Andrew co-founded Main Street Hub in 2010. He oversees product development, including engineering, product, and content. Before Main Street Hub, Andrew worked in education policy and political speechwriting. He holds a JD and an MBA from Stanford University and a BA from Yale University.
Matt co-founded Main Street Hub in 2010. He oversees the company’s business operations, including sales, customer success, and marketing, among other areas of the business. Prior to Main Street Hub, Matt held investment and advisory positions at Colony Capital and Goldman Sachs. He received an MBA from Stanford University and a BA and BS from the University of Southern California.
Mike joined Main Street Hub as a man on a mission – to build nothing less than the best product in the local space. No stranger to high growth start-ups, he previously played critical roles at Redbox and RetailMeNot, helping grow each from early stage to $1B+ public company. Mike attended the University of Michigan, graduating summa cum laude from the College of Literature, Science, and Arts with a degree in political science & development economics. He has an affinity for bourbon, The Economist, and obstacle races (not necessarily all at once).
VP Sales & Customer Success
Cathy is responsible for the satisfaction, engagement and retention of Main Street Hub’s customers. Prior to joining Main Street Hub, Cathy spent 10+ years at HomeAdvisor (formerly ServiceMagic), supporting small businesses while scaling and developing customer success and sales teams. Cathy has an MBA and a BS in Business Administration from the University of Colorado.
David has more than 10 years’ experience building sales and marketing teams in both B2B and B2C focused companies. As one of the first employees at Bella Pictures, he helped build the nation’s largest wedding photography company in a variety of leadership positions, ultimately launching and running Bella’s eCommerce brand, Studio Blue. A graduate of Duke University, David is focused on building awareness about the powerful ways in which Main Street Hub can help connect small businesses to their customers.
Qingqing brings more than 15 years of software development and people management expertise to Main Street Hub. She started her career as a software engineer at Sun Microsystems, found her passion in building world class engineering teams at Bazaarvoice, and is now wholeheartedly embracing the mission of Main Street Hub to help local businesses succeed with technology. Qingqing double majored in Mathematics and Computer Science at Smith College. She also holds a MS in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Qingqing is an avid collector of Rubik’s Cubes in different shapes and sizes.