Team

CreateMe has one simple goal: The radical reinvention of apparel manufacturing.

We’ve assembled an R&D think tank of proven talent from top brands like Disney, Tegra, Lululemon, VF Corp, adidas, Apple, Amazon, Google, Fitbit, Nike, Calvin Klein, and many more.

Together, we’re building a revolutionary end-to-end platform designed to connect our customers to consumers with more creative freedom and less friction than ever before.

Meet Our Leadership Team
Co-founders
Executives
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Campbell Myers

Founder, Co-CEO

Campbell Myers

Founder, Co-CEO

Campbell Myers is a seasoned entrepreneur, innovator, inventor, and investor with 17 plus years of executive and operational experience in the tech and finance industries. Campbell’s expertise spans a number of verticals including e-commerce, apparel, adtech, content and licensing, among others. Campbell has played critical roles in the launching, development and financing of multiple venture and PE-backed startups and businesses as they have expanded from zero to scale–hundreds of millions of revenue, thousands of employees, and dozens of offices globally.

Today, Campbell serves as Founder, Co-CEO and Managing Member of CreateMe Technologies. Here, he drives the brand’s cutting-edge vision and strategy, innovation, R&D, and creative activities across this fast-growing 150-person enterprise. Campbell holds 4 patents, and 6 further pending patents for inventions developed at CreateMe.

Like many members of CreateMe’s founding team, Campbell has a wealth of experience in the development of scaled and start-up e-commerce/SaaS platform businesses, operating across business development, operations, and client-service orientated roles. Key roles include time spent at DoubleClick over the period in which it was sold to Google for $3.1bn, and as part of the founding team at GroupCommerce, a tier-1 venture backed e-commerce SaaS business with $40 mn of funding and a $50 million annual run rate. During his time at GroupCommerce, Campbell oversaw many of the business’s highest grossing accounts for major audience owners, including: The New York Times, Boston Globe, Rogers Communications (Canada), Priceline, The Active Network, and Thrillist, among others. Campbell also played a key operational role at the company, expanding the business to Canada and the UK, and integrating acquisition and mergers operationally, onto our platform and in a client product prioritization and platform development capacity.

In addition to his present duties at CreateMe, Campbell is Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of The Campbell & Ehrenfried Company LLC, an investment firm focused on early-stage funding in the entertainment, apparel and technology industries.

Campbell originates from New Zealand, and resided in London from 2002-2009, when he moved his base to New York City. He has served as a Director on the Board of Advisors of Downtown Music Holdings since its inception in 2007; the lead Series Seed Investor and Independent Director in Rowing Blazers’ Ltd, a leading menswear, primarily e-commerce D2C brand (2018-2019); and Director, Observer in Gill Marine since 2018, a leading major technical apparel brand globally. Campbell is a Member of the Global Innovators Community, within the World Economic Forum; a Member of the New York Leadership Council for The Nature Conservancy; a Member of the Board of Row New York, supporting underprivileged youth through academics and the sport of rowing; a Steward of the Gold Cup of Philadelphia; a Member of Leander Club; a Member of The New Zealand Institute, a leading national public policy think tank; and a key sponsor of Rowing New Zealand and the New Zealand Olympic Committee. In his earlier life, Campbell was a U23 Provincial Rowing Representative and National Rowing Champion, and has had significant mountaineering and ski mountaineering experience including completing the Haute Route and summiting The Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, Mt. Elbrus, and Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Campbell received an MA in History from the University of Cambridge, and an MBA in General Management from the J.L. Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Campbell also attended coursework at MIT, focused on Advanced/Additive Manufacturing. He and his wife Audrey, a designer, live in New York with their two wheaten terriers.

How would you describe your job to a bunch of five-year-olds?

All-day, we play in an enormous sandpit–without adult supervision... naturally–and we are only limited by the heights of our imagination.

What trend do you hope makes a comeback?

Well, in the spirit of customization: hyper color, or thermochromic pigments, they were so much fun as a kid…THAT would be a great comeback!

Sushi or tacos? And why?

Sushi…I have a huge admiration for all things weird, wonderful, and unique from the Land of the Rising Sun! From bento box to omakase, hai!

