Beth Fuchs Brenner: domino's Chief Revenue Officer, Beth Brenner, served as the founding Vice President and Publisher of domino from its launch in 2005, until its close in 2009. Her effective leadership resulted in numerous industry honors including Adweek's "Hot List" and Advertising Age's 2005 "Launch of the Year." Brenner's Condé Nast experience also included eleven years as Vice President and Publisher of Self Magazine, from 1994 to 2004.
In April 2010, Beth joined Meredith Corporation as publisher of Traditional Home, a position she held until she returned to re-launch domino in September of 2013. Under Brenner's leadership, Traditional Home led all shelter titles in advertising growth in 2012 and was named to Advertising Age's A List and Media Industry Newsletter's Top 10 Ad Performers.
Jessica Romm is the editorial director at domino magazine. Jessica is a style expert with a career working for prominent media properties and brands identifying and driving trends in design, home decor, fashion and style. Recognized as a style expert for national and local media outlets, Jessica has written and edited for many publications including GQ, Elle Decor, Elle, Conde Nast Traveler, Martha Stewart Living, the Off Duty section of The Wall Street Journal.
Shani Silver: is a writer and social media strategist who recently joined domino as Director of Digital Content. She was previously the Chicago Editor of Refinery29, after which she joined Keep.com as Director of Content, Copy, & Social Media. Her freelance digital work appears on Refinery29, Nylon, and XOJane.
Cliff Sirlin: Cliff is a career entrepreneur who has founded a portfolio of high growth businesses. Over the past 21 years, Mr. Sirlin co-founded mdenergy, Cleaner Options, Madisons, Blue Ribbon Partners, Zoots Delivery and AC Angel Fund.
Aaron Wallace: Aaron is a cofounder of Project Decor and Aegis Fuel. He was an original member of the management team of mdenergy and has spent a majority of his career solving everyday problems through the use of intuitive technology.
Mike Huffstetler is a marketing, eCommerce, and product professional, and leads domino’s user acquisition and partnership efforts. Before domino, Mike was an early employee at Boston-based tech startup, FreeCause. After FreeCause (now Rakuten Loyalty) was acquired by international eCommerce giant Rakuten, Mike moved to Chicago where he was a member of the founding team of the renowned technology incubator 1871. A graduate of Boston College, Mike is also the founder of the non-profit Boston Winter Ball Foundation which has rallied millennials to raise over $5 million for Boston-area charities.