AnonyMoose is introducing the first enterprise-level anonymous communications solution. Our pioneering SaaS platform opens a two-way direct line of anonymous conversation between leadership and employees. AnonyMoose creates a welcoming environment and culture of empowerment, openness and fairness.
Our SaaS platform and app are the first DE&I architected communications solution designed to enable diversity, equity and inclusion. A collaborative, content workforce more willingly contributes to leadership, innovation and productivity. Assuring a healthier work environment reduces risk of microaggression, bias and fear while increasing opportunity for overall bottom line success.
AnonyMoose’s SaaS solution is architected for Maximal CAPEX ROI and Maximum OPEX savings for our customers. We elevate the social battle cry to reduce toxicity and elevate fairness. Our solution humanizes environments by bringing compassion, civility and personal value back to business.
We are led by a team of executives with deep experience in SAAS solution development, enterprise architecture and commercial growth. Our leadership team is motivated to enable social change and growth for employers and employees.
Sonali Siddha is an esteemed 20-year-plus veteran of the IT business. Sonali Siddha began her engineering and design career helping pioneer email, EDI and eFAX solutions to businesses in India. Ms Siddha continued a highly successful engineering and design career as team lead at OneBeacan Insurance. In 2013, she co-founded ExclusivelyForYou, an invitation-only E-commerce startup, aimed at bringing luxury goods to unique marketplaces. In 2017, Siddha became Founder and CEO of Nidarr, a social impact initiative in the Government Citizen space.
Ulysses Wong has spent 20+ years aggressively scaling global technology businesses for private equity firms and publicly traded companies including Platinum Equity, Flex, Switzerland-based Logitech, Japan-based Hitachi and IBM. In 2016, Wong became President and CEO at Enbi Group, a PE-backed global manufacturer. Recruited by Platinum Equity to globalize Enbi Group, Wong grew Enbi’s revenue and EBITDA, developed GTM strategies, expanded operations and built substantial enterprise value, taking the Enbi Group to the next level, then exited with a successful liquidity event.
Gunjan Siddha has maximized his experience as a dynamic solutions architect and has utilized his MBA business savvy to impact multiple industries. His vast experience covers business categories including telecommunications, banking, financial institutions, federal government, healthcare, mining, gaming, technology, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and automotive. Siddha has worked with major stakeholders, cross-functional and technical teams. Since 2000, Siddha has held key senior solutions architect roles at eDocs, Oracle and NetSuite. Gunjan is exceedingly revered for his work in the SaaS-based subscription billing and revenue management space. Siddha handled high-value strategic accounts, provided technical leadership and complex solutions scoping pre-sales and post-sale strategic implementation. Before joining AnonyMoose, Siddha served as COO for earth&US, a Zero waste Lifestyle solutions creator.
Julie Ann Crommett has been working in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) space for over a decade leading disruptive, systemic change across media and tech. She was most recently Vice President of Multicultural Audience Engagement at The Walt Disney Studios spearheading efforts to diversify talent in front of and behind the camera, connect creative projects more closely to the communities they touch, and build a more inclusive culture within the Studios. Her team contributed to many projects including SOUL, COCO, BLACK PANTHER, RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON, and ALADDIN as well as launching the Disney Launchpad: Shorts Incubator, an industry-leading program guaranteeing up to six directors from underrepresented backgrounds the opportunity to produce a short film for Disney+. Julie Ann was also instrumental in Disney's library review process leading to a revised content advisory and proactive resources for families to discuss negative stereotypes in media. In partnership with Disney Executive Chairman Bob Iger, she launched and co-chaired the company's first-ever Creative Inclusion Council dedicated to increasing inclusion and accountability in Disney's creative endeavors. Previously, she was Google’s Entertainment Industry Educator in Chief leading their efforts to shift and diversify on- screen perceptions of computer science through storytelling (a position she created) as well as having led Google’s DEI efforts in Latin America. Before that she worked at NBCUniversal managing behind-the-camera diversity programs including Writers on the Verge and the Directing Fellowship. Julie Ann has been recognized by The Hollywood Reporter’s 35 under 35, the IMAGEN Foundation’s Influential Latinos in Entertainment list and as an ADCOLOR Innovator. She serves on the boards for the Hispanic Federation, NALIP (National Association of Latino Independent Producers), and Women in Animation. A proud Puerto Rican and Cuban American, Julie Ann was raised in Atlanta, GA and earned her BA in English at Harvard University.