Meet Seeking Alpha's Management
Eli Hoffmann - CEO, Editor-in-ChiefEli joined Seeking Alpha in 2006 as the founder of our markets news team. He created our flagship news digest Wall Street Breakfast, and Market Currents, the best real-time source of short-form stock-market news anywhere. In 2010, Eli was promoted to Editor-in-Chief and VP Content. In July 2015, Eli became Seeking Alpha's CEO. Eli's aspiration is to grow Seeking Alpha into the top source of opinion and analysis for U.S. stock-market investors, bar none. You can reach Eli at firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow him on Twitter.
Asi Segal - Chief Technology OfficerAsi is an experienced software developer and manager, with over 10 years in the Israeli Hi-Tech industry. Asi joined Seeking Alpha in
Katherine Divney - VP of SalesA digital native, Katherine oversees advertising sales and support for SA, working to bring forward creative solutions from across SA portfolio to meet client business objectives. Most recently Katherine was Executive Director of Sales for the WSJ Digital
Selig Davis - VP Audience and MobileSelig leads efforts to grow and engage our audience through business development, search optimization, and email, website, & mobile app product development. Prior to joining Seeking Alpha in 2013, Selig worked at American Express where he led teams working on optimization and analytics in collections and fraud operations. He holds an MSFE from Columbia University, is married with 2 kids, and has run only 1 marathon (so far).
George Moriarty - Managing Editor, Opinion & AnalysisGeorge Moriarty is the Managing Editor for Opinion & Analysis at Seeking Alpha. He joined the company in January
David Jackson - Founder and board memberDavid Jackson is the founder of Seeking Alpha. He started his career as a macro-economist at HM Treasury in London and The Bank of Israel, and later moved to Morgan Stanley in New York as a technology research analyst covering the communications equipment sector. He left in early 2003 to manage money (long/short) and explore new approaches to financial publishing, ultimately leading to the creation of Seeking Alpha in 2004. Since then, Seeking Alpha has grown to be the leading Web 2.0 finance site. He has a B.A from Oxford University and an MSc from The London School of Economics, is married with four children, and serves on the board of a food rescue charity.