Jeff Tennery, CEO & Founder
Jeff Tennery is the founder & CEO of Moonlighting and has spent over 25 years in senior executive leadership roles at Verizon, AT&T Wireless, nTelos, and Millennial Media. Jeff has spent the past year “moonlighting,” helping friends and co-founders on nights and weekends build the first on-demand mobile marketplace. Prior to founding Moonlighting, Jeff served 7 years as the Senior Vice President, Business Development & Global Monetization for mobile advertising leader Millennial Media. He was responsible for delivering hundreds of millions of dollars annually across 50,000 applications worldwide and played an instrumental role in Millennial Media’s 2012 IPO.
At Verizon, Jeff was the Vice President of National Distribution, responsible for all third party mobile device distribution. In 2001, as the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for TeleCorp PCS, Jeff was a key member of the executive team that facilitated AT&T Wireless’ acquisition of the company. In addition, Jeff served as Vice President of Sales & Operations at nTelos, where he played a pivotal role in the company’s 2006 IPO.
Over the past decade, Jeff has achieved great success in the mobile application economy, serving advisory roles to venture capital firms (Edison Ventures, Sycamore), as well as start-up companies in the mobile imaging (dotPhoto), mCommerce (Cardagin), mobile payments (First Data), mobile gaming (Sonic Branding, AirMedia), and mobile entertainment & media business (ESPN, Floop, Code9).
Roy Slater, COO & Co-Founder
Roy Slater is the Chief Operating Officer for Moonlighting and an operations and process excellence professional with over 20 years of experience leading UI Design, ROI optimization, and mobile technology development. Before co-founding Moonlighting, Slater served as an operations manager at Capital One Financial, where he managed digital properties with revenues in excess of $1.5 Billion. He is a Certified Scrum Master as well as Six Sigma Lean & Green trained with legal and compliance risk management skills. Proudly hailing from Claremont, California, Slater has held prominent positions at Lendingtree.com and Ditech.com/GMAC.
Ritesh Johar, CTO & Co-Founder
Ritesh Johar is the Chief Technology Officer for Moonlighting and architect of the proprietary mobile payments platform that powers the Moonlighting Marketplace. Before he co-founded Moonlighting, Johar excelled as a Technical lead where he designed, built, and managed the platform that generates $1B+ in mobile & online payments for Capital One. With 13+ years of expertise covering various aspects of software architecture, design, development, process and methodology for the Federal Reserve and Thomson Reuters, Johar brings a wealth of digital payments experience to his new venture.
Rob C. Masri, EVP & General Counsel
Rob C. Masri is an attorney and entrepreneur with extensive legal and business experience. Mr. Masri has started several businesses, including Cardagin Networks, Inc., a mobile marketing company that helps businesses build loyalty and customer rewards programs. Mr. Masri raised more than $5 million in financing for Cardagin and was featured in the Financial Times, Inc. Magazine and C-Net as a market leader and mobile loyalty pioneer.
Prior to founding Cardagin, Mr. Masri served as the Chief Development Officer for the University of Virginia Law School Foundation during the Law School’s $150 million capital campaign. Prior to joining the Law School Foundation, Mr. Masri was executive vice president of corporate development and general counsel of Multicity, Inc. and a corporate attorney with Cooley and Hunton & Williams LLP. Mr. Masri received his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he still serves as an adjunct member of the faculty.
Andrew Stafford, Marketing Manager
Andrew is the Marketing Manager for Moonlighting. Andy is a graduate of the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia, concentrating on Marketing and International Business. He has experience in project management, process improvement, and data analysis.