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Vib Prasad

Co-Founder, Co-CEO

Vib Prasad

Co-Founder, Co-CEO

Vib Prasad is a veteran of startups and large companies with a focus on eCommerce and Fintech.  He has led omnichannel businesses in retail, payments, and analytics.  Starting his career at Accenture, Vib was the founder of CourtLink, a company that enabled electronic access to court documents and data, through its acquisition by LexisNexis.  He subsequently led pricing and analytics at Duane Reade.  At 1-800-Flowers.com, he had responsibility for managing the eCommerce storefront for a $500M business unit.   He was Chief Operating Officer of Group Commerce, an eCommerce platform for media companies.   Most recently, he led global product management for MasterPass, Mastercard’s digital wallet offering to over 100 countries.

As CreateMe’s Co-CEO and Co-Founder, he uses his 25 years of experience in technology to build high-performance teams across product, technology, and operations. 

How would you describe your job to a bunch of five-year-olds?

I tell my kids my job is about removing obstacles for other people.

Do you have an office nickname? What is it?

Some people call me Yoda for my sage advice.

What’s your secret talent that no one knows about?

I help almost everyone in my life buy a car. It’s something I know a lot about, and really enjoy unlike almost everyone else on the planet.

What is the best gift you’ve given/received?

Track time at the Nurburgring in Germany!

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Jason Bennett

Co-Founder, CTO

Jason Bennett

Co-Founder, CTO

Jason Bennett is an experienced technology executive who’s passionate about creating and delivering incredible products, and building and retaining all-star engineering teams. Proven ability to do both for startups and enterprise companies focusing on eCommerce, education technology, ad-tech, and messaging. Starting his career at Motorola, Jason was a staff software engineer responsible for designing and building the application runtime environments running on millions of Motorola phones throughout the world. At Google and DoubleClick, he subsequently led the teams responsible for building the user interface for their display ads platform. At GroupCommerce, he was the VP of Engineering responsible for building the SaaS eCommerce platform for publishers that had a run rate of $50M. He was also the Head of Technology at Neverware, where he was responsible for leading the team building the low-level virtualization software installed in thousands of schools throughout the US. Most recently, he was the CTO of CrisisTextLine, a platform that exchanged over 150M messages and saved countless lives.

As CreateMe’s CTO and Co-Founder, he uses his extensive 22 years of technology experience to build a high-performing engineering team, drive software technology strategy, establish the development process and guide infrastructure to create the company’s scalable, robust, apparel creation suite.

How would you describe your job to a bunch of five-year-olds?

I help make sure that we are building the right things in the right way.

If CreateMe had a yearbook, you would be listed as most likely to…?

Ask you for the requirements

The best piece of advice I've ever been given is?

Never make a decision based upon fear.

What trend do you hope makes a comeback?

That truth and facts matter again

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Ben Waller

Co-Founder, VP, Marketing

Ben Waller

Co-Founder, VP, Marketing

Ben Waller is an adept tech leader, having spent the last ten years collaborating with a diverse array of marketing and design teams across multiple industries. As the VP of Marketing at CreateMe, he spearheads Brand, B2B Marketing, and Product Marketing initiatives, as well as  Communications for the company.

Prior to joining the CreateMe team, Ben led digital and animated content production at San Francisco-based ARGONAUT and managed packaging and product content development at Fitbit Inc

Ben is passionate about fostering our unique brand identity while amplifying customer voices to drive innovative product development. Above all, he’s eager to deliver on CreateMe’s bold vision: the radical transformation of the concept-to-creation process.

What’s the most fun you’ve had at CreateMe?

Aside from Karaoke...a dinner with a fellow SF startup at ATX 2019 where we shared ideas and learnings about the future of automation.

If CreateMe had a yearbook, you would be listed as most likely to…?

Ask a question.

What’s your secret talent that no one knows about?

I am a champion waffle maker.

If you wrote a memoir, what would the title be?

How Did I Get Here?

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Amy Wagner

Chief Financial Officer

Amy Wagner

Chief Financial Officer

As Chief Financial Officer, Amy Wagner brings her extensive experience growing young companies with value-driving corporate strategy to CreateMe. Most recently, Amy was the COO and CFO of Altress, a sustainable, on-demand, and customizable apparel company. There she developed the company’s commercial and corporate strategy, launched and scaled the D2C and B2B platforms, and led the finance, accounting, tax, legal, and compliance functions. Prior to Altress, Amy launched and successfully exited two start-ups, a cleantech investment bank which was sold to Nomura, and an IT consulting firm that was sold for a 20x cash-on-cash return. Amy started her career at Citigroup in investment banking, completing over $30 billion of transactions, including several landmark deals.

