Dale Schwartz founded Pinstripes in 2006 and has served as Pinstripes’ Chief Executive Officer since inception and Chairperson of Pinstripes’ board of directors since inception. From 2000 until 2006 Mr. Schwartz was a co-founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy, Inc., a natural pharmacy retailer. From 1997 to 2000, Mr. Schwartz served as Chief Executive Officer of Infigen, Inc., a private biotechnology company developing its proprietary nuclear transfer/cloning and genomic technologies. From 1991 to 1996, he served as Chief Financial Officer of Ribozyme Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biotechnology company commercializing its Nobel prize-winning genetic engineering technology. From 1987 to 1990, Mr. Schwartz was a Principal with Odyssey Partners, L.P., a private limited partnership engaged in leveraged buyouts, venture capital and recapitalizations. From 1983 to 1985, he was an Analyst in Morgan Stanley’s Mergers & Acquisitions group, and from 1979 to 1988, he held the role of founder and President of D&J Sealcoating, Inc., an asphalt sealcoating company. Mr. Schwartz received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colgate University and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Harvard Business School.

Diane Aigotti served as Executive Vice President, Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer of Ryan Specialty Group, LLC, a global insurance services organization, from January 2010 to March 2021. Prior to joining Ryan Specialty Group, Ms. Aigotti served as Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer and Treasurer of Aon plc (f/k/a Aon Corp.) from 2000 to 2008. Earlier in her career, she served as the Vice President of Finance at The University of Chicago Hospitals and Health System from 1998 to 2000 and as Budget Director for the City of Chicago from 1995 to 1997. She also serves on the board of OneDigital Health and Benefits, Inc., which provides consulting and technology solutions to employers for their employees’ health and welfare benefits and also serves on the board and as Audit Committee Chair of GATX Corporation (NYSE: GATX), a global railcar lessor. Ms. Aigotti is qualified to serve on the Board because of her extensive financial expertise, including regarding capital markets transactions, financial reporting and internal controls as well as her substantial expertise in key areas such as financial planning and reporting, operations, risk management, treasury management, mergers and acquisitions, information technology, and tax regulatory compliance.

Daniel P. Goldberg has served as a Director on Pinstripes’ board since its inception. Dr. Goldberg is a retired board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon. Post-retirement, Dr. Goldberg has been involved in private investing, focusing on small, burgeoning medical and non-medical companies. Dr. Goldberg is the founder of the Hurlingham Clinic for Plastic Surgery in London, where he served as Director and Surgeon-in-Chief from 1998 until the clinic was sold in 2006. Prior to this role, Dr. Goldberg served as Assistant Professor of Surgery at Case Western Reserve University, staff surgeon at University Hospitals in Cleveland and Chief of Plastic Surgery at the Veterans Administration Hospital of Cleveland from 1995 to 1998. He also serves as an Adviser and a Director on the board of Landsdowne Labs since 2018. Dr. Goldberg is a Fellow of the American Board of Plastic Surgery and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Northwestern University, a Doctorate of Medicine from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School.

Jack Greenberg has served as a member of Pinstripes’ board of directors since 2008. Mr. Greenberg is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE: MCD), a publicly traded global food service retailer, having served as McDonald’s Chairman from May 1999 and its Chief Executive Officer from August 1998, in each case until his retirement in 2002, as well Vice Chairman from 1991 until 2006, President of McDonald’s USA from 1996 until 1998, and Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer from 1982 to 1996. Mr. Greenberg also previously served on the board of InnerWorkings, Inc., a publicly traded company that procured, managed and delivered printed products, from October 2005 until its acquisition in October 2020, including service as Chairman of the Board from June 2010 to April 2018 and from September 2018 until October 2020. Mr. Greenberg also previously served on the boards of IQVIA from 2016 until April 2019, Quintiles Corporation from 2002 to 2016, and held the role of Chairman in 2016, was Chairman of The Western Union Company from 2000 until his retirement in 2017, served as a Director of The Allstate Corporation and of Hasbro, Inc. from 2000 until 2015 and as a Director of Manpower, Inc. from 2003 until 2014. Before joining McDonald’s in 1982, Mr. Greenberg was a Partner and Director of Tax Services for both the Midwest Region and Chicago office of Arthur Young & Company, and served on the firm’s management committee. From 1996 until the present, Mr. Greenberg has served on the board of the Field Museum, a natural history museum in Chicago, IL. Mr. Greenberg also serves on the board of the Institute of International Education, a nonprofit organization that focuses on international education and exchange programs, and has held this role since 2003. He also has served as a Director on the board of trustees at De Paul University since 1978. From 2003 until 2013 he served on the Executive Committee of the Chicago Community Trust, a philanthropic organization that aims to address critical needs in the Chicago area.

