Domingo Guerra

Domingo Guerra

Mexican born Domingo Guerra, is the President and Co-Founder of Appthority. Domingo holds a BS from UT Austin, an MS from Stanford University, and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

San Francisco, California, United States
Member since May 02, 2012
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2003 The University of Texas at Austin , BS , Mechanical Engineering
2007 Stanford University , MS , Mechanical Engineering
2011 Santa Clara University , MBA , Entrepreneurship

I am a(n):


If you're an entrepreneur or corporate innovator, why?

I want to create a safer enterprise mobile environment

What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

Frustrating: so many ideas, so much we can do... not enough time.
Rewarding: no red tape, no bureaucracy, fostering a culture of innovation and execution.

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs/innovators make?

Getting a big head and thinking you know everything. Others have tried and won or tried and failed, its important to learn from them. You can never stop learning.

What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?

1. Nothing is as bad as it seems.
2. Nothing is as good as it seems.
3. It's all about execution, motivation, and coffee.

Full bio

Domingo Guerra is the President and part of the founding team at Appthority, The Authority in App Security™.

Born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico, Domingo moved to the United States at age 18 to pursue his passion for technology. Domingo brings years of Lean Manufacturing and Stanford's "Design Thinking" experience to Appthority. These principles translate well into the Lean Startup mantra we embrace at the company.

Domingo has Product Design & Development experience as well as New Product Introduction & Operations experience across multiple industries. As a Mechanical Engineer for Applied Materials (Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry), he led design and development projects in the Robotics space, securing two patents and winning multiple design awards. With Program & Project Management roles at Brocade Communications (Datacenter Networking Industry), Domingo led large cross-functional matrix teams in the introduction of both hardware and software enterprise products.

Domingo holds a BS from The University of Texas at Austin, an MS from Stanford University, and an MBA from Santa Clara University.