Our leadership is a rare blend of creative thinkers, analytical wizards, and technology experts dedicated to delivering a superior communications platform. Since 1999, Bandwidth has recruited the best and the brightest to champion our broader team and focus on empowering you.
David MorkenCofounder, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman
Mr. Morken is also the Cofounder, Chairman and former CEO of Republic Wireless. Mr. Morken is the Cofounder of Durham Cares. Prior to founding Bandwidth in 1999, Mr. Morken served on active duty in the Marine Corps as a Judge Advocate and Headquarters Company Commander. Mr. Morken received a B.A. in Political Science from Oral Roberts University and a J.D. from the University of Notre Dame Law School.
Jeff HoffmanChief Financial Officer
Mr. Hoffman oversees all financial operations for Bandwidth, including accounting, treasury, tax, financial analysis and reporting and is responsible for developing and implementing financial systems and reporting structures. Mr. Hoffman brings more than 18 years of financial management experience and has held senior positions with public and leading private equity sponsored companies. Before joining Bandwidth, he served as Vice President of Financial Planning & Analysis for Hawaiian Telcom where he led the company’s budgeting, financial modeling and management reporting functions. In addition, Jeff was a key contributor to Hawaiian Telcom’s capital restructuring and listing on NASDAQ in 2010. Prior to Hawaiian Telcom, Mr. Hoffman served as the Director of Finance and Planning for Madison River Communications where he was instrumental in many mergers and acquisitions throughout the company’s history including its eventual acquisition by CenturyLink in 2007. Jeff earned a B.A. in Economics and International Relations from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
Chris MattonGeneral Counsel
W. Christopher Matton has served as General Counsel of Bandwidth since 2010. As General Counsel, Mr. Matton provides support and counsel for corporate, human resources, intellectual property, legal and regulatory matters. Prior to joining Bandwidth, Mr. Matton was a partner at Kilpatrick Stockton LLP. Mr. Matton also previously served on the founding team and board of managers of Veritas Collaborative, an eating disorder treatment hospital system. Mr. Matton has worked with companies ranging from early stage to publicly traded companies and has represented clients in connection with venture capital financings, private equity financings, mergers and acquisitions, public and private offerings of securities and other corporate matters. Mr. Matton earned a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a J.D. from Wake Forest University where he also served as the Executive Editor of the Wake Forest Law Review.
Bandon AsbillGeneral Counsel
As General Counsel, Brandon Asbill oversees all legal operations for Bandwidth, including corporate, sales, human resources, intellectual property, compliance, and regulatory functions.
Before joining Bandwidth, Brandon spent 12 years with Red Hat, where he served as Vice President & Assistant General Counsel. He led teams that completed over 20 acquisitions with an aggregate value of more than $1.5 billion. He also led key aspects of IBM’s $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat, which was the then-largest software acquisition in history.
Before his tenure at Red Hat, Brandon spent seven years with GE Energy advising senior leaders on acquisitions, divestitures and other strategic corporate transactions. He obtained his undergraduate degree in History from Princeton University and his JD from the University of Georgia School of Law.
As President, Marina leads strategic initiatives on behalf of CEO, David Morken. For the past four years, Marina has served as Deputy General Counsel for Bandwidth, where she was responsible for a broad range of Bandwidth’s legal portfolio, including the negotiation of key strategic commercial agreements, oversight of litigation and government investigations, and management of all data privacy issues. She developed and implemented Bandwidth’s GDPR compliance efforts, navigating new territory at the regulation’s inception. Prior to joining Bandwidth, Marina spent eight years as a litigation attorney. Marina graduated from the University of North Carolina, where she was a Morehead Scholar. She earned her law degree from the University of Virginia.
Noreen AllenChief Marketing Officer
As Chief Marketing Officer, Noreen is responsible for building the Bandwidth brand and driving revenue across all lines of business.
For the past 16 years, she’s held leadership positions with both private and publicly traded companies. She excels at building powerful, category-leading brands that help to transform companies at various stages.
