Ryan Mull President
An experienced leader and strategist who cares deeply about helping people access therapy, Ryan joined GoodTherapy as president in 2018.
Before coming to our team, Ryan’s data-driven, growth-oriented approach helped multiple companies achieve success—including two of his own digital marketing/SaaS firms. His commitment to customer-focused solutions and to our mission and vision make him a natural fit to lead us into the future.
Ryan has family members who work in mental health and has seen the immense value of therapy. His top priority at GoodTherapy is to make it easier for people to get the help they deserve. As part of that effort, Ryan is focused on building relationships with trusted therapists, improving user experience, and reducing barriers to treatment.
Born and raised in Bloomington, Indiana, Ryan studied at Indiana University and bleeds Hoosier crimson, especially at NCAA Tournament time. He lives in Greenwood Village, Colorado with his wife, two children, and an aging golden retriever named Duke.
Ryan loves a good outdoor concert, but anywhere outside will do. He also enjoys hiking, camping, mountain biking, skiing, and shooting hoops with his kids.
Rebecca Maday Director of Business Operations
Rebecca is passionate about bringing out the best in people, teams, and small businesses. With over 9 years experience in project management, process improvement, and business operations management for Fortune 500 and growth-stage tech companies, Rebecca joined GoodTherapy as Director of Business Operations in 2019 driven by the desire to go smaller to make a bigger impact.
Her personal motto is that every challenge is an opportunity to learn, and finds fulfillment in the pursuit of learning, helping others succeed, and leaving things better than you found them. A Chicagoan raised in an entrepreneurial family, Rebecca has a special place in her heart for blues, architecture, and museums. She lives in Denver with her record collection, mountain bike, and keeps a daily journal.
Chesna Klimek, MA VP, Operations
Chesna has been with GoodTherapy since the company's formative years. She collaborates with our dedicated team to ensure GoodTherapy offers helpful information and resources to mental health professionals and the public, achieves our goals, and upholds our mission and vision.
Chesna completed the Master in Counseling Psychology program at Saint Martin's University in 2012, including a 700-hour clinical internship providing direct therapy services to children and families in her community. Prior to that, she graduated magna cum laude from Western Washington University with a bachelor's degree in communication and earned an associate's degree in business from South Puget Sound Community College.
A longtime equestrian, Chesna enjoys caring for, training, and competing her horses, as well as helping other riders improve their partnerships with their horses. An outdoorsperson at heart, Chesna delights in the daily aspects of farm living, as well as reading, writing, and traveling.
Jenn Feldmann, MBA VP, Engineering
Jennifer brings a lifelong love of learning to GoodTherapy, where she has overseen programming and web development for over half a decade. She spearheaded the site’s 2015 redesign, resulting in cleaner aesthetics, better functionality, and a more engaging and user-friendly interface.
The owner of a master in business administration from Western Governors University and a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies from Eastern Washington University, Jennifer integrates the practices and theories she has learned in her work on a daily basis. All the while, she helps her colleagues navigate and troubleshoot the technology they use to keep GoodTherapy running smoothly.
During her spare time, Jennifer enjoys being with loved ones and her dogs, and especially loves spending time in her backyard/garden or in her craft room sewing, crocheting, or working on whatever creative project strikes her fancy. She attributes her creative spirit to her mother, a former elementary music teacher, and her love of computers to her dad, who gave Jennifer her first computer when she was 8.