Eric Willis
Lead Production Designer

Eric keeps DevHub customers and the DevHub brand looking in sync across all four corners of any device. Eric hails from Indiana and is a self-taught designer. He is responsible for leading the DevHub production design team to execute on client needs/wants while guiding best practices of web standards. He is always thinking about scale.

Gabriel Meringolo
Full Stack Developer

Gabriel is a pure experience, test driven Full Stack Developer for DevHub - with a culinary background! Gabriel creates complete user experiences that leave a lasting impression for DevHub customers. Expert level -- Python, Django, Javascript, HTML, CSS, Postgres, Microsoft SQL server.

Kim Brandt
Lead Creative Developer

Kim joined DevHub to lead our creative teams and set aesthetic design standards. From our corporate and product sites to customer landing pages. Kim along with her team spearhead all elements of design while adhering to best practices.

Aegea Barclay
Senior Sales Executive

Aegea joined DevHub with a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts. She grasped the DevHub platform and its capabilities and help spin off DevHub’s first standalone product RallyMind. Aegea is a guest contributor to Seattle’s GeekWire.

Jeff Schrock
Executive Chairman

Mr. Schrock provides structural, financial, and strategic guidance as DevHub's Executive Chairman. He also serves on the board of Transpera and LearnLive Technologies and is part of the Intel Capital investment team. Prior to this, Mr. Schrock was RealNetworks' Vice President of Corporate Development. During his tenure, Real's corporate development team executed multiple transactions, including the $600 million joint venture between MTV Networks (Viacom) and Rhapsody, as well as the $350 million acquisition of WiderThan. Schrock also led content licensing and distribution negotiations for RealNetwork's consumer business.

Prior to joining Real, Schrock worked in corporate development for Yahoo! and also served as Vice President and General Manager of Yahoo! Broadcast following it's acquisition of

Before joining Yahoo!, Schrock honed his entrepreneurial abilities. He co-founded and served as CEO of Activate, from 1996 to 2001. Under his leadership, Activate was the second fastest growing private company in Washington state from 1998-2000. The company was financed by leading venture capitalists, including Madrona Venture Group, until it was sold to CMGI in 1999 for $100 Million.


DevHub inc is a venture-backed company with an investor base made up of both institutional and angel capital from Seattle, Silicon Valley, New York, and Los Angeles.

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Bottom line: DevHub is a case study of determination. In general, it is no small feat to build a meaningful internet company. Anyone who has done it more than once — without selling their soul — can attest to the combination of determination and serendipity required to build a great (internet) company. Kudos to the DevHub team!

Robert Monster • CEO at DigitalTown

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Keep rocking the casbah! DevHub it is!!! You...are tenacious!

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