President and Chairman of the Board
Andrew Gallegos is an experienced entrepreneur having been in engaged in numerous start-up companies. He is the founder and President/CEO of Lentech, Inc., a business providing professional services for the IT industry. Lentech specializes in Enterprise Technical and Secure Hosting Solutions.
Andrew has held numerous senior-level positions including most recently the COO of a $400M IT Solutions and Services provider to the Federal Government contraction community. Previously he performed as President of multiple Government contracting companies each with revenues greater than $100M. Mr. Gallegos has also held various board of director positions and has formed multiple successful joint ventures.
Early in his career, Mr. Gallegos spent 20 years with Lockheed Martin in the Satellite Command and Control field, where he served in 14 worldwide assignments in various technical, program management, business operations, and business development positions. He ultimately served as Lockheed Martin Mission System Director of Space Engineering Group.
CEO and Founding Partner
Originally from the United Kingdom, Wendy was educated at University of Cumbria. After graduating, she helped develop the first training program for London’s international firm, Vidal Sassoon. She then went on to be Head of Staff Training for TV personality, Raymond, establishing and directing the original corporate training program. Moving to the Seychelles, she developed the national training program for Seychelles Polytechnic. Making another international move, Wendy relocated to the United States and became director of education for a chain of Trade-Schools in Colorado Springs.
In 1996, Wendy and her husband, Thom, cofounded a successful manufacturing corporation operating with more than 100 employees. Helping to launch, finance and sustain the business, Mrs. Foulks applied her organizational skills as Safety and Environmental Manager. She designed the company’s programs to comply with California’s strict environment laws and regulations. guiding the company to earn the first ‘Green Business Certificate’ awarded in San Joaquin County.
Mrs. Foulks has 20 years of experience buying, managing and selling commercial and private real estate and has provided bookkeeping services for a variety of business, from start-up to success. Wendy has a life-long passion for the water. As a Master Scuba Diver, avid Wake Boarder, Wake Surfer and a fully-licensed 100-ton US Merchant Marine Captain, determined to experience life to the fullest.
COO and Founding Partner
Riley has a distinguished academic background and diverse entrepreneurial experience. He attended UC Davis, achieving a degree in Economics and graduated with Dean’s Honors. He then gained an MBA from University of the Pacific, Eberhardt School of Business, with an emphasis in Finance and Entrepreneurship.
He previously operated a consulting boutique, tailored towards choke point identification and business model augmentation. He served domestic and international clients, providing critical support to operations, expansion and financial modeling. He is also well versed in capital budgeting, innovative product development strategies and lean development methedologies.
Mr. Moore has spearheaded EEZZDriver’s intellectual property, product architecture, corporate strategy and currently oversees all day-to-day operations. Leveraging his young age, he implements modern visions and new business practices to simplify and automate accounting, taxes and compliance for micro business. He is proud to be a part of a company that will help small business with their accounting and tax needs.
Chief Technology Officer
James is an information technology professional who brings a wide array of industry experience and has supported many levels of IT business. He has a bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Computer Information Systems from California State University, Freesno.
James’ experience in entrepreneurship, small business and enterprise caliber efforts has taught him what it takes to make systems work. His IT career has led him from supporting individual clients to designing and implementing mission-critical IT systems for hospitals and medical groups with revenues greater than $800 million. Lessons learned from his first entrepreneurial efforts hold true to the current days of servers and storage. Preparation and hard work and what get a system going and what keep it moving forward.
With the rise of computing power, applications should be easier to use. The hard work should be done in the background, while the person is able to focus on what really matters. James is committed to freeing users of accounting and tax efforts allowing them to add more core value to their business effort.