Alison Galik, President of Dinova, is responsible for leading the day-to-day operations of the company as well as executing its strategic plan and future growth. Galik brings more than 20 years of global leadership and progressive operational management experience in technology and corporate travel management.
Galik was most recently President at Vibe HCM Inc., where she was responsible for the success of the human capital management software firm. She was a member of the executive team that was responsible for identifying and evaluating acquisition targets, as well as creating company integration plans.
Prior to Vibe, Galik was Executive Vice President at Nashville-based InnLink. There she presided over a $10 million central reservation services business serving 3,500+ independent hotel customers. Her success with the company led to its acquisition by Sabre Hospitality Solutions.
Before InnLink, Galik was the Senior Vice President of Client Success at Lanyon, Inc. where she was responsible for the account health of all 10,000+ customers and 150 support and service delivery professionals globally. In 2012, she successfully saw the company through its acquisition by Vista Equity Partners and following merger with ACTIVE Network.
Galik’s career runs deep in the corporate travel management space, having also held executive positions at Rosenbluth International, American Express, and StarCite.
Galik earned her bachelor’s degree in Management and Marketing from Rutgers University and her MBA from Temple University. She resides in Malvern, Penn. with her husband and daughter and works at Dinova’s headquarters office in Johns Creek, Ga.
Verome M. Johnston
Chief Financial Officer
Verome M. Johnston – a CPA – is responsible for all finance, administrative, accounting and legal matters at Dinova. His career as a financial executive includes serving as the CFO of multiple public and private equity backed companies in both the technology and tech-enabled services spaces. Most recently, Johnston was CFO of VersionOne, a leading provider of SaaS / cloud based ALM solutions. As CFO, Johnston was responsible for the day-to-day financial operations, along with strategic vision and leading the finance, legal and HR teams.
Prior to VersionOne, Johnston spent over 15 years as CFO for several companies including Bomgar, GoodCents Holdings, CDC Corporation and Ross Systems. Ross and CDC were both NASDAQ listed while GoodCents, Bomgar and VersionOne were private equity backed.
Johnston spent his early career at Deloitte where he progressed through the ranks to Assurance Manager and worked with a wide range of clients in the services, technology and manufacturing sectors.
Johnston received dual degrees in Accounting and Finance from Valdosta State University, where he graduated summa cum laude. He currently lives in the Atlanta area with his wife and two children. When he’s not solving financial situations at Dinova, Johnston can usually be found spending time with his family or enjoying a round of sporting clays with friends.
Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Executive Chairman of the Board
Vic Macchio, founder, CSO and executive chairman of the board of Dinova, is personally involved in creating the company vision and culture, spearheading innovation, and bolstering rapid expansion and growth. Macchio has built a reputation of leadership and advancement in the travel industry since 1980.
Macchio realized there was a large deficiency when it came to business dining spend. This area, which makes up the third largest expense in corporate T&E, was wildly undermanaged and needed a solution. Thus, Dinova was born.
Now eight years later, Macchio is CEO of a $7 billion proprietary marketplace that exclusively connects business diners with quality restaurants nationwide. Like other successful internet marketplaces, such as Airbnb and Uber, Dinova is quickly capturing market share and providing unrecognized value for businesses and restaurants alike. Due to Dinova’s success, in 2014 Macchio was named one of the 25 Most Influential Executives in the Business Travel Industry by Business Travel News.
Macchio spent 17 years at American Express where he progressed steadily in consumer marketing, supplier relations, corporate services, and general management. In 1997, Macchio founded Windward Marketing Group and served an array of clients within and outside of the travel industry.
Macchio holds a BA in Romance Languages and Psychology from Queens College, an MBA from Villanova University, and has completed a certificate program at the European Institute for Advanced International Studies. He speaks French, Spanish and Italian, holds a private pilot license and lives with his wife in Johns Creek, Georgia.
Vice President, Restaurant Partnerships
Scott Martin is responsible for building the Dinova national restaurant network. With 25+ years in business development, strategic planning, multi-media marketing, and technical operations, Martin has built a reputation for sales leadership, digital marketing expertise and a relentless commitment to success. Most recently, Martin was EVP of Sales and CMO for Curran & Connors where he was responsible for business development and marketing services for multiple clients including, the Atlanta Braves, United States Olympic Committee, the City of San Jose and Lowes Corporation.
Prior to joining Curran & Connors, Martin was a National Sales Director within the Cox Media Group, responsible for leading both the digital product solutions and geographic expansion to targeted media properties across the Cox Media Group’s portfolio.
Prior to Cox Media Group, Scott held a leadership positions with Hibu (formerly Yellowbook) where he was responsible for leading a widely dispersed sales team selling multi-media advertising solutions to SMBs. Preceding Hibu, Scott invested the first half of his career in the broadband and telecommunications industry starting with AT&T and then culminating into leadership roles with OnePoint Communications where he was Vice President of Sales and subsequently with Verizon overseeing the Multi-Dwelling Unit (MDU) division based out of Thousand Oaks, CA.
Scott is a Cum Laude graduate of Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA. He resides near Peachtree City, Georgia with his wife and two daughters.
Vice President, Enterprise Account Success
Bev Heinritz is responsible for all major accounts and is the face of Dinova to both the Corporate Travel Management industry and Dinova’s vibrant restaurant community. Heinritz is a seasoned travel executive with 25 years of expertise in B2B travel and customer success.
Most recently Heinritz served as SVP, Global Services and Support at Rearden Commerce (now Deem), where she had responsibility for the entire post-sales customer lifecycle. Prior to joining Rearden, Heinritz served as SVP/GM of GetThere, Sabre's online B2B e-commerce unit. At GetThere, she set the company's overall business direction, and was responsible for sales, partnerships, and customer service. During her tenure, Heinritz led its global growth from less than $4 billion in gross travel volume booked to $9.4 billion.
