Board of Directors

Director
Scott Fletcher, is a long time executive and advisor to technology companies around the world. Through his career he has had roles at Microsoft in technical marketing, the telecommunications industry and as a management consultant. In 2009, Mr. Fletcher co-founded yReceipts, a successful e-receipts business that enabled offline retailers to send email receipts with integrated targeted marketing. In 2012, Mr. Fletcher joined Delivery Hero as the CEO of Australia and served in various roles until February 2017. Mr. Fletcher was promoted to the global management team at Delivery Hero in September 2013, acting as CEO in various markets and lead global initiatives including data science, logistics and research and development. In 2016, Mr. Fletcher became Global CTO at Delivery Hero, a role responsible for global technology. He also co-founded Code Pilot Corp. in 2018 and served as its Chief Operating Officer from February 2018 to September 2018. Mr. Fletcher is an adviser to some early and later stage companies, helping them focus on growth and operational excellence, and he has been a partner in YMF Investments since 2017, investing globally in technology companies. Mr. Fletcher holds a B.S. from the University of Sydney in Australia. The Company believes that Mr. Fletcher is qualified to serve on our Board based on his extensive leadership experience in the food delivery space.
Director
Jonathan Green, is a Partner at Luxor Capital Group, LP, and a principal at its affiliate, Lugard Road Capital GP, LLC. Luxor Capital Group, LP, is a New York-based hedge fund. He has served as a board member for a number of public and private Internet technology companies, including Delivery Hero. Prior to joining Luxor in 2004, Mr. Green worked at Wasserstein Perella and the spinoff of its financial restructuring group, Miller Buckfire & Co., where he represented clients in complex reorganizations. Mr. Green received B.A. degrees in Psychology and Economics from Brown University. The Company believes Mr. Green is qualified to serve on our Board based on his leadership and industry experience.
Director
Joseph LeBlanc, is a 26-year veteran of the technology industry and has served on the Waitr Board since May 2014 as one of the first appointed independent directors of Waitr. Mr. LeBlanc most recently served as the Director for U.S. Channels for Alert Logic from June 2014 to October 2018, a leading SaaS security provider, with responsibility for the company’s largest public cloud channel partnerships. Prior to Alert Logic, from July 2012 to May 2014, Mr. LeBlanc was on the U.S. Alliance Team and responsible for multi-million dollar partner alliance relationships for ServiceNow, a leading provider of cloud-based services that automate enterprise IT operations. From July 2009 to July 2012, Mr. LeBlanc was Director of North American Channel Sales for IBM-BigFix, where he was instrumental in developing the go-to market channel strategy for North America. From 2005 to 2009, Mr. LeBlanc was Director of North American Channel Sales for Symantec-Altiris with responsibility for building a national channel sales team and program. From 1994 to 2004, Mr. LeBlanc held various leadership positions, most notably Head of U.S. Channels and V.P. of North American Sales with Netopia, an enterprise software and web services company that specialized in the SMB and Mid-Market. Mr. LeBlanc holds a B.S. in Economics from Louisiana State University. The Company believes that Mr. LeBlanc is qualified to serve on our Board based on his historic knowledge of Waitr and his leadership and industry experience.
Chairman of the Board
Christopher Meaux has been Chief Executive Officer, President, Secretary, a director and is the founder of Waitr, since 2013. Prior to founding Waitr, Mr. Meaux was an entrepreneur in multiple ventures in the technology and restaurant industries including full-service and fast casual restaurants. Prior to entrepreneurship, Mr. Meaux had a 23-year career in technology serving in various management positions with McAfee Software, Optical Coating Labs, Inc. (“OCLI”), and Hyundai Electronics.
Director
Since August 2010, Mr. Fertitta has been the sole shareholder, chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fertitta Entertainment, Inc., which owns the NBA’s Houston Rockets, the restaurant conglomerate Landry’s and the Golden Nugget Casinos and is recognized today as a global leader in the dining, hospitality, entertainment and gaming industries. Mr. Fertitta was the sole shareholder at the time he took Landry’s public in 1993, and after 17 years as a public company, he was the sole shareholder in taking Landry’s private in 2010. Mr. Fertitta currently serves as Chairman of the Houston Children’s Charity, the Houston Police Foundation, and is currently the Chairman of the Board of Regents for the University of Houston. He also is on the Executive Committee of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, one of the Nation’s largest charitable organizations. He also serves on the boards of the Texas Heart Institute and the Greater Houston Partnership.
Director
Mr. Scheinthal has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Landry’s, Inc. since its IPO in 1993 and as its Executive Vice President or Vice President of Administration, General Counsel and Secretary since September 1992. He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Fertitta Entertainment, Inc. which is the holding company for Landry’s, Inc., the Golden Nugget Hotels and Casinos and other assets owned and controlled by Tilman J. Fertitta. Prior to joining Landry’s, he was a partner in the law firm of Stumpf & Falgout in Houston, Texas. Mr. Scheinthal represented Landry’s, Inc. for approximately five years before becoming part of the organization. He has been licensed to practice law in the state of Texas since 1984.
Director
Mr. Stream has served on the Waitr Board since 2014. Mr. Stream and entities affiliated with his family have been investors in Waitr since it was founded. Since December 2003, Mr. Stream has served as President of Matilda Stream Management, Inc., which manages the business and investing activities of the Stream family, and also as Manager of various related entities. He has also served as Vice President of M-Heart Corporation since December 2006, as President of Graystoke, Inc. since June 2005 and as President of Placid Indemnity Company, Inc. since December 2016. Mr. Stream formerly served as a director of publicly traded CKX Lands, Inc. from January 2007 to October 2017, including serving as Audit Committee Chairman from May 2011 to October 2017. In addition to his professional roles, Mr. Stream has served and led numerous charitable and civic causes. In 2010 he received the Southwest Louisiana Civic Service Award from the Chamber of Commerce. He has served on the Louisiana Innovation Council; the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Coastal Protection, Restoration, and Conservation; and the board of directors for the SWLA Economic Development Alliance. A passionate advocate for education and entrepreneurship, Stream currently serves on the Executive Committee for the Louisiana Committee of 100 for Economic Development as incoming Chairman. He formerly served on the Louisiana Board of Regents as Regent for the 3rd Congressional District, and also as Chairman of the National Hurricane Museum and Science Center. In 2018 Gray began serving as a director for the National World War II Museum. Prior to joining the Stream Companies, Mr. Stream worked for the 7th Congressional District of Louisiana in Washington, D.C. Mr. Stream is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and he received an MBA in Management and Finance from Rice University. The Company believes that Mr. Stream is qualified to serve on our Board based on his historic knowledge of Waitr and his financial and managerial experience.

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