Tenefit’s leadership team comprises executives with proven track records of innovation and execution in large and small enterprises. They all share a passion for delivering products and services that will reduce the loss of life and property.
Bob Miller is a strong technology leader with more than 30 years of experience in both Fortune 500 companies and private startups. Prior to Tenefit, Bob was CEO of a number of technology companies including MIPS, which he led to its IPO. Bob is a distinguished alumnus of Bucknell University and earned an MBA from Stanford University.
Vice President Engineering
Most recently, Mike was co-founder and President of Cloud Parity Inc, and Brilliant Lime Inc, two affiliated stealth-mode startups based in Silicon Valley. Previously, Mike was Senior Director of Mac Quality at Apple, Inc. where he lead the team responsible for integrated system level and software testing of all Apple’s Macintosh Division products. Before joining Apple, he was Senior Technical Director of Engineering in the Office of the CTO at Broadcom responsible the company’s overall software strategy, as well as researching new potential software and service revenue opportunities.
Vice President Finance
Natalie Lu head’s Tenefit’s finances and operations. Previously, she has held various roles in finance, business, and accounting at Soraa, Ignify and Blade Network Technologies (an IBM company). Natalie graduated with a degree in economic from University of California, Berkeley.
Vice President Operations
Arnaldo Roldan is Vice President of Operations at Tenefit, responsible for Cloud Services and Release Management. He brings over 20 years of industry experience managing IT and Operations at companies of varying sizes with 12 of those spent developing and supporting Cloud based solutions. Prior to Tenefit, he held technical management positions at Cloak Labs, OnStore and Sun Microsystems. Arnaldo has a penchant for automation, and when not helping to make things run smoother he can be found tending to vines and making wine.
Vice President Software Development
Johnny Miller has been developing much of the DisasterAWARE platform since 2013. Including leading the development of the client applications for the current generation of mobile and web products. He is now busy creating our next generation of solutions for employee safety, asset protection, and mass communication. When not in the office, you can find him surfing at the Lahaina Breakwall or out on the links.
In 2016 we were introduced to the Pacific Disaster Center who wanted to expand bringing their technology to the commercial marketplace with the thought of utilizing Tenefit’s large-scale cloud-based real-time delivery systems to make the “GSOC in your pocket affordable.”
In 2018 we officially launched the Tenefit solution that incorporated the Tenefit real-time delivery system and the Pacific Disaster Centers Natural Catastrophe data and application.
Since that time we have acquired leaders in Social Media, Transportation, Logistics, and Large Scale Manufacturing. This was done as a combination of our own direct sales as well as partnership agreements.