Bob Ogdon
Chairman and Founder

"Leap, and the net will appear."
- John Burroughs

"Swiftpage is a place where ideas can become reality. Creativity and innovation are encouraged; co-workers are friends."

Bob Ogdon

Bob Ogdon is an executive technology and business professional with over 35 years of experience in the multimedia market. Bob founded Swiftpage in August of 2001 where he acted as Chief Executive Officer until hiring H. John Oechsle in July of 2012. Bob is the Chairman of the Board.

Bob's background includes expertise in multimedia, telecommunications and computer-based high technology companies. Bob has founded and served as CEO of four companies. Prior to Swiftpage, Bob founded, a leading web interactive broadcasting company he later sold to Intercall Conferencing. Prior to, Bob founded Mammoth Micro Productions, a pioneer in CD-ROM multimedia tools, technology and publishing that he sold to the Washington Post Company in 1995. Before that Bob founded Action Graphics, a game design and software development company. Bob has a bachelor of science degree in psychology with minors in math and computer science from the University of Puget Sound.

Bob is an advocate for technology education and entrepreneurs in Colorado. Bob supports Kidstek, an organization dedicated to making technology accessible to youth, acts as a regular volunteer speaker at the University of Denver on digital marketing topics, and mentors for the Colorado Founders Institute. Bob is a longtime advisor to the board of the Colorado Technology Association (CTA) and acted as the 2008 Board Chair. He was awarded the Bob Newman Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Community in 2005, as well as the Technology Entrepreneur of the Year in 2011 by the CTA.

When he is not at the office, Bob enjoys rebuilding muscle cars, skiing, fishing, hiking and hanging out with his family.