Team

Richard Bronson, CEO / Founder

Richard Bronson

Founder/CEO

Before launching 70MillionJobs, Richard served as Director of Defy Ventures, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing incarcerated men and women second chances upon release. Before that, he was a co-founder of the popular nostalgia website, DoYouRemember.com. His career began on Wall Street, where he managed money at Lehman Bros. and Bear Stearns. He eventually went on to found Biltmore Securities, a registered broker-dealer based in South Florida. Richard grew Biltmore to nearly 500 employees and took many companies public. After Biltmore, Richard founded Channels Magazine and launched several successful consumer product and service businesses. Richard was convicted of securities fraud in 2002, arising from his activities in the 1990s and served two years in a Federal prison camp.

Seth Sundberg

Seth Sundberg

Director of Sales

Seth is a California Bay Area native, a former NBA basketball player, a former branch manager of a national mortgage company and a former inmate in a federal prison. He was incarcerated for tax fraud and served 5 years for his offense, and is now committed to making the transition back into society better for other formerly incarcerated men and women.

Dan Mozzochi, Operations Manager

Dan Mozzochi

Director of Operations

Dan brings management, operations, marketing and project management experience to the 70MillionJobs team. After graduating from the University of Washington with a BA in Communications, Dan started his career in retail, managing teams of up to 200 people for both Abercrombie & Fitch and Target. Most recently he was Senior Project Manager at AHA, a marketing agency in the Portland area. There he helped Fortune 500 companies like Charles Schwab and Nike execute their integrated digital marketing programs.

Adrienne Hatter - Employment Specialist / Community Outreach

Adrienne Hatter

Employment Specialist / Community Outreach

Adrienne works as an Employment Specialist, with a focus on community outreach at 70MillionJobs. She oversees community organization and government partnerships, and has facilitated reentry partnership projects in over 30 states. After graduating from the University of California Berkeley in 2016 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Rhetoric, she worked in Corporate Law at Clerkin Lynch Solicitors in Dublin, Ireland on the largest litigation case in the country’s history. Previously, she created and co-facilitated a UC Berkeley course on topical news in the modern media, and worked as an Editing Intern at Red Arrow Media Group.

Julianna Gordon

Julianna Gordon

Employment Specialist / Marketing Manager

Julianna works as a Marketing Manager and Employment Specialist with 70MillionJobs. She oversees job seeker outreach and growth through traditional and digital marketing campaigns and provides one-on-one job seeker support. Julianna has worked in Western Uganda implementing a human rights program for women who were HIV positive, on a congressional campaign during the 2016 election cycle, and for the largest lobbying group in Nevada. She graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo with a BS in both Ethnic Studies and Political Science.

Advisory Board

Justin Vail

Justin Vail

Former White House Deputy Director of Private Sector Engagement

Most recently, Justin led the Fair Chance Business Pledge in the Obama White House, an effort to ensure job opportunities for individuals with a criminal record. Prior to joining the Obama Administration, Justin clerked for judges in both the Northern District of Illinois and the Eastern District of Missouri. He previously served as a Policy Aide to U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill and helped lead the Senator's successful re-election campaign in 2012. He also worked on then-Senator Obama's 2008 presidential campaign. Justin is a native of St. Louis, MO, and a graduate of Truman State University and Washington University School of Law.

Dr. Terry-Ann Craigie

Dr. Terry-Ann Craigie

Associate Professor of Economics, Connecticut College

Terry-Ann Craigie is an Associate Professor of Economics at Connecticut College and the Economics Fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law. Prior to joining the 70M Coin advisory board, she was also a visiting fellow at the Urban Institute, and a postdoctoral research associate at Princeton University. She was selected as a Self-Sufficiency Research Clearinghouse (SSRC) Emerging Scholar in 2013. Craigie is an economist with transdisciplinary interests in mass incarceration, criminal justice reform, and the labor market. She has published in journals such as Oxford Development Studies, Eastern Economic Journal, Review of Black Political Economy, Families, Relationships & Societies, The Future of Children, and Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice. Her research has been supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and she has presented at numerous national conferences and research seminars, including The White House.

Torin Ellis

Torin Ellis

Diversity Strategist

Torin Ellis is a Diversity Strategist, Published Author, and SiriusXM Contributor with an accomplished background that includes nearly 20 years of recruitment and strategy efforts. His background also includes military service, several Board of Director appointments and unwavering spirit of giving back to the community and emerging youth. Torin's book, Rip The Resume was published by Petersons (September 2016).

Glenn E. Martin

Glenn E. Martin

Consultant

Before launching GEMTrainers, Glenn E. Martin founded and served as President of JustLeadershipUSA for three years, an organization dedicated to cutting the U.S. correctional population in half by 2030. For almost 20 years, he has been part of the vanguard of successful non-profit leaders in America. His inspirational leadership has been recognized with multiple honors, including the 2016 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award, the 2017 Brooke Astor Award, and the 2014 Echoing Green Fellowship. Prior to founding JustLeadershipUSA, he was the Vice President of The Fortune Society, where he founded and led the David Rothenberg Center for Public Policy. He also served as the Co-Director of the National HIRE Network at the Legal Action Center, and is a co-founder of the Education from the Inside Out Coalition. Glenn is also the founder of the #CLOSErikers campaign in NYC. Glenn’s bold, unflinching leadership is recognized by leaders from across the political spectrum. He is a sought after public speaker and a frequent media guest appearing on national news outlets such as NPR, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, Al Jazeera and CSPAN.

John Kirkland

John Kirkland

Senior VP, The Doe Fund

John serves as Senior Vice President Corporate and Workforce Development at The Doe Fund, where he leads major employer engagements for employment and training leverage. Kirkland was previously Vice President-Corporate Employment & Development Partnerships at FEGS in New York City.

David Thorpe

David Thorpe

Director, Fortune Society

David currently serves as Director of Employment and Vocational/Educational Counseling at the Fortune Society in New York, where he oversees job placement and retention, working closely with foundations and various governmental agencies. Before that, he was a Program Manager at the Osborne Association. He received a BA from St. John’s University, graduating summa cum laude.David served nearly 25 years behind bars prior to embarking on his career in workforce development. David was also a 2016-2017 Beyond the Bars Fellow at the Center for Justice at Columbia University.

Peter Gudmundsson

Peter A. Gudmundsson

Managing Director, Longship Partners

Peter is the President and CEO of RecruitMilitary, the leading veteran-hiring solutions company in the nation. A former U.S. Marine field artillery and intelligence officer, Gudmundsson is a graduate of Harvard Business School (MBA) and Brown University (BA).

Randolph Brown

Randolph Brown

Founder and CEO, Enrise

Randy Brown is a software engineer who is passionate about leveraging technology to promote equal opportunity. He was the founding engineer and CTO of Jopwell, a Y Combinator alumnus, and until recently was the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Engineer in Residence at /dev/color. He's recently founded Enrise, an online platform where individuals from diverse backgrounds can propose, discover, and collaborate on tech projects that empower their communities. Randy studied Economics and Computer Science at Princeton University.