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Our Management Team

Adam Levin

Chairman and Co-Founder

Adam Levin has more than 30 years experience in consumer protection and is a prominent expert on credit and identity theft. Earlier in his career, he served as a Director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, where he was responsible for the passage and rollout of more than 40 major consumer protection laws and regulations. It was during this experience that he realized there was a lack of reliable and accurate credit information available. In 1995, he co-founded Credit.com to educate and help consumers better manage their credit finances. Credit.com has since grown into a leading resource and online marketplace for credit solutions and products.

Ian Cohen

Chief Executive Officer

Ian Cohen has served as Chief Executive Officer since 2009 and has been a recognized credit expert for nearly a decade. By leveraging his experience in management, online education, and product development, he is passionate about simplifying the process of applying and getting credit. Prior to Credit.com, he was the Founder and CEO of ALIC Creative Partners, a content marketing company that helped credit and financial services companies educate and engage their customers. Ian is a frequent panelist and contributor on credit topics and also serves on Experian's Fraud Advisory Board. He is a graduate of Columbia University.

Michael Schreiber

Editor in Chief & Chief Content Officer

Michael Schreiber leads the editorial and content team, which consists of more than 30 credit experts. Credit.com’s content is syndicated daily across major news and media outlets including Yahoo, MSN, AOL, NBC and others. Michael is an Emmy and DuPont award winning journalist & producer, with more than 15 years of experience and has worked in print, television and online. Previously, He was Managing Editor of MainStreet.com, the personal finance site owned by TheStreet.com. He is a graduate of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, where he also served as an adjunct professor in the multimedia department.

Michelle Lenich

VP of Strategic Partnerships

Michelle has deep leadership experience in the direct to consumer credit management industry and a strong passion for helping consumers improve their credit standing and overall financial health. Michelle spent more than 10 years in leadership positions at myFICO, the consumer division of Fair Isaac Corporation, where she led the new product development efforts and directed the strategic partnership channel. Earlier in her career she worked in the financial services industry at Liberty Enterprises (now Harland Clarke) with a strong focus on the development and implementation of Internet banking and online payment systems. Michelle has an MBA from the University of St. Thomas.

Jack Macy

VP of Product & Design

Jack Macy has been with Credit.com since 2010 and oversees product, visual design and user experience. He has more than 15 years of experience designing and building websites, interactive online tools, and product marketing campaigns for such brands as Sun Microsystems, Cisco, VMWare, AMD, American Red Cross, and publicand public broadcasting stations. Jack is a proven catalyst with an exceptional balance of creativity, leadership, and technical insight that drives Credit.com’s effort to build the best place for helping consumers understand credit, use it to their advantage, and make great financial decisions.

Rebecca Jones

Head of Engineering

Rebecca has over 20 years of experience in the software industry. She has displayed strong leadership throughout her career with an extensive track record of architecting and delivering high quality, scalable systems. She has a deep understanding of software development techniques and processes and emphasizes a pragmatic agile approach. Prior to joining Credit.com, Rebecca was Vice President of Software Engineering and Product Architecture at Innovative Interfaces. Rebecca holds a BS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with majors in Computer Science and Mathematics.