Most recently, Noreen served as Vice President, Global Marketing for e-commerce software provider, ChannelAdvisor. Prior to that, she served as Vice President, Marketing for Hosted Solutions, a leader in the cloud computing market that was acquired by Windstream Corp. in late 2010 for $310 million. From 2005 to 2008, Noreen served as Vice President of Marketing for Motricity (now Voltari), a provider of mobile data infrastructure solutions. There she was instrumental in building the brand and growing revenue from $10 million to over $100 million prior to the company’s IPO. Prior to that, she spent five years as Vice President, Marketing with SpectraSite Communications, a wireless infrastructure provider that was sold to American Tower in 2005 for $3.3 billion.
Rebecca BottorffChief People Officer
As Chief People Officer, Rebecca is responsible for developing and directing the overall People Services (human resources) strategy for Bandwidth. In addition to leading People Services, she oversees internal communication and the company’s corporate giving and community involvement program, Bandwidth Cares.
Rebecca is a seasoned executive, management consultant, and business coach with deep expertise in human resources management and leadership development. She has worked in a variety of high growth sectors for scaling organizations in international and multiple state work environments.
Prior to joining Bandwidth, Rebecca was founder and President of Venture Savvy Consulting Group providing human resources and leadership expertise primarily for growing technology companies. Before that she was an early member of Motricity Inc.’s (now Voltari) founding executive team starting in 2004. As VP of HR at Motricity, she architected the company’s human resources strategy and developed programs that enabled the business to scale from 75 employees and $10m in revenue to more than 500 employees and $100m revenue in just three years.
Scott MullenChief Technology Officer
As Chief Technology Officer, Scott is responsible for the development, engineering, operations and overall technical strategy of the Bandwidth platforms and services.
Scott is a seasoned technologist with nearly 20 years of experience in engineering and software development. He has deep experience in building highly scalable software platforms and has built development teams capable of scaling with the business in high growth communications companies.
Prior to Bandwidth Scott worked for Lucent Technologies designing and implementing their next generation IP platforms and applications.
Scott is a graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County with a degree in Computer Science.
Kade RossChief Information Officer
As Chief Information Officer, Kade Ross oversees Bandwidth’s information technology, data governance, analytics, service management, and security functions. Kade joined Bandwidth in 2002 as employee number thirteen, and has been an integral part of some of Bandwidth’s most transformational milestones. He guided enterprise sales and support for one of Bandwidth’s largest customer accounts – and helped lead the team that successfully built the first iteration of our voice network within nine months.
Kade has a B.S. from UNC Chapel Hill, and brings seventeen years of leadership experience in Information Technology, Facilities, People Services, and Enterprise Sales to the Bandwidth team. Outside the office, Kade enjoys spending time with his wife Mary Margaret and children Hayes and Louise.
Ryan HenleyChief Customer Officer
As Chief Customer Officer, Ryan is responsible for ensuring customers are successful across their entire Bandwidth journey.
Joining Bandwidth in 2013, Ryan has led operational and customer success teams in support of serving and growing our customers. He is passionate about our customers’ success and keenly interested in partnering to deliver innovative, timely, responsive solutions.
Over the past 30 years, Ryan has held leadership roles of increasing responsibility across the software and communications service delivery lifecycle with companies like Advanced Technology Group (service delivery consulting), Liquid Networx and Intelisys (professional services), OpSource (managed hosting), and Qwest Communications (telecommunications).
Ryan began his career as a communications officer in the US Army after graduating from Georgetown University. Ryan also holds a Masters of Finance from the University of Colorado as well as Six Sigma Black Belt and Project Management Professional certifications.
John BellChief Product Officer
John leads Product at Bandwidth. His team is responsible for driving strategy, design, and development across Bandwidth’s product portfolio. John has deep experience working directly with the market leaders in enterprise communications that rely on Bandwidth’s platform and products. John holds a Bachelor of Science from Harvey Mudd College, and has previously worked within the mobile ecosystem at Accenture, InfoSpace Mobile and Motricity.
