Our Management Team
Adam LevinChairman and Co-Founder
Adam Levin is a former Director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, Chairman and Co-founder of Credit.com and Identity Theft 911, and a nationally recognized expert in credit and identity theft. Through his regulatory experience, Mr. Levin realized the lack of reliable and accurate credit information available to consumers at the time. In response to this demand, Mr. Levin created Credit.com as a resource and online marketplace for solutions that help enable consumers to actively manage their credit finances.
Ian CohenChief Executive Officer
Ian Cohen joined Credit.com in 2007 and took over as the Chief Executive Officer in 2009. He has more than 12 years of management and product development experience, specializing in online education and user experience. His background includes being the former COO for Credit.com, interim COO for an educational investment fund, Product Developer on over a dozen for-profit and not-for-profit online education programs, including Deloitte and Touche and the National Science Foundation, and co-founder of ALIC Creative Partners, a journalistic content company in New York.
Sharon OlexyChief Financial Officer
Sharon is an experienced entrepreneur, executive and advisor with over 15 years of operating experience in Consumer Internet companies that focus on metrics-driven business models. Before joining Credit.com, Sharon built out the financial infrastructure for a top-rated online identity theft protection company, completing $15M financing and a $3M product launch. Prior to this, Sharon held the top finance post at Murad, a $50M global manufacturer and distributor of skincare products. She has raised $50M equity, secured $20M debt and closed $150M business development deals. Prior to business school, she was responsible for $2.8B in assets at BBVA Compass Bancshares and managed joint ventures at Shell Oil Company. Sharon holds an M.B.A in Finance from the Anderson School at UCLA and a B.B.A from Texas A&M.
Ketan KotakChief Technical Officer
Ketan brings more than two decades of experience in building consumer and enterprise scale Web technology solutions for Global 100 companies like Unisys, AT&T, Wells Fargo, AstraZeneca, BskyB, TMobile, Disney and others. Being a serial entrepreneur and founder of numerous technology product and services companies like NetAccent, Navitone, Coban, and iknowu, Ketan brings a unique blend of technical and business expertise to Credit.com. Since early 2012, Ketan leads Credit.com’s technology team and is helping shape its next generation technology platform.
Jack MacyVP, Product & Design
Jack oversees product, visual design and UX at Credit.com. He has more than 10 years of experience designing and building websites, interactive online tools, and product marketing campaigns for such brands as Sun Microsystems, Cisco, VMWare, AMD, TRUSTe, American Red Cross, Sesame Street Workshop, and 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.
Michael SchreiberEditor in Chief & Director of Communications
Michael manages the development of our editorial content and coordinates our relationships with a variety of media organizations. Michael has more than 13 years of experience as a journalist and has worked in print, television and online. He began his career as a beat reporter for The Saratogian, a fine upstate New York daily, but soon moved to New York where he began working in television. He was one of the producers of Frontline's Emmy and duPont award winning documentary, "The Secret History of the Credit Card," and worked on a variety of other films for ABC News, HBO, Discovery and others. He was most recently 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.