CodeScience Wants You

Founded in 2008, CodeScience was one of the first PDOs (Product Development Organization) for Salesforce focusing on building products on the Salesforce platform, and now the first to receive the PDO Masters designation from Salesforce. We’ve brought more than 250 products to market on the AppExchange and we’re just getting started. 

With offices in Chattanooga, TN and San Francisco, CA, we support the unique needs of ISV companies, guiding them through the full lifecycle, including the plan, build/test, distribution, marketing, sales and support phases. We create amazing products for the AppExchange at top speed, but we’re so much more than a super-fast development shop. We bring special expertise to the table to support SaaS businesses. Our clients look to us to bring solutions to market that transform their business and bottom line while avoiding common pitfalls companies can encounter when they grow.


CodeScience has committed to pledging 1% of profit to our community. Our pledge is on behalf of our entire organization, falling in line with our culture, values, and beliefs. It has always been, and continues to be, a core part of our identity. We encourage our clients to join us in this pledge. For more information about Pledge 1%, visit or this blog post.

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Our special Sauce.

At CodeScience, culture is king, queen and court jester all rolled into one. We’re seasoned Salesforce experts who are passionate about doing amazing work, but we’re also a group of adults who refuse to let go of our childlike sense of wonder and curiosity. We like a good challenge and we love difficult projects. Every hard question is a chance for us to do what we do best: collaborate, innovate and answer complexity with simplicity. Together, we mix equal parts precision and play to create amazing apps for our clients.

  • Master Your Craft

  • Assume Noble Intent

  • Make Mom Proud

    (Unless she is Cruella Devil)

  • Default to Transparency

  • Inclusivity Breeds Diversity

    (& is Everybody's Responsibility)

  • Focused Curiosity

  • “Values are with us for the long term. They are our guard rails. They are the lines that we will not cross -- digestible statements that provide a lens for our decisions and actions.”

Brian Walsh


Brian was a Navy brat, moving every 3-4 years, generally bouncing from a beach somewhere to the Washington, DC metro area. After progressing from Philadelphia to New York City, Brian found his true home in San Francisco, CA. Brian’s father gave him an Atari 800XL computer in 1981. He has been working with computers ever since. The first domain he registered ( was in 1995. Yes – three letter domains were still available (and cheap!) in 1995. Brian loves to lead teams through impossible challenges. The tougher the challenge, the more motivated he is. He finds it most rewarding to see the incredible teams he leads stretch and achieve more than they thought was attainable. The incredible, growing, and improving team at CodeScience is the ultimate measure of Brian’s contribution and one he is most proud of. In the brief hours away from his keyboard, he is most definitely playing with his two sons, Finn and Pax, and beautiful wife Molly. He loves to unwind from work and family by cooking up a storm in the kitchen. As of late, his cooking has been back to basics, with menus featuring the bountiful produce of his home in Marin County.

Stan Green

Chief Operating Officer

Stan was born in Mexico City, grew up in San Antonio, TX, and currently resides in lovely Atlanta, GA.  His formal education includes an undergrad in economics and a masters in computer science.  His real world professional education has been a meandering and fun trip.  It started out in computer science research, migrated to being a techie and executive in various companies (programmer, systems architect, systems admin and various other fun roles) before wandering over to the business side.  

Stan has a passion for scaling companies and/or fixing them.  He has done the startup thing -- failing at quite a few and lucky to have been at a handful of successful ones too.  He has also done the megacorp thing and learned a lot about how the big boys play.  When not focusing on the operations and finances of the company his personal passions kick in: travel (he shoots for 40k+ miles / year), dining out, and finding the delicate balance between his love of coffee and a healthy nap schedule.

