Blake Gasca is CEO and CTO of MuHu. A co-founder of MuHu’s predecessor, Convoy Technologies, he guided the company from a nimble startup to an award-winning, high-growth organization. He now drives success for MuHu, where he brings a zealous passion to innovate, save lives, lower total client cost of operations, and deliver high quality solutions. Blake earned his business degree at Loyola Marymount University, where he majored in information system quantitative management and international business. He has experience in operations management, mobile technology, strategic planning, and IT solutions. Blake resides in Aliso Viejo, CA with his wife, Kelly and two young children, Jake and Reagan.
Pete Janda has had roles in finance, corporate development and strategy while also pitching in to various operational functions in need of “just getting done.” During the last four years he was a team member at Telogis, a mobile resource management SaaS provider, where he helped finance and grow the company from pre-Series A, through a Series B stage and to its eventual sale to Verizon. Prior to Telogis Pete spent six years at Ingram Micro, the world’s largest distributor of information technology products, where he collaborated with the executive management team on global strategy, acquisitions and greenfield growth initiatives. Earlier in his career Pete worked in investment banking and consulting in New York. He has an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Columbia University and a graduate degree in business administration from the Anderson School at UCLA.
Martin Janda has over the past 18 years contributed to and managed development teams with demonstrable success in design, development, implementation and maintenance of energy / commodity trading and risk management software platforms used to transact tens of billions of dollars each year.
Martin has achieved a successful track record in part by maintaining a relentless focus on bridging gaps between end-user software needs and implemented solutions. He has developed deep understanding in both business and technical areas to effectively develop not only IT strategies but also multiple solution options utilizing leading edge design, implementation, tools, scalability and performance. He has an undergraduate degree from Trinity University.
Meshach Weber is a leader in the fields of digital strategy and behavioral marketing. Leveraging his unique approach, called “environing,” he draws on both disciplines to create the intuitive, cohesive digital spaces and engaging content proven to foster brand affinity and drive conversions. Having served as digital strategist to both enterprise and startup transportation technology companies, including XRS, Omnitracs, and ONE20, Meshach brings a wealth of experience to MuHu, where he identifies and executes solutions that look good, make sense, and, most importantly, perform. Sixteen years ago, Meshach founded digital strategy agency, Firebrand, where he continues to bring his deep insights to bear—from conversion optimization and PPC to SEO and SEM—he routinely drives strong ROI for his clients. In the past, Meshach’s keen interest in innovative technology solutions drove him to create the first true Edit in Place, WYSIWYG Content Management System (CMS). Today, he routinely bridges the gap between design, marketing, technology, and business requirements—always with an eye toward delivering measurable results.
Catherine Green started her career in technology at Madge Networks, after receiving her BA from Stanford and subsequently an MBA from Berkeley. She then joined Calista Inc., and was part of an executive team that took the company to acquisition by Cisco Systems. She has led teams at Cisco, Dotster and Mavenlink, overseeing multi-million dollar e-commerce websites, SaaS platforms and marketing programs. Catherine is a trained executive coach and public speaker. She has lived in Europe and Latin America; speaks French and Spanish; is a singer, vocal trainer, and author.
Board of directors
Darin Anderson is an experienced entrepreneur with an emphasis on strategy, corporate development, sales, and technology. In addition to Muhu, Darin is also the chairman of the board and CEO of Salas O’Brien LLC, a national leading consulting engineering and facilities firm. The firm has been a 5x Inc. 5000 fastest growing company. He was recognized as the 2016 EY Entrepreneur of the Year for Orange County/Inland Empire. Darin also serves as the Chair of the University of California, Riverside Foundation Board of Trustees. He is also the Education Chair and Chair-Elect of the California Coast Chapter of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO). He has a CPA, and both a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in business from the University of California, Riverside. Darin is the ultimate competitor; he has a black belt in Karate, competes in ultra-marathons, bicycle racing, soccer, and is a current age group “All-American” and represents the USA in the world duathlon championships. He resides in Newport Beach, CA with his wife Lori and two children, Luke and Aubrie.
Scott Green started 270 Capital after returning from a 270 day worldwide tour of South America, Asia, Africa, and Europe with his family. His vision is to provide financing as well as expertise to an exclusive group of entrepreneurs and business owners who are building exciting young companies with potential.
Prior to founding 270 Capital, Scott was the Founder and CEO of StrataCare Inc, which provides technology solutions for workers compensation. StrataCare was partially sold to private equity in 2009 and again to Xerox Corporation in 2014.
Scott is also an active philanthropist, contributing to non-profits in the U.S. as well as Africa.
Scott has an undergraduate degree in Economics from Pomona College and an MBA from the University of California, Irvine.