About our company

Malachi Gross

Malachi Gross, MBA is a business consultant, and personal wellness coach. He has a background in psychology and helping those with disabilities. Malachi brings a wealth of talent and experience to the table for his clients: Branding, Digital Marketing, Video production, as well as customer satisfaction improvement for the retail and manufacturing sectors.

As the leader of Malachi Group, he works with startups, local businesses, celebrities, and entrepreneurs. He is the founder of Interlinked Marketing, and is currently working in the fields of food security, integrative wellness, and local food systems.

Malachi Gross

Carlos Moreno

Carlos Moreno is a graphic designer, certified in Human Centered Design. Carlos has a Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership, focusing on Nonprofit Administration / Management. He is a 2014 Nextcity Vanguard and currently serves as the co-captain of Code for Tulsa, working to make local government work for the people, by the people, in the 21st century.

A serial entrepreneur, writer, and community activist, Carlos has been at the forefront of many of Tulsa’s innovative ideas and civic engagement movements including the formation of Tulsa Fablab, YP Tulsa, TulsaNow, Smart Growth Tulsa, and the Tulsey Awards.

Currently, Carlos is pursuing a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree, with a focus on civic technology. He also serves as an Advisory Board member for the City of Tulsa’s Office of Performance Strategy and Innovation.

Cody O’Dell

Cody O’Dell is a website designer and developer, with over 15 years of experience. Cody specializes in online retail (eCommerce), digital marketing, and subscription-based digital systems. He also works extensively with creating data-collection and reporting for transaction-based systems. This is critical for retail companies who need to make data-driven decisions in their markets.

Cody was the lead developer for one of the first subscription-based online content delivery platforms for the magazine industry, working for a national self-improvement publication. He is currently working heavily in the civic technology space: developing a digital currency and reporting system for the Double-Up Oklahoma program, as well as several other community-based apps and websites in the food security and criminal justice space.