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Eileen Langan Barber and Bradley J. Wiskirchen

About Clickbank and Keynetics

ClickBank is one of the largest online retailers with patented affiliate tracking and has a vast offering of more than 500,000 products—making sales in 180 countries with more than $5 billion in lifetime gross sales. Kount is the leading digital fraud prevention solution, used by 6,500 leading brands globally. Keynetics, the parent company of ClickBank and co-owner of Kount, has grown to become Idaho’s largest privately held technology company.

Eileen Barber

Eileen Langan Barber
Director and co-founder of Keynetics Inc.

Eileen co-founded Keynetics along with Geoff Hoyl and Dr. Timothy Barber in 1998 and has served on its board of directors since that time. Eileen has been involved in the continued growth and expansion of Keynetics and subsidiaries ClickBank and Kount, building a global reputation for quality solutions in the e-commerce industry.

In addition to her continued service on the Keynetics and its subsidiaries board of directors, Eileen has served Keynetics in various capacities including president of Keynetics (1998 – 2005), corporate treasurer, Audit Committee member and Compensation Committee member.

Eileen currently serves on the board of several non-profits including, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Boise State University Foundation, Trailhead, and Small Village Foundation.

Eileen earned a bachelor of arts in chemistry from Virginia Tech in 1991.

Brad Wiskirchen

Bradley J. Wiskirchen
CEO of Kount

Brad Wiskirchen is the founding CEO at Kount — which is the premier fraud prevention solution for card-not-present transactions. Kount protects many of the world’s largest card-not-present merchants and some of the largest acquiring banks and payment platforms. Kount is owned by CVC Capital Partners and Keynetics Inc.

Prior to December 2015, Wiskirchen was also CEO of Keynetics and Executive Chairman of Keynetics’ other subsidiary, ClickBank. Wiskirchen joined Keynetics in 2005. Under his guidance, Keynetics became one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest privately held technology companies, and ClickBank grew to be one of the world’s largest online retailers of digital goods.

Among his many other community involvements, Wiskirchen was the chairman of the board of the Salt Lake City Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in 2014 and 2015. He was a member of the board for three years prior to serving as the Chairman. He currently serves on the High-Level Advisory Group of the International Monetary Fund’s Interdepartmental Working Group on Finance and Technology.

He was awarded a juris doctor from the University of Notre Dame, and a bachelor of arts from Brigham Young University.