Jonmichael Moy (Jon Michael Moy) is a Toronto technology executive and seasoned Silicon Valley veteran with a passion for product development and strategy. He has a 17-year track record in product management, marketing, operations and business development with various startups and organizations.
Jonmichael Moy has held senior-level roles at companies in the United States and Canada, including pioneering digital ventures like eBay, PayPal and Torstar. Currently, Moy serves as Vice President of Operations for AskforTask, a Toronto-based company that connects clients with house cleaning and handyman services.
Jonmichael Moy is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvian, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Economics in August 1997.
Moy started his career in 1997 at Cap Gemini (formerly a part of Ernst & Young LLP). Following this, he led a eight-person team in the launch of two new major platforms at web services application delivery platform, Jamcracker Enterprise 3.0, and helped to increase business user engagement by over 110 percent and incremental revenue by 20 percent.
Moy’s first startup was a web application portal similar to Google Apps for which he secured $200,000 in seed funding. In 2006, he designed and executed the business plan for the launch of Personal Tao, a boutique fitness and nutrition coaching service for expatriates in Shanghai, China.
Starting in 2007, Moy spent six years in product management at eBay and its PayPal subsidiary. Here, he helped lead the launch of PayPal Canada and the company’s merchant payment processing service, PayPal Payments Pro, which saw triple digit revenue growth in its first three years. In his four years as Head of Product at PayPal Canada, he was a part of growing a more than $2 billion consumer and merchant payment product portfolio. While at eBay, Moy led a cross-functional team that launched eBay's first marketplace shopping cart, which resulted in the doubling of average order size.
In 2013, Jonmichael Moy began working for Torstar Corporation. While at Torstar, he spearheaded the turnaround of the company’s automotive digital portfolio, including Wheels.ca, Autocatch.com, Lead Driver and LeaseBusters.com. Under his guidance, the company relaunched Torstar’s flagship Wheels.ca website; the revamped site drove increased revenues and a 60 percent leap in user engagement.
In 2016, Moy was named Vice President of Operations at AskforTask, Canada’s largest and fastest-growing home services platform. Moy brings his expertise in product strategy, business partnerships, and operations management to help drive AskforTask’s growth trajectory. During Moy’s tenure, he has implemented strategies designed to improve the quality of customer experience, such as refining worker vetting requirements to build trust in the marketplace.
In his free time, Moy plays hockey and organizes teams in Ontario, and also enjoys hot yoga. He supports local entrepreneurs around the world through micro financing initiatives, and is an active supporter of UNICEF.
Vice President Operations
2016 - Current (over 1 year)
Bachelor of Science, Industrial Management, Economics and International Affairs
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