We founded DoubleNet Pay to help you reach your financial goals automatically.

Get your obligations out of the way on payday.

You’ll know exactly what’s left to spend, with no guesswork!

DoubleNet Pay. We put guidance into action.

Our Value

  • Users get an automated solution that allows them to focus on life rather than financial worries.
  • We provide with a customized, flexible framework to help people advance their financial well-being.
  • Employers get a system that helps employees get more out of their benefits, which creates a more productive workplace.

Secure financial footing. Simple, convenient, and worry-free.

Our Team

Brian Cosgray

Founder & CEO

Brian has spent his entire career in financial services. Previously, as a multi-unit franchisee of Aaron’s Inc. and a financial advisor with Merrill Lynch, Brian worked with customers and clients across the economic spectrum. From that experience he saw a true need to simplify and automate how people pay bills and save money. Building on that need, Brian founded DoubleNet Pay and created a cutting-edge bill paying and savings solution that takes the stress out of managing day-to-day finances.

Cody Laird

Technical Co-Founder

Cody is a financial technology veteran who spent 20 years in the technology division at SunTrust, where he helped architect and build the SunTrust retail-banking platform. Prior to joining DoubleNet Pay full-time as a co-founder, Cody consulted with NCR on multiple next-generation bank software products.

Bret Levy

Technical Co-Founder

Bret is a computer scientist with over 30 years of in-depth development experience.  Bret spent over 15 years in software development with Scientific Games Corporation, focusing on state lottery software systems, and 4 years in Silicon Valley as co-founder of E-Lingo. Bret served as a member of the Ebay Technology Advisory Board from 1999-2001.

Keith Soranno

VP of Sales and Marketing

Keith has over 18 years of experience in the employee benefits and financial wellness industry and has held roles as Head of Sales and Marketing at Keas and Vice President of Sales at HelloWallet. While working with customers, Keith recognized the need for financial wellness solutions that go beyond education and guidance and were able to provide actionable results. Keith joined DoubleNet Pay as the VP of Sales to help employers and their employees maximize their financial outcomes.

John Jordan

VP of Customer Success

John brings 15+ years SaaS experience to DoubleNet Pay. His area of expertise is in the Customer Loyalty, Retention and Experience space. Prior to DoubleNet Pay John managed large global Service, Support and Success teams supporting such clients as Dell, Disney, HP, Apple Retail and Zappos. John recently joined DoubleNet Pay to manage our Customer Success Operations. With his background and previous experience he brings a wealth of expertise in helping DoubleNet Pay continue to create world-class customer centric products and services

Eric Ohlhausen


Eric is a financial executive with extensive international, corporate development and business development experience. Previously, Eric worked in the payments space as co-founder of Brightwell Payments, a pay card business with a host of internationally-recognized clients. He also served corporate clients as a commercial lender for Bank of America and studied/worked for several years throughout Europe and Asia. Eric has helped structure DoubleNet Pay’s finance and accounting departments, and he enjoys seeing the benefits that the company’s tools bring to employees of all income levels.

Molly Walker

Director of Product Management, Partner Experience

Molly Walker brings 15+ years of experience in Technology Systems Development, Project Management and Strategic Consulting to DoubleNet Pay. She was the Lead Product Manager for the development of three apps in 2015 and one in 2013. Earlier in her career, Molly drove enterprise-wide initiatives at UPS as Global CRM Manager and has held various consulting roles in Project Management and Systems Development in the non-profit and educational sectors. At DoubleNet Pay, Molly is focused on Project Management within the organization to lead successful execution and rollouts with our strategic partners.

Danny Baute

EVP of Infrastructure & Technical Operations

Danny brings 15+ years of experience in Technology, Customer Service, Systems Operations & Governance to DoubleNet Pay. Danny oversaw all things operational at Kabbage as the Head of IT Operations. This included strategy, implementation, and optimization of all key platform services. Danny sits on the Technology board the nonprofit organization Power My Learning. At DoubleNet Pay, Danny’s continue to focus on ensuring DoubleNet Pay services’ are available and performing optimally.

Board of Directors

Megan Gardner

Megan Gardner is a sought-after CEO adviser and board member for fast-growing technology businesses. A seasoned dealmaker, she is dedicated to helping CEOs navigate the challenges of rapid growth and to celebrate entrepreneurial victories. She founded Independent & Co in 2013 and the company’s portfolio now spans North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Her focus is on high-growth organizations, especially in the e-commerce, API/SaaS tools, and healthcare sectors. In just five years, her portfolio companies have successfully completed numerous rounds of fundraising and several transactions, including a sale to Oracle and a public listing on the ASX.

Known as a business innovator, Megan focuses on applying disruptive technology to new spaces and teams. As CEO and founder of Plum District, she raised venture capital funding from top-tier Silicon Valley investors, expanded the e-commerce company to two-dozen cities, and grew the online member base to more than one million people. Megan managed over 350 employees and contractors, worked with top retailers like Target, Gap, and Whole Foods, and created partnerships with Facebook, Google, and Disney. Under her leadership, the company was featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Bloomberg. Forbes also repeatedly listed Plum District as one of the top 100 websites for women.

