Our executive team and board are filled with passionate people – inspired leaders who bring a variety of experiences to MOD Pizza. As a people-first, purpose-driven organization, they serve as the keepers of MOD culture, dedicated to the idea that pizza can be a platform for bringing about positive social change.


After founding and selling two successful businesses in the U.K. – Seattle Coffee Company and Carluccio’s Ltd. – Scott and Ally returned to their hometown of Seattle to raise their family. With four growing boys, they soon discovered a need for family-friendly dining options that were fast, healthy and affordable. They wondered, was there a way to innovate this restaurant segment? Soon their entrepreneurial spirit kicked in and they began exploring ideas that combined their love of business, people and purpose. The goal? Create a people-first culture where everyone could thrive. The result was MOD Pizza. The first MOD opened in 2008 in downtown Seattle, and the “pizza with a purpose” brand grew from there. Today, Scott serves as MOD’s CEO and Ally as MOD’s VP of Brand.

Bob Barton
Chris Schultz
SVP of Operations
Greta Pass
SVP of Store Development
John Dikos
VP of Partnerships
Neil Harfert
VP of Field Operations
Heidi Durfee
VP of Field Operations
Steve O’Neill
VP of Operation Services
Darren Medina
VP of Store Design
Kevin Flaherty
VP of Marketing
Lisa Luebeck
General Counsel, VP of Legal
Keith Karas
VP of Supply Chain
Megan Hansen
VP of People
Board & Advisory Members
Gerry Adams

Partner at Peterson Sullivan LLP

Jim Alling


Chip Baird

Partner at Perella Weinberg Partners

Howard Behar

President (Retired) of Starbucks

Adam Brotman

Executive Vice President, Global Retail Operations and Partner Digital Engagement

David Ferguson

Partner at Perella Weinberg Partners

Nader Naini

Managing Partner of Frazier Healthcare Partners

Lindsey Schwartz

President & CEO of Schwartz Brothers Restaurants

Nigel Taee

Founding Partner of Gravis Capital Partners; Executive Chairman Scape Student Living

Paul Twohig

President of Dunkin’ Donuts, Inc.