In business, leadership can take many forms. At the highest levels, our senior leaders are top strategists. Big picture vision. Innovative thinking. Decisive execution. At LOG-NET, these are the characteristics that define leadership.
Founder & CEO
John Motley is LOG-NET's Chief Executive Officer and Founder. Since developing the initial version of LOG-NET, John is a leading pioneer in the development of digital supply chain technology.
Prior to founding LOG-NET John worked for a one of the largest global shipping lines in a variety of disciplines from operations to logistics. He has also served as an officer in the United States Naval Reserve.
John earned an MBA in Information Systems from NYU Stern School of Business and a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Engineering Systems from the United States Merchant Marine Academy.
Chief Technology Officer
Jonathan O'Keefe is LOG-NET's Chief Technology Officer. He is responsible for the strategy and development of our applications and integrations.
Prior to LOG-NET Jonathan worked with Schlumberger and MITRE corporation. Jonathan shares in the development of several patents.
He graduate with a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
Vice President, Product Development
Mike Martinock is LOG-NET's directory of Product Development. Mike leads the development of our core applications and is a senior developer mentor in our team.
Prior to LOG-NET Mike Research Assistant at the University of Massachusetts, Photoelectronic and Optoelectronic Device Fabrication Laboratory.
Mike received his Masters of Science in Physics from the University of Massachusetts. He received his undergraduate degrees in Physics and Political Science from Rutgers University.
Vice President, Client Technical Services
Judy Keyes is LOG-NET's Vice President of Client Technical Services. Judy overseas the development and support of our customer specific deployments and our customer technical teams. Judy leads our teams that include customer integration, partner integration and client request for technical services.
Prior to joining LOG-NET Judy was a Computer Scientist with the United States Army's, Communications and Electronics Command.
Judy holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from New York University.
Vice President, Production Application Management
Ken is LOG-NET's Vice President of Production Application Management. Ken is responsible for the management of LOG-NET's SaaS systems and the continuous uptime of application and integration services.
Prior to joining LOG-NET Ken worked as an IT Professional at Delmar Accessories and as an Electrical Engineer with Minta Technology, Inc.
Ken received his Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from New York University's Polytechnic School of Engineering.
Vice President, Network Services
Innocent Ekhelar is LOG-NET's Vice President of Network Services. Innocent is responsible for the management and provisioning of LOG-NET's IT infrastructure.
Innocent earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Kean University.
Managing Director, Asia
Enid Lo is LOG-NET's Managing Director of Asia. Enid is responsible for our Asia operations. Enid is responsible for Supplier Enablement and Support, EDI Compliance, Asia Sales and Operations.
Prior to working with LOG-NET Enid was Systems Manager at Danzas AEI. She came to LOG-NET with more than 20 years experience in supplier management and forwarder operations.
Vice President, Southeast
Daniel Rice is LOG-NET's Vice President of the Southeastern United States. Daniel is responsible for the customer relationships and program delivery in the area. Daniel is active in the Atlanta business community as the Board Chair of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG).
Prior to joining LOG-NET Daniel worked in the Key Account program at CH Robinson. Prior to that he spent time as a Trainmaster with CSX Corporation.
Daniel received his MBA from Georgia State University. Daniel also received a Bachelors of Business Administration in Logistics and Intermodal Transportation and Computer Information Systems from Georgia Southern University.