Kaleidescape, a manufacturer of home movie servers and players that power the finest home cinema experience, announced today that Priscilla Morgan has joined its board of directors.
According to Kaleidescape, Priscilla Morgan brings strategic and tactical leadership across finance, sales and field operations as well as success in elevating customer experiences across early-stage, mid-size, and global enterprise companies.
“Priscilla’s experience in finance, operations, and go-to-market strategies for leading companies like Dolby and Oracle, will help Kaleidescape take a customer-first approach in scaling the organization,” says Tayloe Stansbury, CEO, Kaleidescape.
“In addition, her customer-centric focus will continue to strengthen our client relationships to meet their objectives.”
In addition to her career in entertainment and technology, Kaleidescape states that Morgan brings this passion to her personal life. As movie enthusiasts, her family recently completed a newly constructed state-of-the art home cinema at their Dallas residence.
“My home cinema is powered by Kaleidescape and it is the best playback system I have ever experienced,” explains Priscilla Morgan.
“With great products, a strong leadership team, and my personal love for movies, I am excited to join Kaleidescape’s board and look forward to contributing to its success.”
Morgan currently serves as chief revenue officer at Alliance Consumer Group, a designer, manufacturer, and distributor of consumer products. Alliance Consumer Group’s core brands include: NEBO, TRUE, Skeeter Hawk, Lumore and iPROTEC.
Previously, Morgan oversaw worldwide sales and business operations and new business design and implementation in vice president roles at Dolby.
Other career stops for Priscilla Morgan include vice president of business operations and development at Oracle. She also served as the CFO at TuVox and conducted client engagements at KPMG.
Priscilla holds a bachelor of arts in English with an emphasis in accounting from the University of California, Berkeley. She was selected as one of the Most Influential Women in Business by The San Francisco Business Times.