Our Vision

  • Be an open source standard, not a product

  • Address enterprise deployment requirements

  • Evolve in tandem with advances in public Ethereum

  • Leverage existing standards

Our Mission

EEA is a 501 (c) (6) non-profit corporation.

A clear roadmap for enterprise features and requirements

Robust governance model and accountability, clarity around IP and licensing models for open source technology

Resources for businesses to learn about Ethereum and leverage this groundbreaking technology to address specific industry use cases


  • Ron Resnick

    Executive Director

  • Kelsey Alorda

    Executive Assistant

  • Oksana Davis

    Chief Legal Counsel and Corporate Secretary

  • Ken Fromm

    Special Interest Group Evangelist

  • Jessie Hennion

    PR Director

  • Kazuaki Ishiguro

    Regional Head - Japan

  • Chaals Nevile

    Technical Program Manager

  • Alicia Pascal


  • Melanie Tringali

    Marketing Director




    Blockchain Lab Director

    Julio’s career has been running for more than 20 years along the worlds of Technology and Financial Services.

    He started out as chip designer, focusing on high performance analog (full custom) and digital systems-on-chip as well as complex chip design platforms that led to more than 30 publications in international refereed forums.

    He then worked for McKinsey & Co, where he specialized in Banking serving many of the top financial institutions in Spain, Europe and LatAm. In 2007 he joined Santander, where he has played corporate leadership roles in Investment Banking, Consumer Finance, and IT & Operations, and has participated in many of Santander’s acquisition processes during the last years.

    He currently plays a leading role in Santander's Innovation Division, executing major innovation projects globally, leading new business incubation efforts, and actively contributing to Santander's M&A and Venture Capital activity in Fintech. A passionate entrepreneur, he founds internal startups and Joint Ventures, focusing on eCommerce, digital financial services, alternative (online) lending platforms and marketplaces, and mobile payments.

    Julio also leads Santander's activities around crypto-currencies, blockchain and distributed ledgers, including collaboration with other leading banks in the space, running internal crypto-currency technical labs, leading the creation and participating in industry consortia, and regularly speaking at relevant industry forums.

    An engineer at heart, Julio holds a Telecommunication Engineering degree from UPM-Spain, a PhD in Computer Science / Electrical Engineering from UAM-Spain, and a MsC in Management of Technology from MIT-Sloan



    Blockchain Principal Program Manager

    Marley Gray currently serves as the Principal Program Manager on the Azure Blockchain Engineering team leading the architecture and development of Microsoft’s Blockchain Middleware platform code named – “Bletchley”. Prior to this role, he was Director for Business Development and Tech Strategy for the Cloud and Enterprise division at Microsoft where he initiated Microsoft’s Blockchain as a Service project. In his current role, he is responsible for developing and delivering the company’s blockchain middleware development platform.

    Marley’s information technology career spans more than 25 years. He specializes in software development, architecture and platform strategy matched with 17 years immersed within financial services. Marley is a strong advocate for incubating disruptive technologies at Microsoft and the industry.

    A regular speaker at Microsoft’s business, technical and developer events, Marley graduated from Appalachian State University in 1991 and is an avid reader and football fan. He currently lives in the Seattle area.



    Chief of Staff

    Jeremy Millar has been one of the driving forces behind the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, and is Founding Board Member of the EEA as well as Chief of Staff of ConsenSys.

    Jeremy began his career as an early Java Architect at Oracle, where he oversaw early adopter and beta programs for Oracle’s Java products. This included helping shape Oracle’ enterprise Java strategy, during the emergence of enterprise Java standards. More recently, he was early advisor to Acunu, one of the core developers of Cassandra, acquired by Apple. He holds a Master’s in Finance from Oxford University and was an investment banker at Goldman Sachs from 2006-2011. Jeremy was a founding partner at Magister Advisors, where he led the emerging technology practice. He is also an active angel investor and mentor with the Barclays Accelerator powered by Techstars.

