AudioEye Appoints David Moradi and Jamil Tahir to Board of Directors
TUCSON–(PRNewswire)–AudioEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: AEYE), the leader in digital accessibility, has elected current shareholders and seasoned finance professionals David Moradi and Jamil Tahir to its board of directors, effective immediately. With these appointments, AudioEye’s board is now expanded from four to six directors, four of whom are independent.
David Moradi, Founder, Sero Capital
An entrepreneur, investor and advisor to numerous market-leading technology companies, David Moradi is the founder and CEO of Sero Capital, a private investment firm focused on growth opportunities in the technology sector. Moradi is also co-founder and executive chairman of virtual reality (VR) video game development studio First Contact Entertainment Inc. Moradi previously spent 10 years as CEO of Anthion Management, a technology-focused fund which he helped grow to over $1B in assets. Prior to founding Anthion, Moradi was a portfolio manager at Pequot Capital Management and an analyst and portfolio manager for Soros Fund Management. Moradi launched his career as a special situations analyst for Imperial Capital.
Moradi graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is founder and chairman of the David Moradi Foundation, a charitable foundation supporting education and American military veterans.
“AudioEye has an impressive commitment to digital accessibility, and I’m honored to be part of what they do," said Moradi. “As AudioEye continues to accelerate accessibility through their patented machine-learning technology and expert managed services, there isn’t a single industry on the planet that doesn’t stand to benefit. We have a moral obligation to ensure all websites are digitally accessible, but my decision to join the AudioEye board goes deeper than that. There is also a strategic imperative that enables businesses to expand their customer base. I’m delighted to draw upon my experience and insights and help them do just that."