Officers & Directors

Officers & Directors

Executive Officers

Boyd E. Hoback
President & CEO, Good Times Restaurants Inc.
Manager, Bad Daddy’s International, LLC

Mr. Hoback has served as our President and Chief Executive Officer and as a member of our Board since December 1992 and has been in the restaurant business since the age of 16. Mr. Hoback has been a vital part of the development of the Company and has been involved in developing and managing all areas of the Company. Mr. Hoback is an honors graduate of the University of Colorado in Finance.

Mr. Hoback was selected to serve on our Board in light of his in-depth understanding of our business.

Ryan M. Zink
Chief Financial Officer, Good Times Restaurants Inc.
Board of Managers, Bad Daddy’s International, LLC
Ryan M. Zink has been Chief Financial Officer since July 2017. He was the Corporate Finance Director and Reporting Leader for INVISTA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc. from March 2017 to July 2017. From March 2014 to March 2017, Ryan was Operations Controller for INVISTA. From January 2000 to March 2014, he served in various capacities with F&H Acquisition Corp., parent of the Fox and Hound, and Champps restaurant brands, including Senior Vice President of Finance, and more recently as Chief Operating Officer for its Champps concept. Prior to his service with F&H, Ryan worked for KPMG, LLP. In December 2013, F&H Acquisition Corp. filed a petition seeking relief under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code.
Scott G. LeFever
Vice President of Operations, Good Times Restaurants Inc.
Chief Operating Officer, Good Times Drive Thru Inc.
Scott G. LeFever has been Vice President of Operations for the Good Times Drive Thru brand since August 1995, and has been involved in all phases of operations with direct responsibility for restaurant service performance, personnel, and cost controls.
Susan M. Knutson
Corporate Secretary and Controller, Good Times Restaurants Inc.
Susan M. Knutson has been Controller since 1993 with direct responsibility for overseeing the accounting department, maintaining cash controls, producing budgets, financials, and quarterly and annual reports required to be filed with the SEC and preparing all information for the annual audit.
Michael F. Maloney
Director of Operations, Bad Daddy’s International, LLC
Mr. Maloney has been the Director of Operations for the Bad Daddy’s brand since 2013, and has been involved in all phases of operations with direct responsibility for restaurant service performance, personnel, and cost controls. Mr. Maloney previously owned and operated I Ching Asian Café in Lexington, KY. Prior to I Ching Mr. Maloney served as the Senior Vice President of Operations for Paragon Steakhouse Restaurants, a full service steakhouse chain based in San Diego, from January 1999 until November 2001. Prior to this Mr. Maloney served in executive and operational positions with Lone Star Steakhouse and Saloon and Jimmy John's Gourmet Subs. Mr. Maloney has over 35 years’ experience in the restaurant business.

Board of Directors

Geoffrey R. Bailey
Chairman of the Board

Mr. Bailey is retired. Mr. Bailey previously served as a director of The Erie County Investment Co., which owns 99% of The Bailey Company, a position he held from 1979 to 2018. The Bailey Company was also previously a franchisee and joint venture partner of the Company and a former large, multi-unit franchisee of Arby’s. Mr. Bailey is a graduate of the University of Denver with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

Mr. Bailey was selected to serve on our Board in light of his substantial experience within the restaurant industry and his broad knowledge concerning corporate governance and management. Additionally, Mr. Bailey was originally elected to our Board pursuant to contractual board representation rights granted to The Bailey Company in connection with its investment in shares of our Series A Convertible Preferred Stock in 1996. Mr. Bailey has continued to serve on our Board pursuant to contractual board representation rights held by The Bailey Company and its affiliates (the “Bailey Group”) in connection with our Series B Convertible Preferred Stock financing in February 2005 and the subsequent modification of those contractual rights in connection with the closing of our initial investment transaction with Small Island Investments Limited in December 2010, whereby the Bailey Group is entitled to designate one individual for election to our Board.

Boyd E. Hoback

Mr. Hoback has served as our President and Chief Executive Officer and as a member of our Board since December 1992 and has been in the restaurant business since the age of 16. Mr. Hoback has been a vital part of the development of the Company and has been involved in developing and managing all areas of the Company. Mr. Hoback is an honors graduate of the University of Colorado in Finance.

Mr. Hoback was selected to serve on our Board in light of his in-depth understanding of our business.

Charles Jobson

In 1999, Mr. Jobson co-founded Delta Partners, LP, where he is the sole Portfolio Manager. Prior to launching Delta, Mr. Jobson was a Vice President and a member of an eight-person investment committee managing a $3.5 billion U.S. equity portfolio at Baring Asset Management, an international investment firm, from 1994 to 1998. From 1990-1994, Mr. Jobson was an equity analyst with State Street Research & Management, Inc. where his responsibilities included analysis of commodity and specialty chemicals, homebuilding, supermarkets/drug stores, and real estate investment trusts.

Mr. Jobson holds an undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and an MBA with a concentration in finance from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Mr. Jobson is a member of the CFA Institute and the Boston Securities Analysts Society.

Mr. Jobson was selected to serve on our Board in light of his substantial experience in financial and capital markets.

Jason S. Maceda

Mr. Maceda is Senior Vice President, Baskin-Robbins U.S. and Canada, responsible for all aspects of the business including operations, marketing and development. A twenty-year employee of Dunkin’ Brands (Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin Robbins), Mr. Maceda previously served as the Dunkin’ Brands’ Vice President of U.S. Financial Planning and Corporate Real Estate. Mr. Maceda has held several leadership positions in the Dunkin’ Brands Finance Department. Prior to Dunkin’ Brands, he held a supervisory position in the finance department of Davol Inc., a subsidiary of C.R. Bard Inc., a multi-national manufacturer of healthcare products. He began his career in public accounting with Ernst & Young. He also is the Treasurer and a Board member of the Joy in Childhood Foundation where the primary mission is to bring joy to sick and hungry children. He holds an undergraduate degree and MBA from the University of Rhode Island and is currently a CPA in the state of Massachusetts.

Mr. Maceda was selected to serve on our Board in light of his substantial experience within the food and beverage industry and his broad knowledge concerning finance and management.

Robert J. Stetson

Mr. Stetson is the CEO and Chairman of US Restaurant Properties, a privately-owned landlord of chain restaurant properties founded in 2009. From 1994-2005, he was a founder, director, and CEO (excluding 1999-2001) of U.S. Restaurant Properties Inc., a NYSE traded Real Estate Investment Trust. He has served on a number of restaurant company boards including Del Frisco’s, Capital Grille and Bugaboo Creek Steakhouses, and Shoney’s Inc. Additionally, he was President-Restaurant Division of Burger King Corporation and CFO and later CEO of Pearle Vision, the eyewear retailer. He has a BA from Harvard University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Mr. Stetson was selected to serve on our Board in light of his substantial experience within the restaurant industry and his broad knowledge concerning corporate governance, leadership and finance.