Our Team

Gun.io began as a mechanism to help Boston-based open source software developers find good freelance gigs. Today, we support thousands of freelance engineers across the U.S. in their quest to provide immense value to clients across the world.

Joan of Arch
Professional Freelancer

Folks like Joan make up our Professional Freelancer community. They come from all walks of life, but they are unified in their professionalism, passion for their craft, and desire to build cool shit.

Megan Fister
Community Operations
Megan runs Community Operations at Gun.io. From scouting to project assignment, Megan is our freelance community's talent agent and champion. Talk to her about Star Wars to get on her good side.
Tracey Hester
Client Services
Tracey has over twenty years of experience in supporting enterprise software development. At work, Tracey ensures our clients are getting the most value per development dollar. At home, Tracey hangs with her two boys, husband, and puppy.
David "Ledge" Ledgerwood
Client Growth
Ledge is a many-time founder, with deep experience in growing six-figure startups to 8-figure enterprises. Clients talk to Ledge first when exploring a relationship with Gun.io.
Andrea Sali
Andrea is Gun.io's swiss army knife. Andrea builds systems to ensure that each and every one of our clients feel well-supported and not just like "another client." Gun.io is committed to delivering an exceptional service, and Andrea ensures that we deliver on this commitment.
Tyler Newkirk
Operations
Tyler leads Operations at Gun.io. Outside of work, Tyler spends his time getting swole and flexy in the gym, chopping wood outside of the gym, and drinking rye whiskey.
Rich Jones
Founder & Hacker Evangelist
Rich built Gun.io's first version in his dorm room in Boston. When he's not fighting for the Professional Freelancer, Rich writes open source software and skates.
Teja Yenamandra
CEO
Teja is passionate about creating a new, global framework for work. He likes training jiu-jitsu, weightlifting, and drinking coffee.