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P1010138 Dojo Mike

Dojo Mike is not a karate professional, but he has led e-commerce product development for start-ups as well as large multi-national corporations. Mike is passionate about shedding light on the internet and making online transactions more reliable.  He also is passionate about the Minnesota Vikings winning a Super Bowl, but feels that creating a safer internet is more likely to happen.
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Rajeev Malik Rajeev Malik

Raj is a former Wal-Mart greeter and Subway Sandwich Artist that now has multiple years of experience working with e-commerce and online and offline small businesses on a range of issues.  On top of Raj’s retail and restaurant career, he has worked on marketing, operational, customer service, technology and legal issues for start-ups, small and large businesses and the government.  Raj is native of Ohio which makes him uniquely qualified to appreciate the eternally optimistic mentality of small businesses since he somehow continues to be a diehard fan of  the Cleveland Browns, Cavs and Indians. Raj is on Twitter at @rajmalikdc.
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KH ProfileKallyLou

KallyLou supports a strong passion for the start-up mentality and fluidity of small business structure (or lack thereof). Providing an avenue for success to the barely known in a huge eCommerce world is a greatly rewarding venture. KallyLou’s background spans product and project management, quality control and customer service. When it comes to football… college reigns over the NFL and she has faith that the Iowa Hawkeyes can truly go undefeated next year.

Tubs ProfileTubs

While he isn’t caffeinating himself Tubs enjoys rooting for all things Wisconsin (especially the Green Bay Packers) and taking trips up to Grand Lake, Colorado, to recharge his batteries while hiking and fishing. Tubs also has a passion for managing successful software development projects for small to mid-size businesses while working with diverse teams of skilled development professionals.

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