MLTT Leadership

Flint Lane

Flint Lane

CEO & Founder

MLTT was founded by software entrepreneur and table tennis fanatic Flint Lane. Flint has played table tennis since he was a kid but really caught the bug when his wife Kathy surprised him with a birthday gift of table tennis lessons with three time Olympian David Zhuang. After losing 11-0, 11-0 (and it really wasn't even that close), Flint took up the sport seriously and is now solidly mediocre.

Flint is focused on helping at-risk youth including serving on the board of Boys and Girls Club of Collier County and as a volunteer Big Brother for almost two decades with Big Brothers Big Sisters.


Anthony Vigorito

Chief Financial Officer

Prior to joining MLTT, Anthony spent his entire thirty year career as a consultant and financial executive supporting high growth, fintech and SaaS companies backed by venture capital and private equity firms.

Beyond his professional life, Anthony splits his time between NJ and FL with his wife and three children and now follows the sports teams he funds with tuition payments, the University of Tennessee and University of Central Florida.


John Yapaola

Chief Growth Officer

In February 2023, during a casual dinner with longtime friend Flint at his Naples home, John discovered the next exhilarating chapter of his career—joining Major League Table Tennis (MLTT). Now, as the Chief Growth Officer at MLT (a title endearingly favored by Flint).

Before MLTT, John was a veteran of the startup world. As CEO, he helmed multiple companies specializing in a diverse range of fields: from intelligence gathering to digital marketing, and from wireless infrastructure to database design.

Who knew that John’s path to Major League Table Tennis would involve a stint as a beer pong enthusiast?


Max Thompson

Vice President, Marketing

Routinely knocked out in the first round of any table tennis tournament he’s ever been a part of, Max comes to MLTT with a great respect for the best athletes’ mastery of the game.

A childhood full of sports turned into a career in sports, from early days as a reporter and editor, to a decade now building up digital, marketing and ecommerce operations in the space.

As much fun as sports is, a life in it demands a passion project out of it. Max’s is partnering with non-profit organizations focused on conservation and protection of public lands.

Whether giving back to nature or building a new, exciting sports league — there’s just something about pushing a rock up a hill. The work is never really done, but you can’t beat the views.


Mimi Bosika

Vice President, Competition

As a young player who was born in Serbia, Mimi trained under her father Jon Bosika who famously coached Olympic medalist Ilia Lupulesku and the 1996 U.S. Olympic Team. After moving to the United States when she was 11, Mimi lived at the US Olympic Table Tennis Center in Michigan where she trained with players from all over the world. She also spent her summers as a teen training at the Romanian Olympic Training Center.

Mimi is a 2-time US Open Junior Champion and US Open Youth silver medalist. After completing her MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, she co-founded three wellness companies that focus on muscle health with her business partner and former table tennis champion Eric Owens.

In addition to working with MLTT, Mimi regularly organizes corporate table tennis events, state-level tournaments, clinics with her father and international trips for American players. Mimi also recently became a mom and is on a mission to prove that female athletes are built differently and believe they can do it all — have great careers and family life.

Ed Hogshead

Ed Hogshead

Vice President, Logistics

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