Founders

Daniel Yeh

Daniel is primarily responsible for business development, investor relations, and strategic vision. He has been swimming competitively since the age of 7 at Swim Atlanta, Dynamo, and eventually Georgia Tech. Always pushing himself inside and outside the pool and seeking a performance edge, he became curious about the role supplements played and set out to educate himself. Along the way he stumbled onto the teachings of experts like Alan Aragon and Eric Helms. Eyes opened. What started as scratching his own itch and mixing supplements in bulk resulted in co-founding Citadel Nutrition. 

 

In addition to starting Citadel Nutrition he is a founding partner at the CN Training Center, a training facility for top level athletes and powerlifters, and co-founder of FitGenie, an artificial intelligence solution to dieting and nutrition developed in conjunction with the Georgia Tech Venture Lab. He is also a partner at Super Heavy Ventures, a venture capital company with an emphasis on companies in the fitness and health sector. 

Earned a B.S. and M.S. from Georgia Tech. Go Jackets.

 


 

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John McMahan

At Citadel Nutrition, John is primarily responsible for financial and operations management. He has always been interested in strength training and maintains a focus on overall health, as well as reading and learning more about nutrition and supplements. He understands that training and nutrition are the cornerstones of reaching performance goals, but believes supplements can help. As a result he decided to co-found Citadel Nutrition.

In addition to starting Citadel Nutrition, he is also a founding partner at the CN Training Center. John is married with two boys and a member of Blueprint Church in Atlanta, GA. 

Earned a B.S. from the University of Tennessee and M.S. from Georgia Tech. Go Vols.