Ryan McKnight is a Las Vegas-based accountant who played an instrumental role in making the Mormon policy, forbidding children of LGBTQ parents from being baptized, public. He quickly became the de facto middle man between anonymous sources and the public on nearly all things related to Mormonism. In October 2016, Ryan released 15 videos of top Mormon officials, in private meetings, exposing Senator Gordon Smith's (R-OR) loyalty to the Mormon Church. In December of that year, he launched MormonLeaks.io. He is a former agent with the Nevada Gaming Control Board and holds a Master's degree in accounting from University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Ethan Gregory Dodge started his career as a cyber-security engineer in Silicon Valley. His understanding of security naturally flowered into a deep passion for privacy and he slowly found himself following journalists promoting transparency within the United States government. A Secular Mormon, Ethan left the Mormon Church in 2016 and was a founding member of the MormonLeaks.io team that same year. A year later, he and Ryan McKnight co-founded the TTF. He holds a bachelor's degree in Information Technology from Utah Valley University and enjoys learning and writing about where his interests of technology, security, privacy, and religion intersect.