Our Team V1
Meet the minds behind the magic.
Our revolutionary technology plays a significant role in what we’re able to deliver. But the people who engineer our tech, interpret the data and share insights with our clients are the heart of our company. Meet the people who are 113.
Anupam Singh -
Co-Founder and President
Our big data wizard
Co-Founder 113 Industries
Anupam Singh is an entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in designing, building and delivering innovative solutions and services. His career endeavors have included working in Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Lockheed, and HP, as well as working with multiple successful startups (including FORE Systems, FreeMarkets, Landslide). In his leadership roles at startups, Anupam has successfully attracted and assembled high performance teams. In his spare time, Anupam enjoys sports, travel, sketching and music.
Razi Imam -
Co-Founder and CEO
Co-Founder 113 Industries
Razi Imam is an accomplished award winning innovator, entrepreneur, and author. He has experience and knowledge of successfully innovating products and services, launching them in competitive markets, and building world-class high-performance teams. He has founded 113 Industries that focuses on helping Fortune 500s such as Coca-Cola, Colgate-Palmolive, Ocean Spray, and Hershey innovate breakthrough products based on identifying the unarticulated needs of their consumers. In recognition of his entrepreneurial success, Carnegie Science Foundation has presented Razi with their prestigious award honoring Innovation in Science and Technology. He has also been an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University teaching “Innovation and Commercialization” at the Tepper School of Business.
Razi is also the author of DRIVEN, a John Wiley and Sons publication. DRIVEN is about a Sufi concept called Junoon, a hypnotic ability to achieve an impossible goal. Razi’s new book MASTERS OF THE BROKEN WATCHES released April 21st, 2020 touches on the mystery of time. This book sits at the cross-section of science, global cultures, and hard-packed action-adventure. For more information please visit www.raziimam.com
See Razi talk to the Pittsburgh Technology Council about the work we do at 113 Industries and writing his book Masters of the Broken Watches:
Jenna Monocello Kerr -
Director of Strategy
Nick Brenner -
Lead, Consumer Trends
Mackenna Donahue -
Shad Connelly -
Reagan DeLattre -
Head of Client Success
Reagan is a CPG professional with over a decade of experience in sales and marketing. Her passion is fueled by collaboration, supporting a vision and fostering it’s growth through meaningful analysis. Her greatest adventure has been bringing a pet food brand to life, a dogged pursuit that went from ideation, to back shelf, to epic journey with a team and retailer committed to its purpose that resulted in launch with sustained market success. Reagan credits her achievements to the leaders that have championed her and shares that there is no greater gift or pursuit than believing in others
Dr. Jimmy Willams -
Executive Advisor, Engineering and Technology Innovation
Meet Dr. Williams
Distinguished Service Professor, Engineering and Public Policy
From 2012, he held the position of Vice President of Global Engineering at Pall Corp where he led a 750-member engineering unit, driving Pall’s global growth initiatives across its Life Science and Industrial Products business. His restructuring efforts resulted in improved product first time acceptance of 25%, introduced Design for Manufacture and Assembly process resulting in $8.0M in savings. He reduced globally replicated work resulting in immediate saving of $3.5M.
Prior to Pall, Dr. Williams spent 10 years with Alcoa, Inc. In his role as Senior Director of Research and Development – Alcoa Technology Advantage, he led all facets of business and technology management, including innovation management, portfolio management, market analysis, product development, project management, engineering design, and production operations.Among his many achievements, he initiated and developed Alcoa’s first integrated defense market strategy and business plan, growing profitable revenue from $50 million to $720 million and positioning the unit for $1 billion in annual sustainable revenue. As a product innovator, Dr. Williams spearheaded a critical assessment of Alcoa’s $2.1 billion aero-structures business leading to a cost-saving fundamental shift in materials options. He also developed a cross-functional, multi-business-unit, multi-vendor product development team that successfully inserted an innovative cosmetic finish into Apple’s Macintosh computer supply chain, and earned the 2002 RoadStar Magazine Most Valuable Product Award for Dura-Bright surface finish wheel application.
Beginning in 1983, Dr. Williams led a nearly 20-year distinguished career at The Boeing Co. where he held a number of significant research and development and program management positions. Among his accomplishments at Boeing, Dr. Williams restructured the company’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Organization, increased manufacturing flexibility and productivity for next-generation wing drilling, and earned Boeing’s Black Engineer of the Year award in 2001.