Richard LeBer is Vice President, Finance and Strategy for the Atlanta Community Food Bank. He is responsible for the strategy of the Food Bank, and oversees Finance, Information Technology, Business Management and Facilities. Richard has been involved with the Food Bank since 1999 as a sponsor, consultant, Board member and Chair, and joined its staff in 2012. Prior to joining the Food Bank, Richard was the CEO of National Linen Service and a consultant at McKinsey & Company. He is a graduate of the University of Waterloo in Canada and Harvard Business School.
George Mashini is a founder and the CEO of Catavolt Inc., a leading provider of enterprise application mobility solutions. Mashini has more than 12 years as a leader in enterprise application development, serving as founder and lead software developer for Paragon Systems International which was later bought by Infor.
Jeff is a founding partner of BlueFletch where he leads the Business Analyst group. Understanding business processes, digging into end user needs, product management and good old fashioned QA are all fair game. He’s been building mobile technologies since 2004 where he worked as a supply chain consultant with Accenture.
Jeff is also a co-founder of Less Meeting, a meeting notes and action item application that Project Managers crave. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a BS degree in Management of Information Technology. After work, Jeff is up for anything involving travel, soccer, or being on the water (so World Cup trips to coastal host cities is #1 on his list).