President & CEO
Craig Bergman, CEO
Craig, a renowned political activist and former national political director for Ron Paul, has extensive computer and technology experience.
An early adopter of technology, he created his first computer sales and repair shop in the early 90s.
Craig was a key player in the early creation of online banking when he worked as a Vice President for several major banks, including Wells Fargo. He has managed a small bitcoin mining operation since 2012. He is an author, speaker, and radio talk show host. He is a Gulf War I-era veteran.
Devon Shaw, CTO
Devon has over 15 years of experience in hardware and infrastructure, ranging from systems architecture to network security. He has designed and deployed secure solutions for film and television studios, including Sony, Fox, Universal, Weinstein, and Netflix.
He has also consulted on secure cloud-based deployments for game development companies such as Blizzard, Ubisoft, and Square-Enix. Prior to that, he served as a rapid-response LAMP architect supporting a wide range of campaigns and non-profit organizations across the United States.
Francis Keyes, CFO
Francis has 10 years of experience in the investment banking industry. In his time at UBS, Lehman Brothers, and Barclays, he has executed over $4 billion of securities issuances, and provided risk management and strategic planning advice for numerous companies in the healthcare industry. He has also served as Vice President of Finance for a commercial and residential real estate development company. He is a graduate of Harvard University.
Alex is a well known political activist, syndicated talk show host, Chairman of Contract with America’s Veterans, FAIRtax state director, and a successful business owner in the printing and promotional industry. He is most well known for his United States Senate race in 2016, where he faced John McCain in the Republican party primary. Alex is a graduate of The College of New Jersey.
Mary is a Washington, DC-based advocacy, media and development professional with extensive expertise in federal regulatory and audit compliance. Mary wrote for President Ronald Reagan, served as special assistant to four cabinet members including U.S. Secretary of Education William Bennett, and has advised large federal election campaigns and many members of Congress.
Mary worked with the Free Congress Foundation and the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace where her husband, Dr. Marlo Lewis, was a fellow. She is a graduate of Scripps College with advanced studies from Claremont Graduate School and Notre Dame Institute.