CEO/Co-FounderDavid Wadler was most recently General Manager for Rich Media & Cloud at Lexmark Enterprise Software, where he was responsible for strategic direction of Lexmark’s initiatives as they relate to rich media and cloud products. He came to Lexmark in 2013 with the acquisition of Twistage, where he was a co-founder and CEO. Prior to Twistage, he worked in a variety of industries and roles while trying to figure out what he was supposed to do with himself. A former resident of Paris and a graduate of Brown University, David now enjoys the glamour of chasing his children around the playground.
Chief Product Officer/Co-FounderPeter Bonney was previously a partner at QVT Financial LP, a multi-billion dollar asset manager based in New York, where he worked on a variety of investment strategies and internal projects. Prior to joining QVT in 2002, Peter worked for Oliver, Wyman & Company and its venture ERisk.com. In his free time he is a speaker and published author on data science in baseball, an avid home gardener and a budding orchardist. He holds a degree in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University. Peter lives in New York City.
Summer Smith was previously a full stack web developer at CirrusMio in Lexington, KY, where she both designed and implemented enterprise web applications. Prior to this, she was a medical artist specializing in 3D animation and motion graphics at Medmovie.com. She is a self-taught coder with a degree in Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a Masters in Medical Illustration from the Medical College of Georgia. When she’s not coding, Summer spends her time trying new recipes and working in her garden. She lives in Lexington, KY with her husband.
Sam Terrell started his career working with local entrepreneurs during and after attending Eastern Kentucky University during the height of the dot-com era. Later he worked for Lexmark as a web developer, then joined their team as a full-time web architect for many years. During his career, he has been the principal architect for many web apps and a few desktop apps, solving problems for customers with custom CRM, property management, document management, identity management, stock and options, and ecommerce platforms. When not working or watching Jeopardy with his wife, he’s usually writing code under the influence of a local microbrew rather than coffee.
Ayu Demura came to the United States to study Environmental Science at Georgetown College in Kentucky, but switch to Computer Science and graduated with a B.S. Since then, she has worked for several companies, including Lexmark International, primarily as a Software Engineer. Currently, she is a happy full-stack developer for web applications. She lives in Lexington, KY with her husband and 2 children. She loves traveling new places with family and has Vendorful’s fiercest emoji game.