    Sean Hogan

    Chief Revenue Officer

    Hailing from from Danville, CA, Sean's heart has always been in California and now calls Orinda, CA home. With a love for the outdoors, Sean could often be found playing lots of sports: soccer, baseball, football and golf as a child. Nowadays, Sean's happy place is on his mountain bike in the redwoods of northern California. At CodeScience Sean is the Chief Revenue Officer, and leads the Sales, Marketing, Alliances, and Business Development teams. Those teams help our clients create subscription applications built for the Salesforce Platform and ecosystem. Sean has 30 years of Sales, Marketing, and Business Development experience.

    In his downtime, Sean and his lovely wife Allison like to take their 3 children on a hike and listen to them complain about it. It is their hope one day they will learn to love it as much as they do. 

      Mike Witherspoon

      Founder and Chairman

      Mike spent his rearing years traveling around the world as an Army brat and grew up in Germany, New York, Belgium, Virginia, Oklahoma and Florida. He continued this trend as an adult living in Seattle, Toronto, New Orleans, Charlotte, Thailand, Manhattan and Washington DC before settling permanently in San Francisco a few years ago. Mike started as a baby PriceWaterhouseCoopers management consultant during the dot com boom, sixteen years ago. During the first eight years of his career at PWC and subsequently Searchspace, Mike was a software consultant in the utilities and banking sectors. Following that Mike spent three years in the Salesforce consulting realm at Bluewolf with positions as a solution architect and account executive. In 2008, Mike founded CodeScience initially focusing on solution architecture and now on growing the company.   Mike lives in the realm of making decisions when there is no clear path and enjoys working on any complex problem without a correct solution. Second to that, Mike loves watching others succeed. Whether it’s seeing a client’s software product succeed in the marketplace or one of our consultants on stage at a conference or a developer sharing an interesting coding technique she just learned, those are the moments Mike smiles about before going to sleep.   Mike loves waking up with a yoga practice followed by breakfast with a friend….followed by an extended pool or costume party and the yearly trips to the desert for Burning Man. After spending a year teaching SCUBA in Thailand and half his vacations in search of tropical fish, you should have no doubt that Mike would rather be underwater than doing anything else. That’s not entirely true, Mike prefers eating cheese and then going for a dive.

      Molly Walsh

      Director of Marketing

      Molly was born and raised in Northern California by Buddhist Deadhead parents. For the past 25 years, she has happily been in marketing, sales, and events, a calling sparked out of college when she produced regional campaigns for clients like General Mills.

      Molly relishes the thrill and camaraderie of working in an entrepreneurial environment. Her love of the tech industry began in the heat of the last Silicon Valley boom, when she co-founded and led the marketing for a B2B start-up that was ultimately acquired. Molly’s happy place includes brainstorming on the next big idea to create client engagement and then executing with precision. She has a passion for promoting sustainability and is on the Board of the Green Meeting Industry Council in the Bay Area. On off-hours, you can find Molly at home with her two sons, Finn and Pax, and her husband, Brian, in the Marin redwoods. 

      Jeff Goree

      Vice President of Sales

      Jeff grew up in Texas and North Carolina and now calls Greensboro, North Carolina, his home. Jeff began working as a developer in 2002 and has been working with the platform since 2008. He is good at solving process and technical issues for clients. He loves to provide solutions that simplify people’s lives and help them to quickly see results.

      When he isn’t working, Jeff is chasing a golf ball through the woods or suffering through a University of South Carolina football game. He can never stop reading anything that he can get his hands on.

      Coni Thomas

      Director of People Operations

      Like the wizard behind the curtain in Oz, Coni thinks the role of operations is to make the company run so smoothly no one ever notices the work. Between a career in advertising and a career in Disaster Management, Coni fell into Operations and she loves it. She has always enjoyed finding creative solutions for problems (solving puzzles) and creating processes so things run effortlessly with a dash of event planning (who doesn’t love a good party?). 

