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Compass Team

Ori Allon

Founder & Executive Chairman

Prior to Compass Ori was the Director of Engineering at Twitter's NYC office, after selling his prior company, Julpan, to Twitter in 2011. Previously, Google acquired his patented thesis work called Orion. During his time at Google, Ori led a search quality team that integrated the Orion technology and algorithms with the Google search engine. Ori earned his PhD in computer science at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.

Robert Reffkin

Founder & CEO

Prior to Compass Robert worked at Goldman Sachs as Chief of Staff to the President & COO following five years working in the firm's private equity arm. Prior to Goldman Sachs, he worked at Lazard and McKinsey & Company. In 2005, he was appointed as a White House Fellow to serve as special assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury. Robert is also the Founder of New York Needs You. He received a B.A. and M.B.A. from Columbia University. Outside of work, he recently completed 50 marathons, one in each state, to raise $1 million for nonprofits.

Leonard Steinberg

President

With almost two decades of experience, Leonard is recognized as one of New York’s leading residential real estate authorities. The Leonard Steinberg Team is ranked consistently in the Top Ten Broker Teams in the United States by the Wall Street Journal and has been responsible for well over $2 billion in residential transactions. He has served as a marketing agent and consultant on some of New York’s most iconic developments, including 150 Charles Street, 200 Eleventh Avenue and 54 Bond Street. Previously, he owned a fashion company and was a fashion designer at Christian Dior America. Leonard is a Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker.

David Snider

Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer

Prior to Compass David worked in the private equity group at Bain Capital and at the management consulting firm Bain & Company. He is the author of Money Makers: Inside the New World of Finance and Business, published by Macmillan in 2010. David is a member of the Steering Committee for the Museum of Modern Art’s Junior Associates Program. He received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.A. from Duke University.

Christina Allen

Head of Product

Christina joins Compass, as the Head of Product, from LinkedIn, where she led a product team for over four years. At LinkedIn, Christina was instrumental in building data-rich tools like those for the LinkedIn University program, helping to guide student users through each professional milestone, from the college selection process through their first job. Christina received her B.F.A. in Industrial Design and M.S. in Design and Computing from Carnegie Mellon University and earned a Ph.D. in Communications and Anthropology from Northwestern University.

Gene Martinez

Regional Senior Vice President

Prior to Compass, Gene spent 16 years at the Corcoran Group, most recently as the Senior Managing Director of the SoHo office. During his tenure he doubled the size of the sales force and turned the Soho office into the second most profitable of 720 Realogy offices. In 2014 he was nominated and confirmed by Governor Andrew Cuomo to the State Board of Real Estate property taxes. Previously, Gene owned an artist and photographer representation agency with offices in New York City and Miami. He is fluent in Spanish and graduated from Georgia State University with a B.A. in Business Administration. Gene is a Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker licensed as Eugenio Martinez.

Matt Spangler

Head of Design & Marketing

Matt joined after three years of building the creative group at Tribeca Enterprises. He oversaw the creation of all kinds of cool stuff like responsive sites, new ticketing platforms, documentary films and TV series fully funded by brands, YouTube channels, Film Festival campaigns and digital product development for the soon to launch Tribeca Shortlist SVOD platform. After working his way up the East Coast from Atlanta, he's owned his own creative agencies, had some laughs at Comedy Central, used Foursquare when it was called Dodgeball, saw the first dot-com bust up close and once co-hosted an event where teams of people raced to eat all the contents of a vending machine.