Tom's expertise lies in creating disruptive products with a unique user experience in large markets. Prior to founding Auctionopia, Tom managed the development of several internet/mobile products. He studied Business and Management at Virginia Wesleyan College.
Racquetball, poker, tennis, and being a restaurant aficionado.
Richard has worked for software and hardware infrastructure for the last 35 years. From core technology providers like Adaptec and Emulex, to world consumer giants like Sony AIWA, Richard has led and managed development and research groups across all disciplines. Richard received his BS in Computer Science Architecture at the University of West Florida, Pensacola.
Scuba diving, reading, and cooking.
Mike has been involved with the Internet since before the World Wide Web was worldwide and has been programming since the early ‘80s. His primary focus since the turn of the century has been web application development.
Teaching and training in martial arts, reading, editing video, writing, and hiking.
William is a highly-experienced top executive in the pharmacy services industry. He has extensive entrepreneurial and leadership experience and has held numerous elite titles in his field, including Owner, Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer. He has been a pioneering force in his profession for decades, and as such has a deeply committed passion for seeing young entrepreneurs realize a financially and professionally rewarding career through independent business ownership.
Riding Harleys, Civil War history, and martial arts.
Craig is an MBA student in the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, College Park. His business interests lie in private equity and venture financing, particularly within the technology and healthcare industries. In his free time, Craig enjoys being a terrible golfer and volunteering for multiple projects within the business school.
Fantasy football and baseball; daydreaming about the beach
Joe has enjoyed a distinguished career as a leader in ecommerce technology development and oversight. He was formerly the Chief Information Officer at The New York Times, GSI Commerce, and CBS/Viacom. In 2010 he was name Top 100 IT Leaders by Computer World, and in 2009 was named Top 250 Innovators by Information Week.