Jerry Hyman has served as our Director since December 2023 and has served as Chairman of Banyan Acquisition Corporation since March 2021. Mr. Hyman is a foodservice industry veteran who serves as Vice Chairman of TriMark USA and previously served as Chairman of TriMark USA from 2020 to June 2022 and as Chief Executive Officer of TriMark USA from 2003 to January 2020. Mr. Hyman joined the business that became TriMark USA in 1981. In addition, from 2008 until January 2020, Mr. Hyman served as President and member of the board of directors of NexGen Procurement Corp., a unique industry buying group. My Hyman is also a Director of Delorios Foods. Mr. Hyman holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Cornell University. Mr. Hyman is qualified to serve on New Pinstripes’ board of directors because of his public company experience and experience as a food service industry executive, including 17 years as Chief Executive Officer of TriMark USA.

Larry Kadis has served as a member of Pinstripes’ board of directors since 2008. Mr. Kadis is also the Chief Executive Officer of Federal Equipment Company, a global leader in supplying, processing and packaging equipment to the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. Mr. Kadis has served on the boards of, and has held leadership positions at numerous non-profit organizations including: the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, and ORT America, a global education network, where he has served as its President from 2016 until 2020, and served on the Board of Directors of World ORT from 2014 until 2020. Mr. Kadis attended the University of Cincinnati and is an alumnus of the Wexner Heritage Program. Mr. Kadis is qualified to serve on New Pinstripes’ board of directors because of his executive leadership experience, board experience and substantive knowledge of the Pinstripes’ brand.

Yorgo Koutsogiorgas has served as a member of Pinstripes’ board of directors since 2008. Mr. Koutsogiorgas is the President and Chief Executive Officer of VPC Pizza Operating Corp., the parent company of Giordano’s, a national operator and franchisor of a pizza centric restaurant group with 65 restaurants in nine states. Mr. Koutsogiorgas was appointed President and CEO of VPC Pizza Operating Corp. in November 2011, when Victory Park Capital Advisors (VPC), a Chicago based private equity company, acquired Giordano’s. Previously, between 2005 and 2011, Mr. Koutsogiorgas served as President and COO of Go Roma, a fast casual restaurant group which he had co-founded and later sold to GESD Capital Partners, LLC, a San Francisco based private equity company. During the same time, he also served as President and COO of Austin Entertainment Center, LLC, a family entertainment company in the portfolio of companies controlled by GESD Capital Partners, LLC. From 1996 to 2005, Mr. Koutsogiorgas served in various executive positions, including Vice President of Operations and Chief People Officer for the Maggiano’s Little Italy, a restaurant group which is owned by Brinker International, a Dallas based, publicly owned corporation, also the owner Chili’s Grill and Bar. Between 1990 and 1996, Mr. Koutsogiorgas served in leadership positions at Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises (LEYE), a Chicago-based, privately owned multi concept restaurant group. He was instrumental in the development of two successful restaurant concepts, Papagus Greek Taverna, and Maggiano’s Little Italy. In April of 1994, Mr. Koutsogiorgas was appointed Managing Partner and Vice President of Operations by the Board of Directors of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises, and two years later, in 1996, when the company sold Maggiano’s Little Italy to Brinker International, Mr. Koutsogiorgas transitioned to a senior executive position with the new parent of Maggiano’s Little Italy. Mr. Koutsogiorgas holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Athens, in Greece. He continued his studies in Political Science and Public Administration at Southern Methodist University (SMU), in Dallas, Texas, where he graduated with a Master of Arts degree.