Amy graduated with honors from Harvard University with a degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy. She is an avid supporter of educational programs, medical research, and animal rights, and fostered many canine friends before adopting her own. Amy has served on the New York regional board of Reading Partners, a non-profit that enhances literacy through in-school programs, and has been a tutor and mentor for at-risk students for over 15 years. Amy lives in Connecticut with her husband, four kids, and three dogs.

What's the most inspiring part of your job?

The team—brilliant, kind, and mission-driven from top to bottom.

What trend do you hope makes a comeback?

Stilettos—I can’t walk in flats or flip flops.

80s or 90s? And why?

‘80s—because there couldn’t possibly be more embarrassing outfits and pictures to show my kids when they are older.

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Ann Buckingham

Chief Commercialization & Strategy Officer

Ann Buckingham

Chief Commercialization & Strategy Officer

Ann is a global executive leader with repeated success guiding sizable, cross-functional, and performance-driven teams. She has proven expertise in global consumer products, brand development, licensing, omni-channel, sales, merchandising, product development, and creative for some of the world’s biggest brands, including The Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Fox, and DreamWorks. She has 25 years of experience directing high-level operational initiatives involving infrastructure design, process
 re-engineering, turnaround management, P&L management, and
 budget forecasting. 

Ann believes in leadership by example; she is passionate about building global teams that foster innovation and creative problem solving. Most recently, Ann was Senior Vice President of Brand Merchandising and Product Design within the Parks, Experiences, and Products division of The Walt Disney Company. Before that, she led the global brand, creative and product strategy, product design, and line development for 20th Century Fox, National Geographic, and ESPN.

Ann is passionate about empowering women in leadership. She currently serves as board advisor for the Marquette University for Women’s Leadership council, sits on the Board of Governors for MECCA, and is a member of Women in Toys, Licensing & Entertainment. Ann is a dual citizen of the United States and the Republic of Croatia, and she consistently champions her Croatian heritage as a member of the Association of Croatian Professionals and the Croatian Women’s Network.

What's the most inspiring part of your job? 

Working with such talented and visionary industry leaders.

How would you describe your job to a bunch of five-year-olds?

I help people make things they love and want.

What’s your secret talent that no one knows about? 

I speak, read, and write Croatian fluently.

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Tim Williams

Chief Customer Officer

Tim Williams

Chief Customer Officer

Tim Williams is a proven entrepreneurial visionary with over 12 years of experience driving global innovation in the apparel customization space. Tim built customization company YR from the ground up, disrupting the apparel industry by enabling retailers to offer customization opportunities in-store and at events. YR, now a CreateMe Technologies company, quickly became a leader of print and embroidery automation, trusted by retail giants like Levi’s, H&M, and Ralph Lauren.

At CreateMe, Tim builds and maintains high-level relationships with global corporate clients. He is passionate about product innovation and dedicated to delivering solutions on time and within budget. Tim’s larger business philosophy is multifaceted: fail fast, innovate, grow, and develop an awesome culture along the way. 

Tim is based in the UK and the US, spending most of his time in East London. He is passionate about cars and food — but not at the same time.

What's the most inspiring part of your job?

Being able to nurture talent and see people achieve their goals.

Sushi or tacos? And why?

Tacos. You never stop trying to find the best one.

80s or 90s? And why?

90’s because that’s when electronic music came of age.

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Michael Tanguay

Chief Engineer, Hardware

Michael Tanguay

Chief Engineer, Hardware

Michael brings over 20 years of experience leading global engineering teams to his role at CreateMe as Chief Engineer, Hardware. He has a hands-on, get-it-done approach and believes in moving fast, failing quickly, and iterating continuously. By engaging customers and stakeholders and consistently evaluating new technology, he stays abreast of the most competitive solutions available. 

Before joining the CreateMe team, Michael’s organizational, operational, sales, and project management efforts resulted in ~$1B of revenue for some of the largest companies in the world: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Tesla, and Johnson & Johnson, among others. He assisted in the transformation of a small, 30-person company into a global operation while serving as SVP of Sales and Engineering at DWFritz, designed and built a 50-ton particle detector as a Mechanical Engineer at MIT, and served as SVP of Automation at Printforia. Most recently, he spent time at various startups, including his own.

