CEO and Director of Last Mile Holdings

Max Smith has been a transformative C-suite executive for more than 25 years with 8 successful exits. Most notably, as Head of Corporate Development for World Color Press, Smith was responsible for executing an acquisition growth strategy whereby World Color doubled its revenues from $1B to $2B through strategic acquisitions which enabled World Color to go public as a growth company. While CFO of LinkShare, Smith created a growth plan that enabled the company to grow from a breakeven $20m adtech company to a high-growth, high-margin business that was sold to Rakutan for $425m 3 years later. More recently, as CFO of and Maker Studios, Smith raised capital and worked on two transactions whereby Blip was sold to Maker and then within a year Maker was sold to Disney for nearly $700m. Over his career, Smith has managed the acquisition and integration of over 40 companies and he has raised $Billions of capital including angel, venture capital, IPO and debt (senior, subordinated, and asset based loans) to finance strategic growth.


Chairman of the Board of Last Mile Holdings

Louis Lucido was the founding partner of the US$148 billion investment management firm DoubleLine Capital. Prior to his retirement at the end of 2018, Lucido spent 50 years in the financial services industry, most recently as Senior Advisor, Chief Operating Officer, and founding partner of DoubleLine Capital. He was previously at TCW as Group Managing Director. Prior to joining TCW in 2001, Mr. Lucido was the Chief Investment Officer at Delphi Financial Group, sitting on a number of subsidiary boards. Prior to that, he was the Chief Operating Officer at Hyperion Capital Management, working alongside Lewis Ranieri. Lucido is currently on the Board of Directors of BioCorRX, a healthcare solutions company on the leading edge of alcohol and opioid addiction treatment. From February 2013 until June 30, 2019 he served as a member and chair of the Board of Directors of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Los Angeles. He is currently on the board of National CASA. Additionally, he was elected in 2013 to the board of Junior Achievement, Southern California and served until March 2019. He is currently on the boards of 826LA and the Lupus Research Alliance (formerly the Alliance for Lupus Research).


SVP Strategic Partnerships & Corporate Development

Matt Tolan is responsible for evaluating and executing strategic partnerships for Gotcha and supporting Corporate Development initiatives for Last Mile Holdings. He has more than 20 years of experience in driving revenue and growing market share by optimizing operational productivity and elevating the performance of global sales organizations. He has a track record of successfully transforming underperforming sales organizations, defining new approaches, and energizing the sales culture. At Avis Budget Group, Inc., Tolan fueled record-breaking revenue growth in government sales for 3 straight years and drove the Eastern US into the fastest-growing region in the corporate sales segment. He doubled revenue and expanded sales across Asia and Australia as the SVP of Global Sales at Carey International, Inc. As the SVP of Corporate Sales at Wheels Up, LLC, Tolan spearheaded the shift from high-net-worth individual sales through a rebranding to pursue corporate accounts. He has won accounts with other global and Fortune 500 accounts, including Accenture, Abbot, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Johnson & Johnson, JP Morgan Chase, Lockheed Martin, KPMG, PWC, United Technologies, UPS, and Westinghouse.