Team

Megan Reamer
Co-Founder/CEO

Megan Reamer started her career at Dow Jones & Co. as a staff reporter for The
Wall Street Journal and a copy editor for Dow Jones News Service. She transitioned to Accenture focusing on business development.

Once she and Scott started a family, she stayed home with their four children. They were inspired to share their son Jackson’s journey through a rare autoimmune disease that robbed him of his gross and fine motor skills. Megan and Scott changed Jackson’s diet in such a profound way that they decided to share this information with a wider audience through one of the products they were making at home: potato and tortilla chips cooked in organic coconut oil.

 

Scott Reamer
Co-Founder/CFO

With a degree in Chemical Engineering, Scott Reamer spent a decade in institutional research at the investment banks of Société Générale, DLJ, and Bear Stearns. Afterward, Scott became the chief macroeconomic/quantitative strategist for a $6 billion volatility arbitrage fund. When Jackson’s disease started to manifest itself, Scott leaned heavily on his chemistry background to understand the metabolic pathways that are affected by lipids, ultimately helping them to reverse engineer a fat-focused diet that has tamed the more pathological aspects of Jackson’s disease.

 

David McCormick 
Vice President of Operations

David McCormick most recently led a $300 million grocery program with Whole Foods Market - Rocky Mountain Region. Responsible for program development; pricing; category management; and new store design in 34 stores and five states. Born and raised in CO, with a passion for entrepreneurialism and right livelihood. Food and family have been at the center of David’s life and work -- making Jackson’s Honest the perfect home for him.

 

 

Patricia Marko

Director of Sales East

The simple act of ordering salad dressing from a small, northwest company directed Patricia Marko down a career path that would include selling gourmet pasta, gluten free delights, and indulgent chocolate. Patricia brings over 20 years of conventional and natural grocery experience to the team. Her background incorporates strategic planning, brand pioneering, and both regional and national sales management. Her work history includes Mrs. Leeper’s Pasta, American Italian Pasta Company, Enjoy Life Natural Brands, and Chocolove. She enjoys hanging out with her kids, dabbling in photography, and good home cooking.

 

Sarah Distefano
Office Manager

Sarah comes to Jackson’s Honest with almost 20 years of office organization and customer service experience. Originally from New Hampshire, she has a BA in Communications from Marist College.

Sarah felt a connection to the Jackson’s Honest mission and message. She enjoys traveling, being a history nerd and staying put to explore beautiful Colorado.

 

Lindsey Schauer
Marketing Coordinator

In 2012, Lindsey was hand-cooking chips for Jackson's Honest in the tiny commercial kitchen space in Crested Butte, CO. As the brand grew, she evolved into the social media manager and quickly moved into other marketing roles as the needs of the business changed. Her passion for the outdoors keeps her in the mountains around Crested Butte.

 

Madalyn (Maddie) Menor

Madalyn Menor
Sales Coordinator

Maddie joined the Jackson’s Honest team in 2016 with an expertise in event coordina- tion and execution. In her time with the company, she has expanded her role as the sales coordinator to include assisting in managing retailer and broker relationships, as well as helping with merchandising efforts and other relevant sales materials. When Maddie is not out sharing the Jackson’s Honest story and mission, she can be found on the mountains of Colorado sharing a bag of Jackson’s Honest Sweet Potato Chips with her husband and their adorable dog Dexter.

 

Noel Custer
Director of Sales Central 

Noel Custer is the most recent addition to Jackson’s Honest.
Prior, Noel spent 10 years with The Hershey Company overseeing a region accounting for $15 million in sales. In 2008, Noel joined Chocolove, a smaller confection company. Noel grew the Central region from $3.5 million to an $8 million region. Noel has proven to be successful in selling not only the natural, convention- al and mass channels but also convenience, vending, and food service. In his free time Noel enjoys spending time with his lovely wife and his dogs Duffy and Bailey.