Megan serves on a number of boards, including Crown & Caliber (chair) and DoubleNet Pay. In addition, she operates as an independent board member and adviser for Apiary, EverlyWell, and others. She is the chair of YPO’s Golden Gate chapter. In 2011, she was nominated by Fortune as one of the “Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs.” She regularly speaks at conferences, including The Wall Street Journal’s Women in the Economy, Comcast Ventures and Women at NBCU’s Women and Digital Symposium, and TechWomen.

Gardiner W. Garrard III

Gardiner is a co-founder and a Managing Partner of TTV. He has more than 17 years of venture capital experience. In 2000 Gardiner founded TTV with Tom Smith. Gardiner was one of the first venture investors to recognize the transformative impact technology would begin having on the constitution and delivery of financial services. He has not only served as an active director, but also has direct operating and leadership experience in financial technology. Gardiner was one of the first to identify advances in alternative lending, transaction processing security, mobile point of sale and the use of blockchain technology. Gardiner earned a B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.B.A. from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University.  While at Emory, he was awarded the Art Dietz faculty award for excellence in finance, was the Chairman of the honor council and was recognized in 2004 with the Goizueta Business School’s Outstanding Recent Alumni Award. He is a member of the advisory board at the Goizueta Business School and also at the Emory Eye Center. He is also a member of the University of North Carolina Working Group on Entrepreneurship. In the past, he was a member of the Economic Development Board of Georgia and the University of North Carolina Board of Visitors.

John Huntz

John is managing director of Huntz & Co., a private equity/venture investment and advisory firm. Additionally, he serves on the boards of directors of Manhattan Associates (NASDAQ: MANH), several privately held companies, and several non-profits. John is also the founder and chairman of the Southern Capital Forum, an organization dedicated to fostering closer professional relationships among the members of the Southeast private capital community through the exchange of information and ideas between private equity, venture capital, corporate and angel investors, and groups that provide products or services to the private capital community.

Brian Cosgray

Brian has spent his entire career in financial services. Previously, as a multi-unit franchisee of Aaron’s Inc. and a financial advisor with Merrill Lynch, Brian worked with customers and clients across the economic spectrum. From that experience he saw a true need to simplify and automate how people pay bills and save money. Building on that need, Brian founded DoubleNet Pay and created a cutting-edge bill paying and savings solution that takes the stress out of managing day-to-day finances.

Advisory Board

Brant Suddath

Brant Suddath, Senior Director – Compensation and HR Operations at The Home Depot. Prior to assuming his current role in Compensation and Payroll, Brant served as Director of Benefits at Home Depot where he was responsible for leading, developing, and implementing strategic direction of U.S. employee and executive benefits programs and initiatives that are aligned with company objectives. Mr. Suddath is a recognized guest speaker for numerous national benefit conferences and has been quoted in a number of publications, including Bloomberg Business Week,Pensions and Investments, Workforce, and Employee Benefit News. He is currently the Board president at the Covenant Christian School in Smyrna, Georgia. In the recent past he served as a Business Advisory Board Member at Bright Horizons, a member of the Aon Hewitt Benefits Delivery Client Council, and as a member of the Client Advisory Council for Financial Engines.

Jennifer Benz

Jennifer Benz is Founder and CEO of Benz Communications, a boutique consulting and marketing firm, headquartered in San Francisco. Nationally known for her employee benefits and communications expertise, Jen has testified twice about retirement education before the Department of Labor’s ERISA Advisory Council. Workforce magazine named her an industry “Game Changer,” and the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and the Profit Sharing Council of America, among other leading industry organizations, have also recognized her visionary work.

At Benz Communications, Jen leads a 27-member team that creates results-focused and data-driven benefits communication strategies and campaigns, including custom websites, videos, and print materials. Several Benz clients are Fortune 500 companies, with many ranked among Fortune magazine’s Top 100 Best Companies to Work For.

Dara Brenner

Dara has over 20 years of experience building and leading diverse Product Management teams. As the Chief Product Officer at gr8 People, she and the team are re-imagining talent acquisition by delivering the unfair advantage companies demand to compete for talent around the world.  Prior to gr8 People, Dara had leadership responsibility for a team of associates supporting the HCM portfolio of ADP’s National Accounts business unit.   She also built a product team from the ground up for ADP’s Innovation Lab. Her work in ADP’s Lab provided the opportunity to work in a start-up type environment which was viewed as the model for the deployment of the agile methodology throughout ADP.

Brigitte Madrian

Brigitte Madrian is the Aetna Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Management at the Harvard Kennedy School. Before coming to Harvard in 2006, she was on the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School (2003-2006), the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business (1995-2003) and the Harvard University Economics Department (1993-1995). She is also a research associate and co-director of the Household Finance working group at the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Dr. Madrian’s current research focuses on behavioral economics and household finance, with a particular focus on household saving and investment behavior.  Her work in this area has impacted the design of employer-sponsored savings plans in the U.S. and has influenced pension reform legislation both in the U.S. and abroad.