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Meet our Leaders

Doug Lebda

Founder, CEO

Frustrated with his own home-buying experience, Doug created LendingTree in 1996 to help customers find their best deals on loans. Today, he leads the company with the same passion and entrepreneurial grit he used to start it.

Neil Salvage

President

A proud alumnus of the University of South Carolina, Neil manages LendingTree’s daily operations. That means he oversees all the big stuff – Sales, Marketing, Business Development and the Contact Center.

JD Moriarty

Chief Financial Officer

J.D. first joined LendingTree as our senior vice president for corporate development, which meant he led our strategic acquisitions. He made such an impression that he was appointed our Chief Financial Officer just two months later.

Sushil Sharma

Chief Product

Sushil is responsible for leading the team of brilliant folks who make our products best in class. He drives growth for all LendingTree businesses with a sharp focus on innovation. He brings 18 years of product management to the role.

Jill Olmstead

Chief Human Resource Officer

Jill leads our human resources, real estate and facilities teams, along with the LendingTree Foundation. She has an extensive HR background, having served as the founding partner of her own talent and leadership consulting firm.

Arun Sankaran

Chief Information Security Officer

Arun is LendingTree’s data watchdog. He leads our information security team to ensure company tech and information remain confidential and that potential risks are addressed. He also makes new policies to keep our data safe

Carla Shumate

Chief Accounting Officer

Carla oversees all of LendingTree’s general and technical accounting, tax and SOX functions. A CPA since 1997, Carla joined LendingTree in 2012 after serving as senior vice president and controller at King Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Adithya Yaga

Chief Strategy Officer

Adithya joined LendingTree as its Chief Strategy Officer in late 2019 after serving four years at Amazon. He looks at the big picture of how the company operates and finds ways to make it better.