DocuSign CEO a ‘closet coder’ who also enjoys fresh cobra blood
Krach’s list of things to do for fun includes “any activity for which you need to DocuSign a waiver,” and Krach says his entire family enjoys “taking a running jump off a cliff and gliding over Rio together, drinking fresh cobra blood in Vietnam, survival training in the Amazon, great white shark cage-diving off the coast of South Africa, doing a drift dive in Indonesia, or climbing the peaks of the world.”
Krach pulls 6 Gs in fighter jet to open up DocuSign MOMENTUM.
Always one to push to his limits and beyond, Keith Krach took off on all-Hornet fighter force jets to open up DocuSign’s 2015 MOMENTUM conference.
Krach signs up as a Virgin Galactic astronaut using DocuSign
Krach recently signed up to go into space with Virgin Galactic. He DocuSigned the agreement on stage at DocuSign’s Momentum conference. He’s made his down payment and is now waiting enthusiastically for the call to go up once his seat is ready. He wants to take his eldest son – a rocket scientist with NASA who works on Rasna software. “Yeah,” he says, his eyes alight. “That would be fun.”
Keith Krach’s Kilimanjaro Adventure
When Krach’s son, Steve, was in middle school, Keith felt it would help him to take a year to expand his horizons. They created “Venture Academy” and Krach took Steve on a series of learning adventures. First stop: a climb up Kilimanjaro.
Survival training in the Amazon
Krach’s remarkable success at Rasna and Ariba enabled him to time off to focus on his family. Another part of the Venture Academy curriculum included survival training on the Amazon.