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About Pyvott

We break barriers and authentically connect by being the online social destination — providing space to design your experience and amplify your voice.

Company Overview

Pyvott is a user-first social platform focusing on privacy, personalization, true content, and customized control in the hands of our users — allowing them to finally experience authentic connections online.

Born from the idea that social media should be different than the current status quo and placed back into the hands of the users, Josh Jackman started Pyvott in August of 2020 from his home. From there, Pyvott rapidly expanded into a company of 75+ people across 3 teams and has raised over $2.5 million dollars without venture capital prior to launching the premier Pyvott app in September of 2021.

Meet Our Team

Josh Jackman

CEO and Founder

When Josh Jackman was 15 years old, he was determined to do what he could to help support his single mother and four younger siblings. While a sophomore in high school, he participated in several sports, picked up a part-time job and simultaneously began working on an associate degree. With resolute persistence, he graduated high school with an associate degree setting himself on an accelerated career pathway. His drive and ambition landed him in the international packaging market where he currently manages a consumer-goods-based packaging portfolio of $12.5 million annually.

Josh has been instrumental as a consultant for both startups and established companies within the packaging industry, successfully advising management to 3x growth (on average) within various strategic sectors. His success was evidenced by him setting multiple company records for sales growth and total booked sales, eventually helping establish the company's accelerated sales strategy. This was the result of growing his sales clientele base to more than 1.5x the industry average in two years and subsequently to more than 3x. Ultimately, his revenue was a key component in the company's successful acquisition in 2020 for over $60 million.

At 25, with a decade of work experience and an entrepreneur at heart, Jackman is now the CEO and Founder of Pyvott, a new social media platform. It has garnered over 2.5 million in investments without using any venture capital. Pyvott, a disruptive new player among the familiar tech giants, recently launched and is now available on the App Store and Google Play.

Ashlin Nelson


Ashlin has been a part of Moxtek since 2012, a world leader in X-Ray Technology. She started as a Manufacturing Process Expert assisting the R&D team in creating new mineral analysis equipment and processes. From there she transitioned into an Account Management role managing the divisions top accounts, responsible for over $9.4 million in sales. Ashlin's skills, talents and passion quickly pushed her into a senior role as Human Resources Administrator and Payroll Specialist. Ashlin oversees and manages the HR and Payroll for over 250 employees. Managing the day-to-day responsibilities while focusing on employee relations strategies and organizational culture, Ashlin was vital in Moxtek's recent transition to a self-funded benefits plan. This resulted in over $250,000 in company savings. Ashlin's unique approach to HR has been key in reducing the company's budget with solutions-based ingenuity while raising overall employee morale and satisfaction.

James Hardwick


James started his business career with his first company at age 17. He taught wine and spirits to private individuals, made wine menus for restaurants, and brokered rare spirits to clients before he was even of age. From there he consulted in multiple businesses until planting himself into a product-based company. He led that company from ground zero to $30 million in yearly revenue, servicing 400+ stores nationwide and 167 employees in just three short years. After the success of this company, he found himself funding small businesses for those looking to change their futures. One start-up is a home and commercial automation company that now provides $1 million in yearly sales for a couple out of their own home. During this time period he also started a passion project centered around cars that transformed the car culture, introducing super, muscle, and tuner cars to cooperate in a single day event. It connected people from all over the nation by just the mutual love for cars as well as generating $150k a year in revenue. He now finds interest in helping small and mid-size companies reach their potential and start-ups to find their stride.

Clayton Ward


Clayton started his corporate career as an IT Documentation Specialist overseeing the IT infrastructure for the entire Utah State University campus, including remote sites. He led the department to over 3,500 unique installs of IT equipment and access points. From there, he found himself with Conservice, one of the fastest growing companies on the INC. 5000 for the last 13 years and running. 1 of only 12 companies to accomplish this feat. As one the Utilities Processing Experts, he achieved their six-month expectations of 99% accuracy in less than one month, pushing him into department leadership. He then found himself promoted to AP Manager, facilitating and managing over $40 million dollars in annual purchases. Clayton has achieved these career successes while completing his Accounting major, with a Human Resources Management minor at the esteemed Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University.

Cindy Lynn


Cindy brings over 25 years of customer service experience. She spent over 17 years with a legacy nutritional supplement and vitamin company that has been in business for over 50 years. Their diverse customer base included mass market, health and natural distributors, online retailers, direct to consumer and was sold in over 50 countries. As the Director of Customer Service she trained a team of customer service reps that managed orders in excess of $200M in annual sales. Cindy also handled all international and contract manufacturing orders that accounted for nearly 50% of monthly sales. As a member of the Senior Leadership team she managed special projects, from sourcing to logistics, to ensure the company had smooth product launches and met sales targets while exceeding customers expectations. Cindy played a critical role in the preparation and implementation of new ERP systems. Cindy then spent 2 years with a digital printing company. For 1.5 years she solely handled all flexible packaging revenue and contributed to the significant growth of the division by 200% during that time.

Nathan Jackman

VP of Customer Experience

Nathan is a rising young talent in Utah as a small business owner and key component of Pyvott.

He started his career as an Electrical Apprentice for one of the most esteemed master electricians in the region.

After serving a two-year religious mission, he returned to pursue his academic and business goals. Nathan is in his final semester at BYU where he'll graduate with his BA in Business Communications.

Nathan runs his own company as one of only a few servicing the premium auto detailing space in the area. He oversees five employees in five different locations including St. George and Las Vegas. Nathan has seen triple digit growth year over year in his first two years of operation.

Nathan has been a key player for Pyvott as a liaison between the small business world and the social media world. He's been involved with Pyvott since day one and has consistently brought key insights and detail to the development process.

Zack Turnidge


Zack specializes in building strategic relationships and connecting people to projects and other like-minded people. He's helped build dozens of businesses that have cumulatively done over $12 million in revenue. Zack started his career at one of the largest home security companies in the USA. He ended up being the top salesman in the USA with the highest upgrade sales yield in the nation. Zack repeated this for two years. After an industry shift, he saw large success by receiving personal mentorship from John Paul Dejoria and Winn Claybaugh, the founders of the Paul Mitchell School. He quickly grew his own salon from $0 to $300,000 in nine months before selling as one of the fastest growing salons in Provo, Utah. Zack was then approached to turn a race team profitable. Managing a team of up to 45 employees, he built the team to a value in excess of $7.5 million and won a racing championship. From there, Zack went on to create his most recent company focusing on men's grooming and apparel. As the creator, he built this company to a current value of roughly $500,000. Zack sold the majority of his shares in that company just recently to focus completely on the Pyvott project by leveraging his connections and business experience.

Mikaela Jackman

Executive Assistant to CEO

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