Bob originally conceived of, created, and financed RunSignUp. He has had a long career in technology, and in 1994 began focusing on Internet middleware-the stuff that makes website work-at companies like Blue-stone (IPO in 1999 and acquired by HP in 2000), JBoss (acquired by Red Hat in 2006), and various other companies.
A runner since high school, Bob ran competitively through his years at Bucknell University, and returned to his running roots in 2003 when he began to volunteer as an Assistant Coach for the Moorestown High School Track and Cross Country Teams. In 2006 he opened the Moorestown Running Company with Dave Welsh and Joe Halin. Additionally, Bob helps direct several charity races in the area, and helped create a home Cross Country course for the Moorestown High School by building a system of wood chip trails.
Bob first conceptualized RunSignUp in 2006 while busy with other ventures. In 2009, he brought on Stephen Sigwart to help develop the site, and Bob has spent the last few years building the RunSignUp team and technology to meet the needs of the running community.
Roger, the founder and developer for the timing software The Race Director (RD), joined the RunSignUp team in 2015. He works to support and expand the current Race Director product, and to develop the next generation version. He is most excited to be involved from the ground floor of developing the next generation product, while maintaining the hundreds of relationships he has built with timers around the world in the past 25 years of developing RD.
Working from Freemont, MI, Roger has always been a runner, beginning with track and cross country in high school. He continues to run 2-3 times a week, but only participates in a few "official" races each year. In addition to running, he has a background in music education, and continues to play trumpet with a local brass quintet.
Kevin heads up the Financial and Operational areas from RunSignUp's headquarters in Moorestown, NJ, where he lives with his wife Nina and 3 sons. He spent the last 15 years as the CFO and in other financial executive positions with both public and private equity owned software companies, and has experience as a CFO and in other executive management positions with Consumer Product Goods Marketing companies.
While not much of runner, Kevin is no stranger to endurance sports - he rowed in college and is an active biker, regularly riding in events like the MS150. In addition to biking, he enjoys golf, spending time at the beach and following his kids' sports.
Jordan is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University currently living in Pinkey, MI with his beautiful wife Jamie, son Chase, and daughter Piper.
Jordan loves the ever-evolving nature of RunSignUp, and spends his days helping race directors utilize the full functionality of the system. He seeks frequent feedback from users to ensure that the site continues to meet the needs and desires of the running community.
A former runner at Eastern Michigan, Jordan earned several prestigious running titles in Track and Field, including MVP, All American, NCAA Champion, and Olympic Trials Finalist. Want to know how fast Jordan is? Check his best times:
- 3:59:82 - Mile
- 8:24:62 - 3K Steeplechase
- 13:52 - 5K
- 29:16 - 10K
- 50:30 - 10M
- 67:55 - Half Marathon
- 2:27:42 - Marathon
Bryan works from his Richmond, VA home to assist existing and potential RunSignUp customers. In addition to helping customers maximize current RunSignUp features, Bryan is always listening to customer issues and working with the development team to update and improve the RunSignUp system. He's a big fan of the RunSignUp mobile timing app.
Bryan stays involved in the running community in several ways, volunteering as an assistant Course Director for the CASA Superhero run each year, volunteering with the Hermitage High School Cross Country Team, and timing home Cross Country meets. He does some running himself, as well, competing in a few 5K to 10 Mile races each year. Outside of running, Bryan also enjoys disc golf.
Frank works with the San Diego office as Business Development for the West Coast, and strategic partnerships with large events and series nationally. He gradated from The University of San Diego, where he played tight end for the Division 1 (FCS) football program, and lives there now with his wife Kendall and daughters Hayley and Gracie.
After working in the running industry for the last 5 years, he is most excited by RunSignUp's ability to be responsive to the needs of our customers, and believes it should be an obvious choice when race directors get a chance to see all the tools designed for them.
Frank is still an athlete, completing a number of triathlons (sprint distance to half-iron distance), and he enjoys running 5K's with his two daughters... who are already avid runners.
Brian is Business Development for the West Coast, Large Events, and Running Series from San Diego, CA. A former college basketball player who played professionally overseas, Brian now enjoys distance running (although he thinks Bob could beat him), and has competed in multiple Half, Olympic, and Sprint distance Triathlons. In 2013, he completed his first Full Distance Ironman.
While he has a hard time picking one feature of RunSignUp that he is most excited about, Brian loves that it is very nimble and responsive to customer needs, and that it continues to push out cutting edge technology to make the client and participant experiences better. He believes it truly is the "best overall solution" in the industry.
Andrew Burke is a Software Engineer who focuses primarily on technical support and customer engagement, as well as adding some new features. Originally from Massachusetts, Andrew moved to Philadelphia to attend Villanova University and elected to stay in the area after completing is BS in Computer Science and his MS in Software Engineering.
