The OneSpot leadership team is comprised of senior executives who have held pivotal product, marketing and technology leadership roles at companies like Google, Time Warner, Demand Media and Hearst.

Steve Sachs

Chief Executive Officer

Steve Sachs is Chief Executive Officer of OneSpot. Previously, he was Executive Vice President, Consumer Marketing and Sales at the Time Inc. division of Time Warner. As Time Inc.’s chief consumer marketing officer, he had p&l responsibility for consumer revenue of 22 U.S. brands and led consumer digital strategy and distribution. He was a board member of Next Issue Media, the joint venture digital media company owned by Time Warner and four other major media companies.

Prior to that role, Steve was the President of the Time Inc. Lifestyle Group, which includes Real Simple, Cooking Light, MyRecipes and 5 other brands. Prior to that position, Steve was President of Real Simple, where he led the launch of the tv series Real Simple. Real Life. on TLC, as well as Real Simple-branded products sold at Target and Bed Bath and Beyond. Under Steve’s leadership, Real Simple was recognized as among the most innovative, successful media brands by Advertising Age, Adweek, and others.

Steve has been a advisor in Tech Stars New York and First Growth Venture Network. He is a member of the Board of Directors of The Texas Tribune, a nonpartisan, nonprofit media company based in Austin. He was previously on the Board of Trustees at BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music.)

Steve earned a BS in Economics from The University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Stanford University.

Matt Cohen

President and Founder

Matt Cohen is the President and Founder of OneSpot. Previously, he was a Partner at G-51 Capital, one of Austin’s leading early stage venture capital firms. Matt has been working professionally with the Internet and digital content for nearly 20 years. He has consulted with companies nationwide on technology and business strategy, was Senior VP of Operations and CTO for New Century Network in New York (a content and advertising network of over 150 online newspapers), and co-founded in 1994, where he registered the first newspaper domain name ( in 1988. He holds a BA in Computer Science from Rice University.

He is active with many professional organizations, and serves on the Steering Committee for the Austin Chapter for the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship.

Steve Moynihan

VP of Sales

Steve joins OneSpot from RichRelevance where he was VP, Central Region Sales. At RichRelevance, Steve led a team selling online retail advertising solutions to brands and agencies across the Midwest. Prior to joining RichRelevance, Steve was VP, National Sales for mobile advertising solution provider, JiWire. Steve began his sales career running his own advertising sales and consultancy business, Moynihan Media, working for national media companies such as Smithsonian, Smart Money and Metacafe. He was also a faculty member for the Association of National Advertiser’s School of Marketing, facilitating Media Planning seminars for ANA members.

Advertising sales is a second act in Steve’s career, having spent eighteen years on the agency side of the business in a variety of media planning/buying capacities. From assistant media planner to EVP/Managing Director, Steve developed his expertise as a media generalist on a wide variety of accounts including Volkswagen, Subaru, Fidelity, MasterCard, Titleist, Goodyear and Tyson Foods. Steve’s talent and expertise have been appreciated by agencies including Temerlin McClain, GSD&M, Chiat Day, Arnold and MPG.

Steve earned a BS in Advertising from Southern Methodist University.

Damian Borichevsky

SVP, Customer Success & Business Development

Damian leads OneSpot’s Customer Success and Business Development efforts. Prior to joining OneSpot, Damian spent eight years as a services executive in the marketing technology industry with Sailthru and PulsePoint. Over the past twelve years, Damian has worked with some of the most well respected brands in the world to help them build and execute effective cross-channel, digital marketing campaigns.

Before entering the marketing technology field, Damian spent several years working in a management role in Professional Services with Dell. Prior to Dell, he worked in the Consulting Group at Computer Sciences Corporation and held senior technical positions at several small technology start-ups where his responsibilities ranged from development and service team management to strategic client success and growth initiatives.

Damian is a frequent speaker at some of the top digital marketing events and has presented at the DMA annual conference, Media Post’s Email Insider Summit, Email Evolution and Casual Connect.

Damian has a degree in Marketing and Management Information Systems from the University of Delaware.

Richard Bolkey

Chief Architect

Richard Bolkey is OneSpot’s Chief Architect. Prior to joining OneSpot, he was a Principal Engineer at CA Technologies through the Hyperformix acquisition where he championed the team’s continuous delivery efforts and helped mentor engineers on modern software engineering practices. Prior to that role, he worked with members of the former Metreos team at both Cisco and subsequent new startup ventures.

Richard earned a BSE in Digital Media Design from The University of Pennsylvania and a MS in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Austin.  He also somehow wound up possessing the world’s cutest kid.

Ryan Rozich

VP of Product

Ryan Rozich was the first product hire at OneSpot. As Vice President of Product, Ryan’s mission is to change the way brands connect to consumers with their content by personalizing each and every consumer touch point. In this role, he is responsible for overall product strategy, roadmap and execution.

With more than 10 years of B2B software experience, Ryan brings numerous leadership experiences to OneSpot. Most recently, Ryan served as head of product for RPX, where he built the product management function and launched both internal and customer-facing products. Prior to RPX, Ryan led financial services technical sales at Trilogy moving the company from an RFP-centric to a demand generation sales strategy. Additionally, Ryan was employee number five at Innography, where he built the sales engineering team and later served as head of product marketing. Prior to Innography, Ryan was a managing consultant in IBM’s business process management practice. He started his career at IBM as a software engineer.

Ryan is passionate about data science, machine learning and recommendation engines; he has published multiple research papers, has spoken at numerous industry events and holds over a dozen granted patents.

Ryan earned an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, a BS in Computer Science and an MS in Computer Science from Texas A&M University.