Lloyd Frink co-founded Zillow in 2005 and currently serves as executive chairman and president of Zillow Group. In this role, he is instrumental in developing the company’s business and product strategies, and building new technologies and services that make it faster and easier to sell, buy, rent and finance homes.
Prior to Zillow, Lloyd was a senior vice president at Expedia, where he managed the air, hotel, car, destination services, content, merchandising, and partner marketing groups. Before joining Expedia in 1999, Lloyd worked at Microsoft where he was responsible for forming the teams that created software for pen-based and handheld devices. Lloyd started his tenure at Microsoft in 1979 as a summer intern at just 14 years old, and officially joined the company full-time in 1988.
In addition to chairing the Zillow Group board, Lloyd serves on the boards of GrubHub and Seattle’s Lakeside School. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Stanford University.