Round Room leads and invests in companies serving the wireless industry.
Founded in 1991, TCC is the leading Verizon Authorized Retailer in the United States, operating nearly 900 locations in 38 states from coast to coast. TCC’s nationally-recognized Culture of Good movement ensures that employees do good and give back in every community where stores are located.
Redux electronic drying services helps consumers feel their personal electronic devices and data are more protected against water damage. The service is available in more than 2100 locations nationwide and can recover smartphones, tablets, gaming devices, small laptops, wearables and hearables.
The Culture of Good is a culture solutions provider leading in culture change, employee engagement, and corporate social responsibility. Our extensive work provides our clients with a unique user experience that makes the workplace and world a better place.
Wireless Zone®, founded in 1988, is the nation’s largest wireless retail franchise system offering Verizon products and services. The Wireless Zone® franchise system ranks #1 in its franchise category and has been awarded Verizon’s “Best Customer Service” across multiple years.
Round Room began operations with TCC, the leading Verizon Authorized Retailer in the United States. Since moving the corporate headquarters to Carmel, Indiana in 2013, the company began to expand operations through strategic investments in Redux and developing solutions in complimentary areas. The establishment of Round Room Holdings, Inc. continues this evolution, driven by our guiding principle to serve our customers, employees, and communities.
Chief Executive Officer
Scott Moorehead is the CEO of Round Room and each of it's entities: TCC, Wireless Zone, Culture of Good, and Redux. These combined entities eclipsed $2 Billion in revenue in 2017 making Round Room one of the 5 largest privately held companies in the State of Indiana. He has been in this role since 2008. With nearly 20 years of experience in the company, Scott has held various positions of increasing accountability along the way.
Under Scott's direction as CEO, TCC has grown from annual revenues of $135 Million to One of the biggest damn small companies on the planet. TCC was named to the Inc. 500/5000 list of the nation's fastest growing private companies for four consecutive years. TCC has maintained a position in the rankings of the Hire Power Awards from Inc. Magazine as one of the country's top job creators. Scott has been placed on multiple 40 under 40 lists for high achievers and leadership in business. In 2018 Scott was recognized by Ernst & Young as entrepreneur of the Year.
Scott's involvement inside the philanthropic world revolves around several organizations. He co-founded The Moorehead Family Foundation, which has evolved into what is now called TCC Gives. To date, this philanthropic arm of TCC has given away over $2 million. He also founded The Culture of Good as the first certified Benefit Corporation (B-Corp) in the State of Indiana. He and his COG partner, Ryan McCarty, co-authored a book titled, 'Build A Culture of Good'. He has held multiple non-profit board of director positions donating both time and treasure to make the world a better place. Currently he is President of Friends of IU Health, a non-profit organization with a mission to raise money for adult life programs within the IU Hospital Network.
Scott is a recognized thought leader and subject matter expert in what it takes to create and develop purposeful for-profit organization that abides by the philosophy of doing well by doing good. He has recently begun speaking to many organizations across the country building the momentum to help eliminate extreme corporate greed.
Scott is a graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. He has a wife and two children. Scott and his family reside in Carmel, IN. Personally, confessing to be a "Yippy", which is a purebred cross between a Yuppy and a Hippy. Scott seeks out experiences that feed the spirit of both the worlds finer things as well as connecting with the Earth and ALL it's wonderful people!!
Chad Jensen became the president of TCC and Wireless Zone in January, 2019. Previous to his current position, Chad held roles of increasing accountability including running finance, supply chain, IT, and HR. Chad began working for TCC in 2009 as chief financial officer. Throughout his career, he has held various financial and consulting roles at Lincoln Financial Group, Accenture and PricewaterhouseCoopers, continuously progressing to more accountable roles within each organization at a rapid pace.
Chad has been recognized 2 times as CFO of the year by the Indiana Business Journal.
Chad serves on the board of the Indiana chapter of the American Red Cross and the regional advisory board and governing board for Make-A-Wish Foundation.
A graduate of Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, Chad earned a double major in accounting and finance. He and his wife Calhoun have been married for 16 years and have two children: Chayse, 14, and Kate, 11.
Chief Legal Officer
Katie Wiley was appointed Chief Strategy Officer for Round Room in January 2019. Katie began her career at Round Room as the legal counsel for TCC, after transitioning from private practice and a stint with Closure Systems International. In her time with TCC, she helped to build the in-house legal team from the ground up, eventually being named Chief Legal Officer for all of the Round Room companies. During Katie's time as the Chief Legal Officer, she was responsible for overseeing not only the Legal function, but also Human Resources, Compliance and Ethics, TCC's Real Estate, Maintenance, Construction and Facilities teams and mergers and acquisitions. Through each of these elements of her role, Katie has played a major part in the growth of Round Room, which is now a $2 billion-dollar company with over 2,300 employees across the nation and an expanding group of portfolio companies.
Not only is she dedicated to our business, Katie has been on the board of directors for The Children's TherAplay Foundation for over 11 years, serving on the Executive Committee for more than half of that time and having acted as Vice President and President. This organization performs physical and occupational therapy for children with special needs, using horses to perform the therapy. Further, over the past year, Katie has energetically supported the homeless community of Indianapolis. She developed a passion for this cause and has since created over 1000 "blessing bags" filled with necessities and hand delivered to those in need.
A graduate of Purdue University with a B.A. in Communications, with Highest Distinction, Katie earned her J.D. Law, Magna Cum Laude from Indiana University School of Law. Katie and her husband, Justin, live in Westfield with their two boys.
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