• Qwire Team •
SCOTT FREIMAN, CEO AND CO-FOUNDER
Founded Credit Management Solutions, which created consumer lending software for the largest financial institutions in the United States.
Built network connecting automobile dealers and Internet automobile sites to banks and other lenders — one of the first successful business-to-business networks.
Led company from less than $2M investment through IPO and sale for $52M.
Successor company later sold for $4B — still largely based on technology Scott sketched on a napkin twenty years earlier.
Extensive experience in music industry, including composing and editing music for film and television, music production, music education, and owning/operating a music studio and record label.
B.S. in Computer Science and Music from Yale University and a M.A. in Music Composition from New York University.
Internationally renowned lecturer on the music of The Beatles.
CHRIS CHEN, CTO
Global CTO for Prime Focus, the world’s largest media services company.
Managed the post-production, delivery, broadcast, and audience analytics platforms for just about every major global studio and broadcaster.
CTO for DAX, used by most Hollywood studios for digital dailies, which won a technical Emmy® award.
Led technology for Fintech company with $6B portfolio, and grew a second Fintech company to $150M in revenue in three years.
Specialist in security, designing some of the most technically secure infrastructures in the industry today.
B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from UCLA and an M.S. in Computer Science from UCLA.
JON EHRLICH, FOUNDER
Three time Emmy® nominated composer.
Scored over 600 episodes of television, including Goliath, APB, Pitch, Parenthood, About a Boy, House, M.D., White Collar, and Party of Five.
B.A. in Music from Yale University.
LEIGH ROBERTS, FOUNDER
Scored numerous films and television episodes, including Power Rangers, White Collar, and the Emmy® award-winning HBO documentary Casting By.
B.S. in TV, Radio, Film Production and Music from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Communications.