DocuSign CEO a ‘closet coder’ who also enjoys fresh cobra blood

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DocuSign CEO Keith Krach, who has a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Purdue University and used to be general manager of GM’s robotics division, confesses to Fortune’s Chanelle Bessette that he’s a “closet geeky coder at heart.”

But his list of things to do for fun includes “any activity for which you need to DocuSign a waiver,” and Krach says his entire family enjoys “taking a running jump off a cliff and gliding over Rio together, drinking fresh cobra blood in Vietnam, survival training in the Amazon, great white shark cage-diving off the coast of South Africa, doing a drift dive in Indonesia, or climbing the peaks of the world.”

Krach was recently recognized by Inman News as one of America’s “100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders.” Glenn Shimkus, DocuSign’s vice president for real estate solutions, will explain at Real Estate Connect New York City how real estate brokers are using the company’s technology to go paperless. Source: tech.fortune.cnn.com.

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