An alumnus of the University of California, Berkeley, Mr. Andy Kurtzig commenced his professional career before he even graduated with his BS in Business Administration. Born into a family of entrepreneurs, Andy Kurtzig pursued a number of business interests before successfully launching his first company, ANSER Corp., in 1994. Through ANSER, Andy Kurtzig provided clients, such as the Post Newspaper Group and the San Francisco Bay Guardian, with software designed to automate calendar listings. After he sold ANSER to the San Francisco Bay Guardian in 1996, Andy Kurtzig collaborated with his mother to found eBenefits, an online human resources service that provides tools related to payroll and health benefits management. Having built the company from the ground up, Andy Kurtzig raised $8 million of venture capital from New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ), and WR Hambrecht. A charismatic leader, Andy Kurtzig played a key role in developing exclusive partnerships with Fortune 500 companies, such as Marsh & McLennan and Automatic Data Processing. Andy Kurtzig sold eBenefits to an Inc. 500 company in 2003. Currently, Bay Area native Andy Kurtzig serves as the CEO of JustAnswer Corp. Andy Kurtzig founded JustAnswer.com in 2003 with the goal of providing Expert, around the clock answers to customers from around the world. Seeking out the most professional and experienced Experts through a series of tests and other measures, Andy Kurtzig ensures that JustAnswer.com offers high-quality, personalized answers to questions covering a broad range of topics. With Andy Kurtzig at the helm, JustAnswer.com has attracted over 15 million registered users and over 20,000 experts. When he is not working, Andy Kurtzig is committed to finding a cure for type 1 diabetes. Actively involved with Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Andy Kurtzig and his family put together a popular family-centered fundraiser called The Royal Ball. The Kurtzig family held the first Royal Ball in 2008, an event that raised over $100,000 for diabetes research. In his limited spare time, Andy Kurtzig enjoys technology, books, board games, and quality time with his family.