Adean Mills Golub is a technology entrepreneur, investor, advisor and innovator. As a key member of the leadership teams at multiple early computer networking and security startups, she was part of successful IPOs/Exits, including at NetScreen, (NCSN), acquired by Juniper (JNPR), and Infoblox (BLOX). Adean has driven security technology infrastructure solution upgrades and implementations for a wide range of large government customers.
Adean founded the consulting firm Rachel and Moe in 2004, named for her grandparents, and has been an advisor/investor in fields including cyber/hacking, endpoint security, analytics, Fin-Tech, cloud infrastructure, AI, bioterrorism, and weapon and drug detection.
She leverages her Silicon Valley background and relationships with tech leaders and decision makers across business, politics, policy and philanthropy to drive technology solutions and philanthropic commitments addressing urgent domestic, foreign policy, security and humanitarian needs.
Adean leads numerous non-profit boards, and is a Senior Advisor to IsraAID, a global NGO providing critical disaster response and long-term international development in 17 countries. She has worked on the ground with Syrian, Iraqi, Kurdish, and Yazidi refugees, and worked with the Clinton Global Initiative in water filtration and community rebuilding efforts in Puerto Rico and Dominica. She has also worked with Team Rubicon on disaster relief and rebuilding throughout the United States. Adean holds degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and Brandeis University.