Michael enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling with his five children, ages 13-30, and three grandchildren, ages 1-6. He and his wife stay connected to nature by foraging for mushrooms in the fall. His business philosophy rings true in all aspects of life: share knowledge and experience, and leave everything better than you found it.

How would you describe your job to a bunch of five-year-olds?

I take a box full of legos, make something out of them, and write the instruction manual. But not always in that order.

What is the best gift you’ve given/received?

My mother gave me a handmade quilt and personal note during COVID. It really meant a lot to me. I have the quilt on my couch and keep the note on my vision board.

Sushi or tacos? And why?

Sushi—I’ve visited Sukiyabashi Jiro in Tokyo and am drawn to the level of perfection and flawless execution required to achieve mastery.

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Talia Jarvis

Chief Legal Officer

Talia Jarvis

Chief Legal Officer

As CreateMe’s Chief Legal Officer, Talia is responsible for CreateMe’s global legal team and provides counsel to CreateMe’s executive team and employees on a variety of cutting-edge legal and compliance matters, including commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, intellectual property, data privacy and security, export control, domestic and international joint ventures, and other matters. Talia is a four-time general counsel with extensive experience working with startup tech companies and building companies from the ground up. Prior to jumping into the startup world, Talia was an associate at Latham and Watkins, LLP and Vinson & Elkins LLP, where her practice focused on private equity transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and general corporate matters. Talia holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and a law degree from the University of Houston School of Law (magna cum laude, law review). Over the course of her career, Talia has made a point of growing her legal and business advisory skills across a wide range of industries, with a focus on versatility, adaptability, and resiliency, so that she can quickly respond to and support the business’s needs, whatever they may be. Talia is also known for her dedication to mentoring and advocating for women in the workplace.

What's the most inspiring part of your job?

Seeing an extraordinary vision being built brick by brick and become a reality.

How would you describe your job to a bunch of five-year-olds?

I protect the company and keep it safe so that the company and the people in it can focus on being awesome.

What trend do you hope makes a comeback?

Lisa Frank everything. I’m dating myself I know, but imagine how much more fun business meetings would be if everyone started pulling out their rainbow heart covered notebooks, binders ,etc.

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Marina Vytovtova

VP, Product Management, Software

Marina Vytovtova

VP, Product Management, Software

Marina is a customer advocate with an eye for business opportunities. She has worked on a variety of products, from pricing tools and custom costing to social networking and e-commerce. Her approach is to spot customer problems and business opportunities by interviewing customers and business stakeholders. She then uses analytics to prioritize the most important opportunities to tackle. She employs user testing and AB testing to vet hypotheses, verify risk, and validate ideas in order to launch quantifiably successful products. She values simplicity and advocates for minimal viable solutions.

What's the most inspiring part of your job?

The fact that we’re completely on board with user research plus, building empathy with our customers and end consumers.

What’s the most fun you’ve had at CreateMe?

Seeing a presentation from our hardware product team showing off the cool robotic solutions they are exploring!

The best piece of advice I've ever been given is?

Look for a company where your job is at the core of the business.

80s or 90s? And why?

90s because I look better with big crazy hair than with a short cut; and because I spent half of the 80s in fear of a nuclear war between Russia and the USA.

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Tom Hogan

SVP, Solutions Architecture

Tom Hogan

SVP, Solutions Architecture

Tom Hogan brings 15 years of experience developing creative technology to the CreateMe team, evidenced by his wealth of client insight and market knowledge. As co-founder and CTO of YR, now a CreateMe Technologies company, he successfully drove many new products to market and crafted engaging customer experiences through partnerships with H&M, Ralph Lauren, and Levi’s, among others.

Tom goes beyond product development to actively build meaningful relationships with team members and clients: he knows that even the world’s best product can’t succeed on technical quality alone. By fostering an environment of fun and exploration, Tom enables each employee to do his or her best work and reminds them that done is better than perfect. 

In his free time, Tom enjoys mountain biking, canoeing, and spending time with his wife and two young children. He is an avid outdoorsman and aspires to still be surfing and riding his skateboard when he’s 80.

What's the most inspiring part of your job?

Building strong partnerships with clients who trust our team and products. 

How would you describe your job to a bunch of five-year-olds?

It's a craft session without the mess.

If CreateMe had a yearbook, you would be listed as most likely to...?

...get in trouble.

