Meet Our Team
As a team, our mission is to get the world investing successfully. Every one of us is an investor, which means that we have first-hand experience on how investing has improved our financial futures, while also genuinely understanding the concerns of our customers. We’re dedicated to sharing the possibilities of success with everyone.
(and good friends)
Chief Investor & Co-Founder
Emmet’s passion is the stock market. Emmet had his personal portfolio professionally audited and achieved a 24% annual return for more than a decade – that’s over triple what the S&P 500 returned. Emmet’s first stock was Dell Computers, but it's not his favourite anymore! That honor goes to Tesla, who are producing user-centric products for a global customer base. As companies go, Tesla’s journey has only begun. New cars and solar energy solutions will continue to keep this investment as future-relevant as they come.
COO & Co-Founder
John’s mission in life is to achieve simplicity through technology. He believes investing grows long-term wealth and wants MyWallSt.com to create the simplest technology solution so that investing can be for everyone. John’s first stock was ELAN pharmaceuticals but his favourite is Amazon. He considers whether companies will be bigger and better by the time his 8-year-old daughter attends college. Amazon continually grow their business ambitions to remain a stand out market leader. John believes they will do so for decades to come.
Head of MyWallSt Labs
Alejandro’s favourite stock is Shopify. He likes the simplicity of the platform, especially the checkout flow for customers. He thinks that Shopify is becoming the standard in e-commerce and the company still has space for growth.
Anne Marie Kingsland
Anne Marie's favorite stock is Slack, which she uses everyday at MyWallSt. She believes the stock has great potential, particularly as it is embraced by companies throughout the tech sector, and will be exciting to watch for years to come.
Chief Product Officer
Ales’ favourite stock is Atlassian mainly thanks to their two products – Jira and Trello. The whole MyWallSt development team is powered by Jira and the rest of the company runs on Trello. There’s good reason why many companies do the same.
Head of Data & PM
Fabian’s favourite stock is Stitch Fix. He likes how the company uses data science to revolutionise the clothing industry. Not being the most avid shopper on earth, he also hopes that he will never have to go shopping for clothes again once Stitch Fix has perfected its technology. Fingers crossed.
Ganesh’s favourite stock is Amazon. He likes how the company grew from an online book marketplace to the world’s largest e-commerce site and a leading cloud computing provider (Amazon Web Services). He believes that Amazon still has great business ambitions and will remain a market leader for the next decades.
Ganesh's favourite stock is NVIDIA. He believes that both the IoT and A.I. are the future and NVIDIA is the foremost leader in semi-conductor industry, investing a lot of time in research and development of these fields. With the recent acquisition of ARM, Ganesh thinks that it is a smart decision to invest in NVIDIA for the long-term.
Head of Sales and Messaging
Helen’s favorite stock is Atlassian. She loves their tools, especially Trello. With more people managing projects, tasks and teamwork remotely, she’s certain they’re set to keep on growing.
Jack has a background in science/engineering and is also a car fan. With that in mind, his favourite stock in the MyWallSt portfolio is Tesla. Musk’s vision for a clean energy future really appeals to Jack and he's also interested in his work with SpaceX and Neuralink — he hopes to also invest in these some day too.
Head of Content & Publishing
James’ favourite stock is Take-Two Interactive. Although not an avid gamer, he can still remember how impressive ‘Grand Theft Auto’ was the first time he played it. More than fifteen years later, Take-Two continues to redefine the boundaries of virtual entertainment.
Jamie’s favorite stock is with chocolate makers Lindt & Sprüngli, or Lindt. They were suggested by a friend after discovering Jamie’s love of the chocolate, and now, as a shareholder, he happily receives a chocolate care package every year. He admires their ability to produce a high quality product at affordable prices. He also really loves chocolate.
Chief Financial Officer
Johnny’s favourite stock is Atlassian. Although not a techie (obviously), he appreciates how valuable their products are for software developers and project managers. Atlassian has also made some bold acquisitions over the years and the launch of Stride in 2017 saw them taking on Slack.
