Founder & CEO

Having extensive corporate sales experience with two different major Fortune 500 companies, Matthew knows first-hand the challenges and opportunities in the corporate business market. He founded LunchPro to allow sales reps, office managers, and local restaurants to work together to grow each of their businesses.

Most recently he was a member of the business consulting team at Interstate Battery where he developed customized plans to help franchises ensure profitability. Prior to that, he was at Eli Lilly where he was an Executive Sales Representative, managing a $6m+ region that produced the highest share of market for its blockbuster drug Cymbalta. He also led regional sales training across sixteen states. Matthew began his career at Maytag Appliances where he converted his territory from "worst to first" in his first year.

Matthew has a BBA from Texas A&M University and also studied abroad in Salzburg, Austria.


General Counsel

Patrick is the managing member of Coffin & Bailey, a Dallas based law firm with over 40 years combined experience forged in elite national and international law firms.

Pat is a business-person's lawyer, developing creative solutions to lead clients through all aspects of their corporate legal needs. He spent the initial portion of his legal career training with some of the most well-known real estate lawyers in the Dallas area, spending five years at a large international law firm working on multi-million dollar real estate transactions.

He has a BA, with honors, from Laurentian University, a Master's in Criminal Justice from New Mexico State University, and a JD from St. Mary's School of Law.



EVP, Business Development

Alan is an entrepreneurial senior executive with a unique blend of large corporate, scrappy start-up, and strategic consulting DNA.

Alan was an executive vice president, Strategy & Operations, at Dotmenu (acquired by GrubHub). Through its two online platforms, and, Dotmenu maintained 250,000 restaurant menus and 5,000 online ordering restaurants across 400 college campuses and 70 metropolitan areas in the US. Dotmenu became the nation's largest online consumer player for online food delivery culminating in a strategic merger with GrubHub, more than doubling the value of the business in 18 months. He has extensive experience leading product management, marketing, business development, and data operations functions. He spent over 10 years in the financial markets as an executive at both Standard & Poor's and Fitch Ratings. He has also led product management and strategy at WorldPay, a leading electronic payments processor.

Alan has an MA (Hons) in Law and Management from Cambridge University and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.