Meet our Operators

Every Managed by Q employee is called an ‘Operator’ because we believe that when we work together, we can achieve our goals. It’s through our diverse skills and backgrounds that we’ve built a better business.

Keith Hong

Operations, Q Services

Keith started his Managed by Q career as an On-Call Operator with our service company Q Services, where he became interested in the logistics side of our business. He was quickly promoted to the New York City Operations team, and then to Q Services’ Central Operations team. When Keith isn’t on the phone ensuring our Operators and clients have a great experience with Q Services, he can be found trying new food, going to concerts, and attending rap battles.

Jenny Gibbons

Data & Analytics

Jenny develops the dashboards and data models that support Managed by Q’s growth team and enable them to make informed decisions about the direction of our business. She joined Managed by Q after completing her Masters in Commerce with a concentration in Business Analytics from the University of Virginia. When Jenny isn’t analyzing data on office services, she’s planning her next trip––she has just three continents left to visit!

Matt Briançon

Engineering

Matt joined Managed by Q as a software engineer in the early days, and has helped the team expand its infrastructure to support our growing office services. Prior to Managed by Q, he built backend services for Bloomberg, launched several sites with Type/Code, and co-founded a platform to help charities raise money. When he’s not coding, Matt is usually busy climbing, drinking tea, or making turkey sandwiches.

Our fearless leaders

Dan Teran

Chief Executive Officer

Chris Davis

Chief Financial Officer

Phil Sarin

Chief Technology Officer

Megan Bowen

SVP of Business Operations

Maria Dunn

VP of People

Ron Feldman

VP of Product

Allison Whalen

VP of Enterprise

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