Amaya LanteroGM, International
Amaya was previously Chief Revenue Officer for Voxbone. As GM, International, she leads international operations for Bandwidth, including commercial, product, operations, and technology. She has full P&L responsibility and is overseeing the transition of Voxbone to “One Bandwidth.” Amaya got her start in corporate finance helping fast-growing tech companies with their strategy, M&A, and financing. She then spent three years at Blippar, an augmented reality tech company, where she built the Partner Network from scratch and turned it into the company’s highest growth revenue stream through the commercialization of its SaaS product, growing its revenues by 100% for two years in a row. Amaya has a joint degree in law and business from ICADE, Comillas Pontifical University.
Mr. Murdock was previously Bandwidth’s General Counsel and presently serves as a director of Republic Wireless. Mr. Murdock is broadly active in the wireless communications and competitive networks space as a director on the boards of both the CTIA and Incompas industry organizations. Prior to joining Bandwidth, Mr. Murdock founded a specialized law firm with a national level complex litigation focus. As a Marine officer, Mr. Murdock served on active duty, including combat in Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Mr. Murdock obtained a B.S. in Finance from Miami University of Ohio, with an NROTC scholarship and a J.D. from the University of Notre Dame Law School.
Luke Roush co-founded Sovereign’s Capital in 2012, and is a Managing Partner for the firm. While living in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta from 2013-2016, he opened the firm’s operations in Asia. Luke is primarily focused on the firm’s healthcare and consumer product investments. Prior to Sovereign’s Capital, Luke had twelve years of experience in global commercialization and business development at venture-backed and Fortune 500 companies. He was Vice President for Sales, Marketing, and Business Development at TransEnterix (NYSE:TRXC), a medical device company that developed and commercialized a minimally invasive surgical system in the US, Europe, and Asia. Prior to TransEnterix, he served as Chief Operating Officer at Liquidia Technologies (NASDAQ:LQDA), a nanotechnology company focused on biopharmaceutical applications. Luke previously served as global marketing manager for the neurovascular stroke business at Boston Scientific (NYSE:BSX). He also co-founded 410 Medical, a device company focused on fluid infusion in pediatric and adult emergency care. Luke graduated summa cum laude from Duke University, and later earned his MBA from The Fuqua School of Business. Luke resides in San Jose, California with his wife, Brooke, and their three children.
Brian D. BaileyDirector
Brian D. Bailey has served as a director of Bandwidth since February 2013. Mr. Bailey is a Cofounder and Managing Partner of Carmichael Partners, a private investment firm based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Prior to forming Carmichael Partners, he worked in private equity at The Carlyle Group in Washington, Forstmann Little & Co. in New York and Carousel Capital in Charlotte. In addition to his private equity background, Mr. Bailey previously held investment banking positions at Bowles Hollowell Conner & Co. in Charlotte and CS First Boston in New York and served in several government positions in Washington including Special Assistant to the President in the Office of the White House Chief of Staff and Director of Strategic Planning and Policy at the U.S. Small Business Administration. Mr. Bailey currently serves on the boards of Bandwidth, Bluerock Residential Growth REIT, Republic Wireless and the TDF Foundation. He has previously served on the boards of a number of private, public and nonprofit organizations. Mr. Bailey holds a B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.B.A. degree from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Douglas A. SurianoDirector
Douglas A. Suriano has served as a director of Bandwidth since October 2017. Until September 2019, Mr. Suriano was senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Communications. Mr. Suriano joined Oracle Communications in 2013 as vice president of products following Oracle Communications’ acquisition of Tekelec, Inc. At Tekelec, Inc., Mr. Suriano served as chief technology officer and vice president of engineering. Prior to Tekelec, Inc., Mr. Suriano served as the vice president of engineering at dynamicsoft, Inc. and chief information officer for QAD, Inc. Before QAD, Inc., Mr. Suriano managed the information technology division for the United States Marine Corps. Mr. Suriano holds a B.S. degree from the U.S. Naval Academy and an M.S. in information technology from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School.