Thomas A. Evans | Co-Founder & CEO
Throughout his career, Thomas has assisted hundreds of nonprofit organizations around the world with specialized consulting and data services to achieve improvements in day-to-day business processes, data quality, data integrity, and reporting. From 1996–2000, Thomas was a Product Specialist and Account Executive at Blackbaud, the world leader in software for nonprofits. He has worked actively in the nonprofit technology space since 1996.
Dan Johnson | Co-Founder & CTO
Dan has 20 years experience as an information technology professional specializing in the development and management of secure corporate computing environments. He has architected and managed diverse network technologies and has held positions at IBM, The Learning Company, eNucleus, Super Computer International, Electronic Arts, IT Pangea, and PlayerScale. Dan was CTO and VP of networking at two startups that were acquired by Fortune 500 companies. He also architected and ran servers and networking for the U.S. Army’s official FPS multiplayer game, “America’s Army”. Dan comes to MissionBI most recently from a Director Level Position at Yahoo! where he led a team that managed hundreds of high-throughput servers spanning five countries. Dan brings a wealth of experience and best practices with regard to network security, as well as the design, architecture and implementation of full cloud computing infrastructures and high performance distributed systems.
Aaron G. Graff, Jr. | Vice President of Finance & Legal
Ron has almost 30 years in a variety of business endeavors and holds both a CPA license and a law degree from Duke University. Ron started his career at Touche Ross (now Deloitte & Touche) concentrating on mergers and acquisitions. Ron left Deloitte in 1994 to start his own finance and advisory firm and has advised on scores of business transactions and capital raises involving hundreds of millions of dollars. Ron then served as President of Super Computer International, Inc. (SCI), a leader in high performance video gaming systems and consumer interfaces from its initial fundraising through its sale (it was sold in 2007 to Electronic Arts, Inc.) and in various capacities at Playerscale until it was sold to Yahoo! In 2013.