Andrew is most excited about RunSignUp's Participant Management system, and the opportunities that it creates for races to easily offer refunds and transfers that are mutually beneficial for both races and runners.
Although he has run the Philadelphia Marathon, Andrew generally considers himself a casual runner, and enjoys 5Ks and running with his wife and their two dogs. Running also keeps him in shape for his favorite extracurriculars like Ultimate Frisbee and Dodgeball. In any leftover free time, Andrew is currently working on his MBA at the Fox School of Business at Temple Universtiy, and tries to find the time to go hunting with his wife.
Matt joined the RunSignUp team in September 2013 as a Technical Customer Advocate located in Virginia, where he lives with his wife Jen and their five rescue pets.
Matt graduated from Christopher Newport University in 2003 with a degree in Management Information Systems, and holds an additional degree in Network Security from ECPI. A down-to-the-bone runner and a people person, Matt sees RunSignUp as the perfect opportunity for him to use his experience in both technology and customer service. On a daily basis, he assists customers as they transition to the RunSignUp platform, and helps Race Directors grow their events.
While at CNU, Matt earned All American honors in Cross Country and holds multiple school records in track. In 2010, he was introduced to his High School's Athletic Hall Of Fame.
Natalie Young currently resides in San Diego with her husband Ryan, after earning her Bachelors at San Diego State University. She is a Technical Customer Advocate, helping customers to set up their races, and gathering customer input to drive future improvements to the RunSignUp system. She genuinely loves learning about and working with each endurance event, and becoming a behind-the-scenes team member for so many unique events.
Natalie has hands-on experience throughout the Endurance Industry, having facilitated over 100 endurance events, including 5K's, 10K's, half marathons, bike rides and mud runs, as well as providing volunteer assistance for onsite registration and donation processing for charity events. Her bucket list includes increasing her own personal roster of running events, since she has "only" run 10 or so...and dedicates so much of her life to setting up events and working in the industry.
Personally, Natalie is most excited about the integration RunSignUp has with RunScore & Race Director, since she knows how much they can simplify a Timer's life. As a former Event Director, she also loves the valuable insight into participant behavior that can be found with the the custom analytics built directly into the RunSignUp platform.
Lauren is a new Center City, Philadelphia resident who is looking forward to exploring her new city... by running! She was born and raised in Lancaster, PA (no, she's not Amish), but lived in Jacksonville, Florida for three years while working for a youth development sports organization. She received a B.S. in Management and a Minor in Advertising from Clemson University Graduate Certificate in Sports Marketing and Sales from The Citadel.
Lauren contacts and assists existing RunSignUp races to optimize their race configuration. Additionally, she helps the sales engineer team to onboard new large races, and is helping with the development of a RunSignUp User Forum Support System. She's excited to improve methods of customer feedback and learn how to better meet their needs.
An NCAA All-American and Olympic Trials qualifier in swimming, Lauren swam sprint freestyle for Clemson University from 2005 - 2009. Since retiring from swimming, she has enjoyed using running as a fun outlet to stay active and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Half Marathons are her favorite, as they give her a challenging goal that requires sticking to a training plan. Lauren's other hobbies include nutrition and wellness, reading, and spending time with her husband, family and friends.
Andrew is a graduate of The College of New Jersey, with a major in the Radio / TV / Film track of Communication Studies and a minor in Interactive Multimedia. He creates various forms of visual and written content for RunSignUp, and manages the virtual help desk during the week. Using 3D animation, Andrew brought to life the RunSignUp man from the RunSignUp logo... which is "Phase One" in an effort to limit the amount of time that you have to look at his face on video.
Andrew began running competitively with elementary school track at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Berlin, and he continued running, adding cross country to his schedule, throughout high school at Paul VI in Haddonfield. These days, he can still be spotted running around various locations in South Jersey and Philadelphia... occasionally with a video camera in hand.
Beyond running and RunSignUp, Andrew also works as a comedian with the Philly Improv Theater, and is a member of the YouTube Partner Program.
Aaron joins RunSignUp from Northern California to provide technical support to Race Director and RD Go! customers. As the owner of Ford Timing, he provides guidance and recommendations with the perspective of hands-on experience.
As a Timer, Aaron is excited that about Race Day Check-In that allows Race Directors to keep registration open until the start of the race because they no longer need pre-printed and alphabetized bibs. Additionally, he loves that the Race Director Integration lets him use his current Timing Software to offer live, searchable, and mobile results from a local environment.
When he's not running, Aaron enjoys building with LEGO stimulate his brain. His current collections stands at 806 sets comprising of 245,021 bricks.
