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John Dougall has worked at senior executive and board level in a number of technology companies based in Melbourne, New York, Sydney, London and San Francisco. John has also been the Managing Director of four ASX-listed companies, successfully exporting Australian technology to China, India, The Philippines, Vietnam and Latin America. Additionally, John also served as President and CEO of an Australian company that ultimately listed on the NASDAQ, selling its software solutions to major retailers in the USA and Europe.
John has served as a Director to several Industry Associations, as past Chairman of the Australian Government’s CSIRO Information Technology Advisory Board, as well as advising Government on Industry Strategy and Trade.
Eddie Geller has been an entrepreneur in the technology and internet sectors since 1994. He founded his first company in 1995 and then in 1999 was the founder/CEO of Unique World. He grew Unique World to a prosperous software and management consulting business with just under 100 staff, and then successfully exited to a large US company in 2011.
Then in 2012, he met the co-founders of Tinybeans and fell in love with the problems they were solving. Since 2013, Eddie took on the CEO role, driving the Company strategy and growth ambitions globally.
Eddie, who is originally from Sydney, Australia, now resides in New York with his wife and 4 boys, having moved in late 2014.
Andrew is an experienced corporate lawyer, company secretary and company director.
With a particular focus on ASX listed companies, over the past two decades Andrew has been involved in dozens of transactions, including reverse takeovers, IPOs, mergers and acquisitions across a wide range of industry sectors, with an emphasis on technology, health & medical and mining companies.
He has extensive legal and commercial experience with ASX listed companies and has steered dozens of them through listing, raising capital, mergers & acquisitions and disposals of business. Andrew is a trusted board member or advisor to many ASX listed companies and has worked with most mid-tier investment banks, funds and brokers.
Andrea Cutright, based in San Francisco, is currently the VP, Global Subscriber Marketing and Insights for the newly launched Disney+ streaming service. She is responsible for all customer marketing touchpoints, developing strong relationships with subscribers, and overseeing market intelligence and insights.
She was co-founder and CEO of Foodily.com, acquired by IAC in 2015. Andrea started her career at Yahoo! in various marketing and product positions.
Andrea is passionate about understanding customer motivations and creating stand-out market strategies that drive growth.
Kathy Mayor, based in Miami, is currently the Chief Commercial Officer at Nutrient and a non-executive director for Nasdaq listed company Phunware.
Two-time Chief Marketing Officer and one-time Chief Digital Officer at a Fortune 500, she has experiences across qualitative brand-building & storytelling, quantitative planning & performance marketing, and ever-innovating product management & marketing technology.
Kathy has previously been on the Pinterest Advisory Board as well as the ABS-CBN Digital Advisory Board.
Kyle brings a user-centered product development philosophy to the Tinybean team. He loves blending strategy, engineering and design to make complicated things work simply. Throughout his career, he’s had the opportunity to develop talented, multi-disciplinary teams to build useful, well-designed, award winning products and services for some of the world’s largest companies.
Kyle has spent the last 10 years building and growing consumer-focused products, including serving as the Chief Product Officer for Slyce, a market leader in image recognition and visual search, powering product search for Macy’s, Aldi, Tommy HIlfiger, Home Depot, Neiman Marcus, Best Buy, and Urban Outfitters. Before that, he co-founded SnipSnap, a mobile couponing app and platform he helped scale to 5+ million users on iOS and Android, with more than 250 million coupons (and $500 million) saved.
Kyle enjoys his weekends spent with his three tinybeans (ages 1, 3, and 5) and wife. In his spare time, he participates in hack-a-thons, reads non-fiction and drinks a lot of coffee.
Nina is a career long media sales leader who has thrived in bringing an entrepreneurial spirit to big companies and big company skills to start ups.
Nina focuses on building long term relationships with brand partners by creating opportunities that perform for them and leading teams who they can count on to bring them innovative ideas.
Nina was mostly recently Chief Revenue Officer of Artsy, a website for art collectors, and has also held the positions of VP Publisher of W, and VP Global Marketing for the Wall Street Journal, among others. When Nina isn’t playing at Tinybeans, she is learning how to ski race with a bunch of kick-ass women every weekend in the winter, in her farm-size veggie, herb and flower garden with her husband in the summer, and everywhere her big tiny beans will allow them to be with her, always.
A veteran of the New York City startup community, Mark has spent the last decade building and managing engineering organizations. Most recently, Mark was the VP of Engineering at Kickstarter.Prior to that, he held leadership roles at Harry’s, Rent the Runway, and Gilt Groupe.In addition to being an author and speaker on abstruse technical topics, Mark holds a Masters of Business Administration from the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College.He lives in New York’s Hudson River Valley with his wife, daughter, dog, and cat.
Allison Musmand, based in NY, has over 25 years- experience with consumer marketing and a proven track record of building successful subscription based businesses.Allison was previously at Meredith Corp, as VP, Brand Strategy and Consumer Revenue for the Entertainment Group including the People brand, and was responsible for managing nearly $1 billion in revenue across multiple digital channels.Prior to that, Allison was the Head of Marketing at Amazon Prime Now where she was responsible for marketing and driving conversion of paid customers across the platform. Allison first joined Amazon as their Head of Wedding Registry and re-imagined the entire wedding registry, successfully scaling the business.Always consumer focused, Allison has been on the Board of Directors at the Better Business Bureau in 2017- 2018. She continues to be passionate about driving market and brand strategies against consumer focused businesses, with value to the consumer always taking priority.
Chris has served as a finance executive in New York media for over 15 years in helping companies, both big and small, execute and deliver on their short and long-term strategic plans.
As Tinybeans’ first CFO, Chris is responsible for the overall financial and operational management of the company, which includes financial planning and analysis, controllership, strategic planning, deal evaluation and negotiations, investor relationships, partnership compliance, and private and institutional financing.
Before coming to Tinybeans, Chris was previously the SVP, Financial Planning & Analysis at Viacom, leading the FP&A organization across a large-cap global media company with such iconic brands as Nickelodeon, BET, Comedy Central, Paramount Network, and MTV, along with Paramount Pictures film studios. Prior to that, he was Chief Financial Officer at El Rey Holdings, a start-up cable network and production company founded by acclaimed filmmaker Robert Rodriguez. He has also held positions of progressive growth at renowned companies that include Univision, NBCUniversal, and Ernst & Young.
Chris resides in New Jersey with his wife and enjoys being a devoted father to their two boys.
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