Jonathan Rand has been a director of the Company since March 2023. Mr. Rand was Chief Financial Officer of MayStreet Inc. from May 2018 through May 2022. Mr. Rand and the executive team led the company through a $22.9 million A Round with Credit Suisse NEXT as lead, and to be acquired by the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) for over $400 million in cash and earn out in May 2022. Mr. Rand is under contract with LSEG through May 31, 2023 to provide transitional and integration leadership. Mr. Rand served as Chief Financial Officer of Straight Path Communications Inc. (NYSE MKT: STRP) starting in June 2013, and as the Chief Operating Officer of its spectrum subsidiary, Straight Path Spectrum, Inc., since Jan 2015. Mr. Rand and the executive team led the Company through multiple steps resulting in its acquisition by Verizon in Feb 2018 for $3.1 billion. Mr. Rand, together with the CEO and GC, was instrumental in the M&A process, working with Investment Bankers and M&A counsel. Mr. Rand led a complex integration with Verizon, and was rewarded for extraordinary performance. Mr. Rand joined Straight Path from Organic Motion, an innovative computer vision company where he served as President and Chief Operating Officer. Together with Organic Motion’s CEO, Mr. Rand was named Innovator of the Year by Popular Mechanics in 2008. Mr. Rand co-led the process to raise a $5.8 million B Round from Foundry Group. In 2002, Mr. Rand co-founded Indigo Partners LLC, a management consulting firm that provides go-to-market and financing strategies to software, Internet and telecommunications companies. From 1998 to 2001, Mr. Rand held key positions at Net2Phone, a spin-off from IDT Corporation, including EVP Sales, Treasurer and CEO of Net2Phone’s Y@P division. Mr. Rand was IDT’s EVP Sales & Finance and Treasurer from 1992 to 1998. Prior to joining IDT, Mr. Rand founded and later sold Campus Connection, a national magazine which achieved a circulation of 1.2 million. He started his career as a brand assistant at Procter & Gamble. Mr. Rand earned a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1984.