Our mission is simple: use the internet to help non-profits spread the word about important causes. We put together "a Billion Impressions for Good" campaign in the wake of the 2010 Haiti earthquake disaster. As a group of online advertising industry veterans, we knew how to use the internet to rapidly spread the news and we felt it was our obligation to get out the word as best we could. We were able to assemble a top notch group of advertising partners who provided generous support in the form of donated advertising "impressions". Through our partner network, we've shown over 500,000,000 impressions, spreading the word about the Haiti disaster and generating awareness and donations for the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund. Following the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund campaign, Billions.org has expanded its partnership with the Clinton Foundation and has supported five additional not-for-profit campaigns. To date, Billions.org has helped deliver over 1,300,000,000 impressions for these causes.
Ramsey McGrory, Founder
Ramsey McGrory is President and CEO at AddThis, a leading social infrastructure and data company. Prior to AddThis, he led Yahoo! display platforms, including the Right Media Exchange and US data business. He thrives in fast paced environments having served in the Persian Gulf war, working on the Clinton presidential election cycle in 1992 and in media and tech sales of DoubleClick in the late 90s. Ramsey received a Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of the South, and a Master's degree in Management from Georgia Tech. He is based in New York City, where he is active in the William J. Clinton Foundation, Clinton Global Initiative, co-founded billions.org and sits on the board of The Jericho Project.
Michael Walrath, Founder
Michael was the founder and CEO of Right Media before its acquisition by Yahoo! in July 2007. Mike was awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2007. He and his wife Michelle created The Walrath Family Foundation, a philanthropy focused on social, environmental and environmental health issues. In 2008, Michael co-founded Atlas Films with his wife Michelle and Stephanie Soechtig. Atlas' first film is the award winning documentary Tapped. He has a B.A. in English from the University of Richmond.
Jonah Goodhart, Founder
Jonah is the founder of MOAT and was the founding investor and board member in Right Media. Jonah is actively involved in the not-for-profit world and is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative. He supports several organizations in fields such as human rights, access to technology, enabling youth action, and environmental education. Jonah holds a B.A. degree from Cornell University.
Noah Goodhart, Founder
Noah is the founder of MOAT, a new advertising company based in New York. Prior to MOAT, Noah was the founding investor and board member in Right Media. Noah has been involved in the Clinton Global Initiative for the past several years. He holds a B.A. degree from Cornell University, and an M.A. Degree from Yale University.