Harlan Tytus Beverly
Harlan Tytus Beverly is an experienced game developer, marketer, and executive. He is presently CEO of Key Ingredient, a recipe website operator, and previously served as founder, CTO, and CEO of Bigfoot Networks, a gaming hardware company which was acquired by Qualcomm in 2011, and founder and CEO of Karmaback, a social networking company which was acquired in 2013. Before his career as an entrepreneur, Harlan was responsible for architecture and development of corporate server networking products for Intel. He holds 12 patents. Harlan holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Ohio Northern University, an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and is presently working on a PhD in Business at Oklahoma State University.