Stephen Sigwart, of Berlin, NJ, is the Chief Technology Officer at RunSignUp. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from the College of New Jersey and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Delaware. Stephen designs and maintains the technical infrastructure for RunSignUp, manages the API that allows external systems to interact with RunSignUp, develops new features, and works on fixing any potential website issues.
Stephen is most excited about RunSignUp's features allowing for registration for high-volume races, and the ability to have real time results-including live text message notifications.
Stephen started running track in elementary school, ran cross country and track at Paul VI High School, and continues to run local road races. In his free time, he works on side projects such as Redline13 (http://www.redline13.com), enjoys other outdoor activities, and likes the challenge of solving a Rubik's cube or a difficult Sudoku puzzle.
Johanna is a NC native who moved to Philadelphia to earn a B.S. in Sport and Recreation Management at Temple University, and has stuck around to work in the local recreation and fitness industry. She joins RunSignUp to help find new ways to gather and share user experiences and help RunSignUp customers learn from each other.
As an enthusiast of local, well-coordinated races, Johanna loves the personal touches provided by RunSignUp, and the ability to combine the best technology with customizations for specific events.
A competitive gymnast throughout high school who hated running, Johanna accidentally caved to peer pressure in her 20's and started running. Now it's hard to get her to stop running, and she runs locally with the Fishtown Beer Runners and the South Philly Striders. She loves trail running and distance, and is an ultramarathoner who is happiest spending her weekends wandering in the woods with friends.
Susan MacLean Lindeboom operates out of Moorestown, NJ as the Office manager and Financial Manager. While not a runner herself, Sue has previously worked for Moorestown Running Company, and cheers on her son in many 5K's... and recently, his first half marathon.
Outside of RunSignUp, Sue volunteers with a local environmental group as an AARP Tax Preparer for Seniors. She is a married mom of 3 grown (or almost-grown) boys, and enjoys biking, swimming, stained glass, gardening, crochet, and embroidery.
Erik is a Haddonfield, NJ native currently living in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. He focuses on RunSignUp sites, helping people to create place to showcase their races and timing services, but he loves seeing the continued progression of RunSignUp services for all users.
Erik coaches Track and Cross Country at Steamboat Springs High School, while trying to get back into shape for running in the mountains. While not running, he spends plenty of time outside as an enthusiastic skier and mountain biker.
Ryan is currently an undergraduate student at Penn State majoring in Information Sciences and Technology and minoring in Security and Risk Analysis. In addition to his studies at Penn State, he has an Associate's Degree in both Art and Graphic Design and Digital Media, and he has built several websites.
Ryan brings his knowledge of website design and development to the RunSignUp team as a Web User Interface Design Intern. Outside of RunSignUp and website design, Ryan's passions are photography and aviation safety.
Billy is a Cherry Hill, NJ native currently pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin. He develops mobile applications for RunSignUp that are necessary due to today's increasing reliance on smart phones.
Billy is thrilled to be a part of the RunSignUp team because the real-time nature of RunSignUp is unmatched by competitors. He believes that having the ability to be notified of one's results immediately following a race is an extremely rewarding feature.
While swimming has dominated most of his free time, Billy is an athlete who has recently starting to pick up running as a way to stay in shape and defeat the "freshman fifteen".
Brian resides in Mulicia Hill, NJ, where he contributes to RunSignUp through Agile Project Management and Technical Implementation. He is most excited about the scalability features of RunSignUp that allow for support of big races.
A former cross country runner, Brian has run on and off since he was 14 and currently considers himself to be a Turkey-Trotter. Brian is able to bend his legs backwards about 15 degrees... but unfortunately, thus far has been able to discern no competitive athletic advantages from this skill.
Bill Reichardt is a professional Software Engineer with broad experience in desktop, web, and mobile application development who lives in Deptford, NJ. A multi-year presenter at the JavaOne conference, Bill has also been a contributor to open source projects for the Apache Foundation and OASIS. Having worked for both large corporations such as Oracle and Hewlett Packard, as well as small startups, he understands the focus that an innovative company like RunSignUp can bring to an organization looking to simplify hosting a race.
Although not a runner himself, Bill respects the commitment it takes to focus on a goal, train hard, and work to achieve it. In his spare time Bill pursues his interest in science fiction and robotics on his blog http://gwfronteirs.blogspot.com .
Jeff is a User Experience Designer and Presentation Layer Architect with more than 10 years experience designing and developing web applications. He lives in South Jersey with his wife and young daughter, and can frequently be found complaining about browser support to anyone who will listen.
While mostly a recreational runner, Jeff has encountered other signup services while registering for Mud Runs and 5K's, and felt there was room for improvement.