Chief Marketing Officer
John’s favourite stock is Slack. Slack is a big part of MyWallSt, where it plays a central role in running the team that’s spread across numerous locations and time zones. John’s belief is that the Slack platform will be the go-to team collaboration tool for businesses of all sizes for many years to come.
Senior Graphic Designer
Kate’s favourite stock is Disney. Growing up, Disney was EVERYTHING to her and her friends, and it still peaks children’s interest today. She has watched Disney consistently change their products to keep up with the modern world and that, she believes, makes them a solid choice for investing in over and over.
Head of Brand and Customer Experience
Laoise’s favourite stock is Shopify. Having used various website development platforms for creative side projects the exceptional experience offered by Shop reinforced her belief in the long-term prospects of the brand. It’s one of the stocks she has re-invested in since first purchase.
Customer Experience Manager
Luke’s favourite stock is Disney. His love for Disney stems from both a deep sense of nostalgia and his excitement for the company’s future. Luke believes that The Walt Disney Company’s consistent innovation and content creation will ensure their place as a market leader for many years to come. Owning a part of a company that helped shape his childhood is something Luke holds dear!
Website Content Manager
Michael’s favorite stock is Square, which he sees becoming a massive player in the payments industry and a leader in the war on cash. It’s the first stock he ever bought and he believes it is part of a new wave of financial institutions that will come to edge out older banks in an industry poised for disruption.
Megan’s first stock was Nike. Growing up playing tennis in Nike apparel, she has always loved the brand and believes it is a bedrock stock that she will continue to invest in for a long time. She is originally from Charlotte, North Carolina and has been with MyWallSt since the beginning of 2018.
Nicole’s favourite stock is Netflix. She loves the original content it produces and its unique documentaries get her to switch it on most nights. Since Nicole was a child, she remembers being a movie buff and television addict, so no advertisements being played during her Netflix binge make her very happy. Nicole believes there’s no other streaming service quite like Netflix, strengthening her belief in the stock.
Petar's favourite stock is iRobot. He believes that autonomous robots will someday be a vital part of our everyday lives. He sees robots improving our lives by providing solutions to accessibility issues, rescue efforts, and protecting us from harmful environments. And robots are fun.
One of Petr's favourite stocks is Etsy since it follows his passion of stumbling across weird things in flea markets. In the world of mass-produced items, Etsy is a place that gives opportunity to all kinds of makers and artists to pursue their dreams and make some money, as well as a place to buy unique gifts. As more customers move online, Etsy has become a long-term player in the craft area and Petr believes this company will continue growing.
Head of Growth
Rob's favourite stock is Virgin Galactic, chosen for its visionary founder in Sir Richard Branson and its lofty goal to make space tourism accessible to the masses in the not too distant future. The road ahead for them won't be without its challenges, but Rob believes it to be a very exciting long-term investment opportunity!
Roberto’s first stock was SolarCity. He likes the idea that he can own a part of a company who cares about the Planet and that the world could be improved by using sustainable power sources. When SolarCity was acquired by Tesla, this strengthened his belief in the company, as he admires Elon Musk explorations and initiatives.
Rory’s first stock was The Walt Disney Company. He wanted his first stock to be one he could pass on to his children. He believes that Disney has a fantastic portfolio of intellectual property and that the movies he watched as a kid will still have a place in the world decades from now.
Head of Development
Sammy’s first stock was ING Bank, given to her by her grandparents (expert investors!). ING is a Dutch bank that is known for its innovation and superb digital products. Sammy believes that the financial industry can and will go through major changes in the coming years, driven by IT, a prospect that excites her!
Tanvi's favourite stock is Netflix as it's leading the market in streaming videos, be it movies or web series. Starting from a DVD mail service to streaming videos, it's now producing its own original content too. Streaming is now a big pastime around the globe and it is not going out of date, allowing people to spend time with their friends and family by watching gritty and entertaining content on Netflix.
Zoë’s first stock was Tesla. She believes in their innovative business model and revolutionary technology solutions. She is inspired by Musk’s motivation and ability to think outside of the box while creating future focused designs. Zoë admires Tesla’s mission "to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy" and she believes that the company will continue to grow and develop exciting designs in years to come.