Singer was named Omnivore’s CEO in December 2020 after joining the company as COO in December 2019. His strategic approach and proven operational leadership will guide Omnivore through a period of high growth.
In 2020, Singer led Omnivore through the new challenges facing the restaurant industry from the COVID-19 pandemic. The company’s Menu Management System has helped restaurants adapt to an additional focus on carryout and delivery and launch virtual kitchens while minimizing additional costs.
Prior to Omnivore, he was the Vice President of Finance for FairWarning, a global privacy company, for 8 years. In this role, Singer led the finance, legal, information technology and sales operations departments, and worked to identify operational efficiencies and implement best practices.
Singer played a key role in growing the company to a globally recognized leader in its industry. He worked with FairWarning’s executive team to prepare the company for a $60 million growth equity investment from Mainsail Partners in June 2018, and stayed with the firm for the following 18 months as part of the transition team. FairWarning was later sold to Imprivata, a digital identity company for the healthcare industry, in December 2020.
Singer serves on the Board of SiteZeus, a real estate location intelligence technology platform for multi-unit brands.
He is a Board Member of Love IV Lawrence, a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding positive changes around mental health, and on the Alumni Executive Committee at Berkeley Preparatory School, a private school in Tampa. He also serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and on the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees for Congregation Schaarai Zedek.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in public policy from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Southern California.