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The Freeze Tag Management Team

Craig Holland, CEO

Craig Holland co-founded Freeze Tag in October 2005. Prior to founding Freeze Tag, Craig founded Thumbworks, a publisher of mobile gaming applications, in January 2002 and served as the CEO of Thumbworks from its formation until its acquisition by In-Fusio, a mobile game publisher and mobile entertainment platform provider in January 2005. As CEO of Thumbworks, Mr. Holland drove the organization’s strategic direction, overseeing carrier relations, business development and licensing initiatives which led to partnerships with some of the world’s leading brands such as Etch A Sketch®, Nickelodeon, Suzuki, Paramount Pictures, and Honda. Prior to founding Thumbworks, Mr. Holland founded Nine Dots, an interactive marketing firm in North America whose clients included a number of high profile consumer brands such as Nestle, Quaker Oats, Qualcomm and General Motors, in 1992. Mr. Holland served as the CEO of Nine Dots from its formation until its sale to CyberSight, a Canadian-based interactive marketing company, in September 2000. Mr. Holland holds an MBA with an emphasis in Marketing from the University of Southern California (USC) and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).

Mick Donahoo, COO

Mick Donahoo co-founded Freeze Tag in October 2005 and in his role as Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Donahoo oversees product planning, design, and software development of all games and technology. With over 15 years of technology experience, Mr. Donahoo has produced over 25 mobile games distributed via 20 worldwide wireless carriers. Prior to founding Freeze Tag, Mr. Donahoo led North American development for Thumbworks and following its acquisition by In-Fusio, he oversaw overseas engineering teams located in Taiwan, Thailand, India, Russia, and Korea. Prior to In-Fusio, Mick was a consulting executive at Ernst & Young, LLP in the Financial Services and Aerospace and Defense industries architecting and developing large-scale, three-tiered client/server applications. Mick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Management Information Systems from Brigham Young University.

Guilherme Miguéis, Lead Programmer

Guilherme Miguéis is Freeze Tag’s Lead Programmer and he is responsible for developing and maintaining the company’s code base for iOS, Android and Windows Phone mobile platforms, and Windows and Mac OS X desktop systems. He also is responsible for structuring and programming the games themselves. He has worked as the lead programmer on over a dozen titles using various programming languages such as C, C++, Objective-C, Java, Python, JavaScript and TCL; technologies such as DirectX and OpenGL, as well as multiple third party libraries to implement all the design features and requirements of Freeze Tag games. Mr. Miguéis has been programming computers since the Sinclair ZX Spectrum (how many of you know that computer?) at the age of 11 and has since followed the evolution of personal computing from the programmer’s perspective starting with the Commodore Amiga and flowing through to IBM compatible PCs, Palm OS handhelds and contemporary smartphone and tablet devices. He left his study of Architecture in college to fully dedicate his time to his main passion of software development and he has been working with Freeze Tag since 2007.