DocuSign, Inc. (DocuSign®) is pleased to announce that Chairman and CEO Keith Krach was recognized for his leadership, vision and values as a Bay Area Most Admired CEO, receiving the ‘Game Changer’ award from the San Francisco Business Times. Krach was honored among a select group of outstanding CEOs during a prestigious awards gala at the Four Seasons Hotel last night.
“A single vision is one more than most people will ever produce. Keith Krach is working on the most recent of a long string of them. And unlike so many visionaries, he never fails to make his new conceptions real, and powerfully successful,” said Mitch Daniels, President of Purdue University and Former Governor of Indiana. “Fortunately for our university, he deployed those skills on our behalf during six years of leadership on our Board. Purdue has turned out an astonishing list of great business leaders, but if we gave a “Most Admired CEO” award, Keith would have won it long ago.”
“Keith’s leadership playbook has been proven to be successful multiple times,” said Mary Meeker of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. “His classic, natural leadership skills combined with his work ethic help him build strong teams to attack big ideas.”
“Keith is a passionate leader known to attract top talent, build high performance teams, and inspire a shared vision focused around customer success,” said Rick Smith, CEO of Equifax. “He is a front and center leader who puts everyone – customers, employees, partners and the community around him – ahead of himself. Keith’s legacy as a great coach and mentor is evident in the results of both the companies he’s led and the teams he’s developed.”
“I’m humbled by this recognition from the San Francisco Business Times and honored to accept the Game Changer award on behalf of the entire DocuSign family,” said Krach. “The true honor is getting to be a part of such an incredible, high performance team focused on the noble cause of changing how business is done all around the world.”