Scott Garell is the CEO of Goodsearch. "Everyone has the power to change the world, and it's our mission to help them do it through simple daily actions." Before joining Goodsearch, Scott was the President of the Ask Network (the sixth largest network of sites according to comScore) where he managed five global businesses including Ask.com and Dictionary.com.
Scott sits on the board of Juma Ventures and holds his MBA from Harvard Business School.
"I Goodsearch for Juma Ventures as I believe that educating our youth and breaking the cycle of poverty is an important way to change the world positively, forever."
Ken Ramberg is a founder of Goodsearch. After selling his first company, JOBTRAK, to Monster.com, Ken wanted to do something game-changing in the world of philanthropy. "What if a percentage of the billions of dollars earned by the search engine giants could be directed to the users' favorite causes?" he thought. That inspiration led to the launch of Goodsearch.
Ken graduated from Stanford University. He sits on the Board of Governors of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the Advisory Board of the Venice Family Clinic and is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO).
"I Goodsearch for lots of of causes including the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Institute, the ASPCA, the Venice Family Clinic and more. I like being able to help a variety of nonprofits."
JJ Ramberg is a founder of Goodsearch. She's also the host of the program Your Business on MSNBC and bestselling author of It's Your Business. She and Ken were working on the idea for Goodsearch while she was reporting for CNN in Biloxi, MS and New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. "Seeing what was happening all around me made me believe more than ever that I needed to do something that would help not only these people and these cities, but all the causes that need so much support around the country."
JJ holds her MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and sits on the board of World Connect.
"I Goodsearch for FARE which is helping find a cure for my daughter's and nephew’s life threatening food allergies."
As Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Tom oversees the strategy, operations and creative development of the Company’s iconic travel and leisure businesses. Disney Parks and Resorts comprises five resort destinations in the United States, Europe and Asia and a sixth currently under construction in Shanghai, a top-rated cruise line, a popular vacation ownership program, a family resort on Oahu, Hawai’i and an award-winning guided family adventure business. Tom leads a global team of more than 122,000 Cast Members, Crew Members and Imagineers who all share a singular focus – creating unforgettable experiences that provide Disney guests with shared memories that last a lifetime.
Jeff Shell was named Chairman, Universal Filmed Entertainment Group in September of 2013. In his role, Jeff oversees worldwide operations for the motion picture group including its global theatrical and home entertainment businesses.
In his former position as Chairman, NBCUniversal International based in London, Jeff was responsible for overseeing the operations of all NBCUniversal International businesses including International TV Distribution, Global Television Networks and International Television Production.
Brad Ramberg is Chief Financial Officer of Beachbody, which includes top brands like P90X, Power 90, Slim in 6, INSANITY, and Shakeology. "The Beachbody Approach" to in-home fitness programs has gained the attention of over ten million satisfied customers and generated over $1.3 billion in sales.
Prior to Beachbody, Brad served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Idealab, a creator and operator of pioneering technology companies. Many of the companies created by Idealab were among the first to introduce new business ideas to the market. CitySearch, now a part of IAC, established the category of local online community directories. eToys demonstrated the tremendous potential for online consumer retail and became one of the most recognized brands during the early days of e-commerce. Overture Services, which began life as GoTo.com, was the first company to introduce the concept of paid search — the business model that powers the multi-billion dollar online search market.