Dennis joined Impossible Foods in March 2019 in the newly-created position of President. In this role, Dennis oversees Impossible Foods’ operations, manufacturing, supply chain, sales, marketing and HR functions. Impossible Foods employs about 350 people, mostly in the Redwood City headquarters and at its first manufacturing facility in Oakland.
Previously Chief Chief Operating Officer of Dropbox, Dennis is a tech industry veteran and has more than 25 years of experience at both startups and major multinationals. At Dropbox, Dennis helped Founder Drew Houston build a robust, scalable technology company with millions of customers globally. Dennis helped increase Dropbox’s global revenue to nearly $1.4 billion, and he was part of the company’s IPO in early 2018.
Prior to Dropbox, Dennis was the Chief Executive Officer of Motorola Mobility after its acquisition by Google. During his tenure there, Dennis restructured the business and refined the product strategy, then sold the mobile device business to Lenovo and the cable infrastructure business to Arris.
Before Motorola Mobility, Dennis held various leadership roles at Google from 2003-2012. During his tenure he built the first business operations team, oversaw sales operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and led sales in North and South America, responsible for over $10 billion in revenue. Underlying every role was the challenge of scaling a fast-growing business with an expanding product set and a consumer pool of literally billions of people.
Dennis received his Juris Doctorate at Stanford Law School and his BA from Cornell University. Today, Dennis serves on the boards of ServiceNow and the American Red Cross. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and two kids.