    ConsenSys is one of the largest blockchain companies globally, with over 150 employees in 15 countries. At ConsenSys, Jeremy oversees commercial operations and global expansion.

  • Andrew Miller

    University of Illinois

    Assistant Professor

    Andrew is an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, in Computer Engineering and in Computer Science. Andrew is also an Associate Director of the Initiative for Cryptocurrencies and Contracts (IC3) at Cornell and an advisor to the zcash project. Andrew received my Ph.D. from the University of Maryland Cybersecurity Center.

    My research interests are broadly in computer security, and focused on the design of secure decentralized systems and cryptocurrencies. Andrew combines techniques from programming languages, cryptography, and distributed computing.

  • Jennifer McKellar

    CME Group

    Senior Director, Digitization

    Jennifer McKellar serves as Senior Director, Digitization for CME Group. She is involved in identifying, developing and executing the company’s digital asset and blockchain / distributed ledger technology initiatives. Previously as Senior Director, Clearing Solutions she led many key clearing initiatives and new product and service development such as CME’s OTC IRS multilateral compression offering.

    Prior to joining CME Group in 2014, McKellar was responsible for the Global FX Prime Brokerage and OTC Clearing Middle Office teams at Citigroup, having also led the North American Rates and Emerging Markets Sales Middle Office teams for the firm. She also held roles of increasing responsibility at Lehman Brothers, where she oversaw the U.S. Treasury, Agency, Mortgage Pass Thru and Structured Notes Trading Middle Office.

    She earned a B.S. Degree in Finance from St. John’s University in New York.



    Co-Founder & CEO

    Matthew Spoke is the co-founder and CEO of Nuco, a blockchain enterprise infrastructure provider, and is the former blockchain project lead for Deloitte Canada.

    Matthew is a well established industry thought leader, bringing to market tangible ideas of how distributed blockchain systems can revolutionize commercial processes and outdated enterprise infrastructures.

    Prior to venturing into tech entrepreneurship, Matthew is also a designated CPA.

  • David Treat


    Blockchain Program Lead

    David Treat is a Managing Director in Accenture's Financial Services practice serving as a Client Account Lead and Global Head of Accenture's Financial Services DLT / Blockchain practice. David has over 19 years of experience in financial services with expertise in strategy, innovation, strategic cost management, large-scale restructuring, customer relationship management, M&A, and process excellence. Currently focused on innovation in Financial Services specializing in Distributed Ledger / Blockchain, Robotic Process Automation, and Cognitive Computing.

  • Thomas Willis


    Business Director,
    Open Source Technology Center

  • Suresh Shetty

    JP Morgan

    Executive Director - Architect

  • Victor Wong


    Chairman, Founder

    Victor is a recognized thought­ leader in the blockchain space having organized several of the first Ethereum hackathons and presented at several conferences including Ethereum’s DevCon1 and EY’s Innovation Summit. At BlockApps, he helped define the STRATO architecture to solve key blockchain issues of data transparency and scaling.
    Victor is a serial entrepreneur and tech/product founder of multiple start­ups. He was the Founder and Chief Product Officer of the mobile family startup SmarTots. SmarTots was the winner of the Global Mobile Internet startup award and has over 7 million app downloads. It has partnerships with Hasbro, Crayola, Apple, Xiaomi and Tencent, and received Series A investment from SoftBank and ZenFund. He was also the Founder and Chief Technical Officer of Speak2Me, the largest English language learning social network in China with over a million registered users.
    Speak2Me was acquired by the publicly­listed company Lingo Media in 2007. His previous experience includes working at adidas, where he developed and launched their award winning Canadian B2B portal and online store, and video/imaging software company Ulead Systems in Los Angeles/Taipei. He holds a patent for Conversation Advertising, a method for embedding product placements in online interactive lessons.

  • Lior Glass

    BNY Mellon

    Principal Blockchain Business Expert