      When everyone one else is running around with their hair on fire, Coni likes to be the one holding the bucket. She approaches business problems with logic, serenity, and a fierce commitment to the agreed upon schedule. Whether in classrooms, boardrooms, or workshops, Coni pays keen interest to the strengths that her fellow teammates bring to the table so she can identify and encourage the best person for a specific job. Coni’s a frequent citizen of the web, of dinner parties, and the Atlanta music festival scene. She likes costumes, quirky design, and DIY projects. Coni doesn’t shy away from challenges, and she’ll organize the heck out anyone else’s until it’s done. 

      Kim Kearney

      Vice President of Delivery

      Kim lives in Charlotte, NC and has been managing professional services delivery in the Salesforce ecosystem since 2007. At CodeScience, Kim is responsible for the growth and development of the Delivery organization and ensuring each project aligns with customer expectations. She has a passion for consulting, and works to ensure team and customer success on every project. Building relationships and being a trusted advisor to clients is in her DNA, and something she shares with everyone she meets.

      When not making our customers happy, Kim enjoys family time, cooking and home improvement projects. Born with a deep sense of wanderlust, she will jump at any chance to travel. Learning about new ideas, places and people keeps her excited to always see what comes next.

        Barton Ledford

        Director of Technology

        In early 2014, Spoon and Brian took a chance on the idea of a technical architect at CodeScience. From then on, Barton has been providing technical oversight and direction for products from ideation through support. Prior to starting as a developer on the Salesforce platform in 2012, Barton led development for multiple Fortune 500 PeopleSoft implementations as a road warrior. Making sure no stone remains unturned, he focuses on turning complex requirements into elegant, yet simple and scalable solutions that leverage just the right mix of platform features.

        When he isn't expanding his knowledge on Salesforce or growing his team, Barton enjoys attending football games, long runs around town, volunteering with his church and exploring the ever-expanding Charlotte brewery scene with his family. Yes, toddlers can enjoy breweries too. At home, Barton stays busy with projects in the yard, planning the next family trip, or building forts and working puzzles.

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        Rebecca Keyser

        Director of Finance and Business Operations

        Rebecca lives in Fort Mill, South Carolina, and has called the Carolinas her home for the past 25 years. Don’t mistake her for being a Gamecocks fan though. Having been born and raised in Mississippi as well as graduating from Mississippi State, she is an avid Bulldogs fan through and through. Rebecca brings over 25 years of accounting experience and 14 years of technology industry expertise to CodeScience. At CodeScience, she’ll be responsible for integrating processes and procedures to increase efficiency and drive profitability forward.

        Rebecca is an avid DIY-er and master at arts and crafts (she brought her own jetpack to work on her first day). She’s married to Brett and has a silky terrier fur baby named Maggie -- who both enjoy evening walks at the end of the day.

          Minerva Codey Science

          Chief Snuggle Officer

          aka “Minnie”

          Minerva is our furriest CodeScientist! Born and raised in Chattanooga, we officially adopted her from the Naughty Cat Cafe into the CodeScience family on August 6th, 2019. As Chief Snuggle officer, her responsibilities are greeting everyone that comes into the office, digging up plants, people watching out the windows, sunbathing, checking in on everyone as they work, belly rubs, and sleeping on laps!

          Minnie has quickly purred her way into our hearts and is happy to see you when you stop by. We want to give a special thanks to the Naughty Cat Cafe and encourage anyone in the area to check them out as well.

            Juli Richart

            Senior Director of Delivery

            Juli resides just outside Denver, Colorado – close enough to experience the city but far enough not to be a city girl.  Her career started on the client-side of Salesforce back in 2004 where she made the leap into consulting in 2009 and never turned back.  Her passion around people and scaling teams led her to CodeScience as Sr Director of Delivery.  She finds her groove each day focusing on how to make our teams more efficient, quality driven, and enabled to deliver our best work.  Our internal success is how we ensure our customer’s success.

            When not at work, Juli enjoys getting outside for a run, a walk or just taking in all the vitamin D Colorado has to offer.  Aside from spending time with friends and family, dogs are definitely in company.  When her love bucket needs filling, she volunteers at a local puppy rescue dreaming about how each puppy would be an amazing addition to the family.