Prior to GetThere, Heinritz enjoyed a long career at Sabre Holdings with leadership positions at Sabre Business Travel Solutions and Sabre National Accounts as well as field Account Executive roles in Florida, California and Arizona.
Heinritz has a successful professional track record of driving value and she places a significant emphasis on the customer experience as well as how corporate travel professionals can achieve greatest success in online travel and expense management. Heinritz attended Northwood University in Midland, Michigan and is based in Plano, Texas.
Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Danny Davis joined Dinova in March 2017, as the Chief Technology Officer. He is responsible for driving Dinova’s technology vision and execution across the enterprise, enabling rapid go-to-market strategies and critical partner integrations. Danny has nearly 20 years of experience in the technology and mobile integration space.
Davis most recently was the President of Dragon Army Mobile, where he was responsible for the mobile product strategy, delivery operations and the integration of game theory mechanics into the mobile product strategy and design process.
Prior to working at Dragon Army Mobile, Davis was the Founder and CEO of Proving Ground. In this role, Davis established the agency’s product innovation and delivery processes that integrated customer discovery, lean startup principles and business model design with agile development and delivery processes as part of a product go-to-market strategy Proving Ground evolved to focus on mobile strategy and applications for some of the largest bands in Atlanta.
Before Proving Ground, Davis was the VP of Technology solutions at Engauge, where he facilitated the integration of digital product teams with traditional marketing account management and delivery while developing new collaborative capabilities for the agency.
His professional career began as Co-founder and CTO of Spunlogic, a digital marketing agency. In this role, Davis served as strategic technology leader on key growth technology accounts while implementing the technology delivery processes and establishing the company’s technology strategy.
Davis graduated Magna Cum Laude from Limestone College with a BS in Computer Science, English, and Math. In his spare time, Davis enjoys golfing, camping, and spending time with his family.
Vice President of Marketing
Shannon Delaney, Vice President of Marketing at Dinova, is responsible for creating meaningful experiences for Dinova constituents, building out the brand ecosystem and launching initiatives that drive business growth for the company. Delaney brings more than 20 years’ experience in the brand experience and integrated marketing strategy space.
Before joining Dinova, Delaney was the Vice President of Digital and Consumer Marketing at Kids II where she successfully built a team that executed marketing and merchandising strategies across the globe with all of the top retailers. She developed digital and consumer marketing strategies supporting multiple brands. During her time there, she launched an award-winning YouTube channel for Baby Einstein and set the company on a path for aggressive growth in e-Commerce.
Prior to Kids II, Delaney served eleven years as an Executive Vice President in two well-known Atlanta agencies – IQ and Engauge – leading strategy, experience and analytics. Delaney lead a team of digital experience designers, analysts and strategists to translate client business objectives and consumer needs into a company “playbook” to deliver measurable results to clients across multiple industries. Some of the brands she has supported during her agency tenure include The Home Depot, Walgreens, Smith & Wesson, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Ruths Chris Steak House, AARP, MyCokeRewards, Dasani and many more.
Delaney’s career success also includes five years leading Customer Success at an Email Service Provider company, Sevista, where she led digital communications for the likes of Lexis Nexis, CNN, Cartoon Network, Dave Ramsey and many others. Her roots began in project management in the early days of the internet, building large scale web experiences.
Delaney is an avid cycling enthusiast, soccer mom and Boy Scout’s troop leader. She lives in Cumming, Ga., with her husband, two children and many rescue pets.
Board of Directors
See bio above.
J. MICHAEL RAMICH
Michael Ramich is a Partner of Frontier Capital. Based in Charlotte, Frontier Capital manages $1.5 billion in growth equity investment funds focused exclusively on software and technology enabled services companies. Since joining the firm in 2001, he has been involved in all aspects of the firm’s growth and currently leads Frontier’s investment team.
Ramich's investment activity is focused primarily on the firm’s Vertical SaaS activities where he has been involved with many of Frontier’s software investments such as Lanyon, NetDocuments, Simpli.fi, and Healthx. Prior to Frontier, Ramich was with the General Electric Company, where he gained experience in operational finance, strategy, and corporate mergers & acquisitions.
Ramich holds a B.A. in Economics from Duke University and a MBA from Harvard Business School. He enjoys exercising, following sports, and juggling an overactive life with his wife and three kids.
Todd Tyler currently serves as an investor, director and advisor to multiple high growth SaaS technology companies. He has been an Executive in Residence for Battery Ventures, a venture capital and private equity firm which focuses on cutting-edge technology businesses, and has also serves as an Operating Partner for Frontier Capital which invests in middle market software and business services companies.
Tyler spent 12 ½ years as the President, CEO, director and owner of Lanyon, a SaaS provider of software for the meetings and events industry. Under his leadership Lanyon grew from a small technology company to a profitable, industry-leading company serving 70 percent of the businesses that comprise the Fortune 500 and more than 100,000 hospitality suppliers around the world. He has been named by Business Travel News as one of the “25 Most Influential Executives in Business Travel.”
Prior to Lanyon, Tyler was the CFO, general counsel and director of a wholly owned and newly established technology subsidiary of Reliant Energy, an electricity and energy provider. Previously, Tyler practiced law in Dallas / Ft. Worth as a senior tax and transactions attorney representing high growth software companies as well as other public and private companies. Tyler received his B.A. in Economics from Macalester College and a J.D. from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. He resides in Dallas with his wife and three children.