Jeremy Shea, President & CEO
Mr. Shea is GameLoot's President and CEO and leads the organization's day-to-day operations, including all aspects of the company's strategy and vision, business development, marketing, finance and legal.
Mr. Shea has spent over a decade in the interactive entertainment space and prior to joining GameLoot, served as Vice President and General Manager of the Game Show Network's (GSN) social games division. In that role, Mr. Shea oversaw the development and launch of several top tier games on Facebook including Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! Prior to GSN, Mr. Shea was the Vice President of Product Management at Fun Technologies, where he led a cross functional team through several acquisitions and the resulting integrations. Prior to Fun Technologies, Mr. Shea held multiple positions in product management, finance and risk compliance at WorldWinner, Inc., a start-up company in the online casual games industry that was acquired by Fun Technologies in 2006.
Mr. Shea earned his BS in Economics & Finance from Bentley University in Waltham, MA and his Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, MA. When he is not working he enjoys golfing and traveling.
Justin Guy, VP, Technology
Mr. Guy is GameLoot's Vice President of Technology and in this role oversees all of the product and software development for the organization including IT, operations, engineering and quality assurance.
As a teenage entrepreneur, Mr. Guy started his first business, AfQua Computer Solutions Inc., a business-to-business provider of computer and networking technologies. Although the business world was a great fit for him, Mr. Guy followed a calling to serve his country and after high school he enlisted in the United States Navy. In the Navy, Mr. Guy specialized in electronic navigation systems and it was during these five years where Mr. Guy excelled as a leader. During his tenure he was promoted several times and eventually became the Leading Petty Officer of Navigations. Mr. Guy served on three guided missile destroyers supporting operations Active Endeavor and Iraqi Freedom before retiring in 2007.
After retiring from military service, Mr. Guy founded Kalland Labs, LLC. The company's first product was GameKrib.com, a social network for console video game players. The business later found success with its Empire Minecraft product, providing community game servers. In 2010, Mr. Guy took a leave from Kalland Labs to join the Game Show Network (GSN) as the technology leader of its social games division, a start-up unit chartered with building games for Facebook and other social networks. During his tenure, he oversaw the development of platforms for Facebook games including Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!, and the soon to be released ESPN X Games Motocross.
Mr. Guy lives with his wife and one year old daughter in Westminster, Colorado. When he is not spending time with his family or in front of a computer screen working, he is more than likely playing one of his many Xbox 360 games.