megree Leadership Team

megree is privately funded and based in Washington, DC.

Leadership Team

Eric Broyles - Founder & CEO

Eric began his career as corporate lawyer with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in the firm’s Washington, DC office where he advised telecom and technology companies on corporate transactions and regulatory matters. He also served as Senior Counsel at AOL where he brokered numerous technology deals and online advertising transactions. Prior to founding megree, he was a business development executive at Gerson Lehrman Group where he was instrumental in helping to drive revenue which helped GLG grow into a $1 billion enterprise. A MindShare Class of 2010 Alum, Eric graduated summa cum laude and as Valedictorian of his class at the University of Cincinnati and is a graduate of University of Virginia School of Law. Eric serves on the Board of Directors of the Choral Arts Society of Washington.

Kevin Dieter - Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer

Prior to joining megree, Kevin was the CTO for Americatel Corporation, a consumer-focused telecommunications company where he was responsible for all software, network, and operations functions. Previously, he was Director of Software Engineering and Vice President of Project Management at Covad Communications. Kevin graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Systems Engineering and attended George Washington University's MBA program. Kevin also proudly served his country as an officer in the US Air Force where he managed the development and operation of ground and space based systems. Kevin is also the founder of iSwimFaster, and is a competitive swimmer and coach.

Advisory Board

Samuel Solomon – Chair of megree’s Board of Advisors

Sam is an early investor in megree and heads the firm's Advisory Board. Sam is a successful entrepreneur and business executive in the legal, financial and information technology industries. Sam recently led his company, DOAR - a litigation support firm, to a capital transaction involving a $90 million private equity valuation and investment. Now retired and an advisory board member of DOAR, Sam is a board member of a number of private software companies and two technology incubators, on the board of a NASDAQ-listed mutual fund, and the boards of a number of non-profit organizations.