, she was Vice President of Marketing at ClearCommerce Corporation and the Director of Product Marketing at BMC Software. Harris received a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a master’s degree in Marketing from Northwestern University.
Charles Moran has served on the Intapp board of directors since 2019. Moran was the founder and former President and Chief Executive Officer of Skillsoft, a leading global provider of cloud-based learning and talent management solutions. Previously, Moran served as president and Chief Executive Officer of NETg, a former subsidiary of National Education Corporation and a provider of computer-based training for IT professionals; Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of SoftDesk, which was acquired by Autodesk; and President of Sytron Corporation, a data-management software subsidiary of Rexon. Moran currently serves as a board member for Duck Creek Technologies, Commvault Systems, and Manhattan Associates, as well as several private companies. Previously, he served as a board member for Clarivate Analytics. Moran received a bachelor’s degree from Boston College and an MBA from Suffolk University.
George Neble joined the Intapp board in 2021. Neble brings more than 40 years of accounting and auditing experience working with both public and private companies. From 2012 to 2017, Neble served as the Northeast Market Leader and Managing Partner of the Boston office of Ernst & Young, after serving as Senior Assurance Partner there for the previous 10 years. He has served as a board member of EverQuote, Real Goods Solar, and LumiraDx. Neble has also served as a business advisor working with high-growth and emerging technology companies along with serving on the boards of various non-profit organizations. In his early career, Neble was an Assurance Partner at Arthur Andersen serving primarily emerging and growth-oriented companies. He is a certified public accountant with extensive experience in accounting, SEC, and financial reporting matters. Neble received a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Boston College.
Derek Schoettle has served on the Intapp board of directors since February 2020. Schoettle joined Great Hill Partners, where he serves as the Growth Partner, in 2019. Prior toGreat Hill Partners, Schoettle served as Chief Executive Officer of Zoom Information, a B2B data and business information solutions provider. Previously, he served as General Manager at IBM and Chief Executive Officer of the NoSQL database-as-a-service (DBaaS) provider. Schoettle served as chief executive officer of Cloudant, which was acquired by IBM in 2014. He is a member of the Forbes Technology Council, a board member of The Mass Technology Leadership Council, an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at The Blank Center at Babson College; he is also active in a number of Boston-area startups. Schoettle received a bachelor’s degree from Dickinson College and an MBA from Babson College.
Marie Wieck joined the Intapp board in 2021. Wieck joined Ethos Capital in 2020 as an Executive Partner. Prior to Ethos, Wieck founded Moroquain, which provides digital transformation and diversity consulting services. Prior to Moroquain, Wieck retired from IBM after a 36-year career; during her last 10 years there, she served in senior leadership and general management roles. Wieck has served on the board of Daimler AG as an Independent Shareholder Representative since 2018. She also serves on Daimler’s Legal Affairs Committee and on the board of Mercedes-Benz since 2019. Wieck serves on the Board of Uptake, an industrial AI company founded in 2014. She also serves on the Board of Visitors of Columbia University School of Engineering and as the Vice Chair of Charity Navigator. Wieck received a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from The Cooper Union, a master’s degree in Computer Science from Columbia University, and an MBA from New York University.