Leadership Team

Jared Stauffer

Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jared Stauffer is the founder and CEO of Brinkster.

In early 1999 Jared started Brinkster while in college. Through Jared's leadership and technology expertise Brinkster was as an early pioneer in the hyper scale and high availability hosting industry.

Today Brinkster is a leading provider of custom Cloud infrastructure as a service, with over 25,000 customers in 175 countries worldwide. Their industry leading solutions deliver cutting edge performance, higher utilization rates, and lower TCO (total cost of ownership).

Before starting Brinkster, Jared was a consultant at Intel, Lehman Brothers and several emerging startup companies.

Jared has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Grand Canyon University and an Executive MBA, with an emphasis in management and leadership, from the Ken Blanchard College of Business at GCU.

Nathaniel Kemberling

Executive Vice President and CTONathaniel Kemberling joined Brinkster in 2000 and is the Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer.

Mr. Kemberling is the architect of Brinkster’s cutting-edge technology infrastructure and oversees the IT, programming, and data center departments. Before joining Brinkster Mr. Kemberling worked for Nortel Networks where he performed advanced testing on high-speed optical switches. Before Nortel he performed calibration and advanced testing while serving in the United States Marine Corps.

While in the Marine Corps., Mr. Kemberling graduated at the top of his class in transistor and digital theories. He also attended Judson College in Elgin, Illinois.

Jason Boffo

Vice President of Sales and Business DevelopmentMr. Boffo is the Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Brinkster. Mr. Boffo joined Brinkster in early 2012 and oversees all sales and business development initiatives.

Before starting with Brinkster, Mr. Boffo worked for over a decade leading medical device sales divisions in the Orthopedic, Podiatric, Neurologic and Pulmonary space. While working for Dynasplint Systems, he led the successful launch of their podiatry and neurology specialty sales divisions. Before medical devices, Mr. Boffo worked for Johnson and Johnson where he received innovation awards for his use of technology to deliver employee healthcare services and for developing new job conditioning, work hardening and ergonomic programs.

Mr. Boffo played NCAA Div. III baseball and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Eastern University, with an emphasis in sports medicine and leadership.