Our executive leadership was hand-picked for their backgrounds in industries with strict regulatory compliance. As both state and federal regulations on privacy and data management increase, Onemata is ahead of the curve. In an industry rife with fraudulent, duplicate, replayed data, we are dedicated to revolutionizing the reputation of data suppliers to a highly trusted status.
Jeff joined Onemata in 2020 as Chief Operating Officer, moving into his present role as President & CEO in 2022. His hands-on experience managing the business out of a negative cash flow position and transitioning the company away from high-risk clients and vendors has brought Onemata to where it is today: a Mobile Location Data industry leader with an unwavering commitment to personal privacy and regulatory compliance.
A thought leader in an industry notoriously fraught with bad actors and fraudulent data, Jeff created the Data Industry Posse, comprised of major industry players committed to identifying and removing companies that are not living up to standards of integrity.
President & CEO
Jeff’s more than 15 years of experience in the highly regulated fields of Medical Devices, Pharmaceuticals, and Biological Products underpin his deep understanding of regulatory compliance and the subtle differences in requirements to remain compliant in countries around the world. His expertise in complex strategy development and execution across R&D, Sales/Marketing, Legal, Manufacturing, Operations, Supply Chain, Regulatory, and Quality Assurance in companies ranging from startups to Fortune 50 are key to Onemata’s multi-pronged strategy to become the leader in the Mobile Location Industry.
Chief Regulatory Officer & Acting Head of Sales
Emily is responsible for implementing and maintaining Onemata’s global Regulatory Affairs program, including ensuring compliance with privacy laws and regulations such as GDPR and CCPA/CPRA. She also is responsible for Onemata’s Government Affairs, liaising with state and federal legislative bodies and government agencies to represent the company’s viewpoints and actively participate as a stakeholder to protect consumer privacy without stifling industry innovation. In parallel, she leads the Sales and Marketing team, defining and implementing strategies to increase qualified inbound leads and increase conversion of revenue targets. By combining regulatory and sales ownership, Emily ensures that Onemata adheres to strict compliance and refuses to do business with unethical use cases and bad actors, regardless of deal size.
Emily’s career in Regulatory Affairs began at Reglera, which was acquired by Dohmen Life Science Services (DLSS) in 2012. She progressed from Intern to Senior Manager of Regulatory Affairs in five short years. Her rapid-trajectory career path exposed her to regulatory strategy and successful strategy execution for a variety of technologies and therapeutic areas. When DLSS was acquired by EVERSANA in 2017, Emily was made the company’s Regulatory Affairs Director, responsible for management and growth of the Regulatory Affairs Consulting team and the development, leadership, and execution of client regulatory strategy across the highly regulated medical device, pharmaceutical, biologic, combination product, and human tissue industries all over the globe. This responsibility included acting as the client liaison with the US Food and Drug Administration and similar International regulatory agencies. She was responsible for advising on GDPR compliance for clients performing clinical trials in the EU and also assumed the responsibilities of HIPAA Privacy Officer for both EVERSANA and client companies. Emily has a passion for living in the grey of regulations to creatively and innovatively achieve compliance with unwavering integrity.
Her attention to detail and track record of success in an area where failure is not an option caused Onemata to pursue her as Chief Regulatory Officer, leading the charge to revolutionize the reputation of data suppliers to a highly trusted status.
Founder & Executive Chairman
A natural entrepreneur, Will has founded and led companies that span a variety of industries, including Medical Devices, Technical Staffing, Quick-Serve Restaurants, and, of course, Location Data. Will continues to play an active role in his first company, Enscicon, which was founded in 1994 to provide staff augmentation for large-scale projects in the Power Generation, Mining, and Oil and Gas sectors in both the US and Canada. Enscicon has appeared multiple times on the Inc. 5000 list for its success and rapid growth
In 2001, Will founded Reglera Corporation, which operated in the highly regulated healthcare space, offering consulting and services to more than 500 medical device and human cellular tissue companies worldwide. Reglera was acquired in 2012 by the Dohman Company.
His familiarity with regulatory compliance and the importance of using data to inform strategy led Will to co-found Onemata in 2017. Later that year, Will became active in developing and operating restaurant chains including Slims Chickens, Seven Brew, and Wheeler Restaurant Group.
Will’s broad range of experience across scaling multi-state and international operations; building and leading diverse executive, sales, and marketing; corporate governance and financing; long-term planning and risk mitigation; IP and copyright protection; and labor and contract legal frameworks inform and advance his companies to lead their respective industries.
Founder & CTO
A data guy at heart, Brad Brown has an extensive background in technology and has started a number of companies ranging from Professional Services to Software as a Service (SaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) businesses. Each of these businesses follows the spirit of Onemata, providing what is needed for companies to flourish. Brad is the CEO, President, and Founder of InteliVideo, which offers a cloud-based platform that helps marketers of intellectual property monetize their content.
Brad’s entrepreneurial success has resulted in two acquisitions: TUSC, an Oracle consulting firm that was acquired by Rolta in 2008, and IntelliReal, an automated residential real estate valuation firm that was acquired by Equifax in 2011.
A seasoned CTO, Brad has supported startup companies including Enhanced Recovery, Independent Nation, Open Access Broadband Networks, and EventConnex. He has served on multiple boards, including the Colorado Chapter of Young President’s Organization (YPO), Enscicon, Reglera, Geekcruises, and Colorado Uplift, as well as authored six books on technology.