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Rajesh Subramanian

VP, Software Engineering

Rajesh Subramanian

VP, Software Engineering

Rajesh is a veteran of entrepreneurial technology, bringing over 15 years of e-commerce, product personalization, and just-in-time manufacturing expertise to his role as VP, Software Engineering at CreateMe. He is passionate about developing cutting-edge technology with an iterative, feedback-driven approach that creates high-impact solutions. Rajesh is highly customer-focused and believes in continuous improvement through insatiable curiosity and lifelong learning.

Prior to joining CreateMe, Rajesh was an executive at Shiseido where his team developed the first bespoke beauty product with AI and computer-vision capabilities utilizing a just-in-time fulfillment system. At Zazzle, he and his team built a fulfillment platform capable of mass producing fully customized products including apparel, shoes, and bags.

Rajesh believes there are two keys to a happy life: creating long-lasting relationships and helping others. In his free time, he enjoys traveling with his wife and son, taking long hikes with his dog, practicing nature photography, and scuba diving.

What's the most inspiring part of your job?

The ability to bring sustainable apparel manufacturing to America through innovation.

What is the best gift you’ve given/received?

A friend gave me a book on meditation that was life changing.

80s or 90s? And why?

The 80s because they remind me of simpler times when I was growing up in Singapore.

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Eunice Kim

VP, Real Estate and Workplace Services

Eunice Kim

VP, Real Estate and Workplace Services

Eunice Kim is an accomplished real estate leader and LEED AP-certified architectural designer with over 20 years of experience leading diverse, cross-functional teams. She has successfully spearheaded numerous multi-billion dollar real estate developments and executed major capital initiatives in the private and public sectors. She has collaborated with world-renowned architectural firms to design and manage award-winning residential, institutional, sports, retail, commercial, and hospitality projects. Prior to joining the CreateMe team, Eunice delivered complex, multi-stakeholder economic development and major capital projects for the City of New York, and led the real estate planning, acquisition, and development for the Gateway Program for Amtrak, a $30 billion multi-project infrastructure program. She led a multidisciplinary team of architects, engineers, and real estate developers to advance partnerships with federal, state, and local entities. Several of these development and design projects have won awards at Amtrak, ESD, PDC, PANYNJ and RAMSA.

As VP of Real Estate and Workplace Services at CreateMe, she is the strategic driving force behind all global expansion efforts including industrial, corporate, and R&D sites. She will also oversee all future retail and pop-up locations.

Eunice approaches all situations with optimism, kindness, and warmth, embracing life’s challenges with her signature “can-do” attitude and spirited perseverance. In other words, when the going gets tough, Eunice gets tougher. 

In her free time, Eunice enjoys spending time with her family, trying new foods, traveling, painting, playing video games, and making new people connections. She always makes an effort to ground herself with loving and supportive people who bring out the best in her.

What trend do you hope makes a comeback?

Kitten Heels and parasols.

What's the most inspiring part of your job?

I am beyond thankful that I get to spend every day here and am inspired and humbled to help such an incredible team of intellectuals, innovators, and kind human beings achieve the seemingly impossible. I love bringing my experiences and talents to the table to serve the team. 

If CreateMe had a yearbook, you would be listed as most likely to…?  

Ask “how can I serve you better?”

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Mark Lingley

VP, Commercialization Operations

Mark Lingley

VP, Commercialization Operations

Mark Lingley is an accomplished operations executive with extensive experience creating innovative business processes, and implementing integrated systems architecture by building, managing, and retaining diverse teams of professionals. 

As VP of Commercialization Operations at CreateMe, Mark leverages his comprehensive knowledge to lead highly successful operations teams and establish the infrastructure required to drive the company’s robust apparel creation suite. 

Prior to joining the CreateMe team, Mark spent 23 years at Disney where he most recently served as Director of Licensing Operations for Consumer Products, Games, and Publishing. In this role, Mark managed key operations teams dedicated to data and contract management, product development, and process and system reengineering. He also led global licensing data, systems, and business process integrations for several high-profile Disney acquisitions including Fox, National Geographic, Lucas Film, and Marvel.

Mark started his career in London before relocating to Los Angeles in 2005 where he now lives with his wife and two daughters.

Sushi or tacos? And why?

Any and all tacos. Traditional, fusion, food trucks, taco stands…

If CreateMe had a yearbook, you would be listed as most likely to…?

Climb Mt. Everest.

What trend do you hope makes a comeback?

Formal wear (or at least smart-casual). No sweatpants in the office, at restaurants, you get where I’m going with this.