I'm part marketer, and part software architect with a penchant for building great teams. Above all I'm thoroughly infected with the entrepreneurial virus.
I'm currently heading up the engineering team, content marketing team and a bit of biz dev for search marketing agency Ayima. I'm also founder of an invite only, beta startup HasReach.com, co-founder of VendorLytics, a hospital procurement management startup , and serving on the advisory board of a health and wellness startup Vital Plan.
Lastly, I'm quite the baby whisperer (thanks Dr. Karp).
February 2009 - Current
HasReach is a PR and content marketers dream. The product is currently in beta and invite only but will be opening up Spring 2015.
October 2013 - Current
Built a development team in Poland, architected a software product to bring new efficiency to IDNs, hospitals, and private clinics. Beta is shipping mid 2015.
April 2014 - Current
Discovered a niche B2B market with high barrier to entry, low competition and low unique product inventory required. Purchased a premium domain, contracted a site design that converts at an unusually high rate, built the platform on Magento, and ran a 7 month content marketing campaign netting 250 root linking domains. Seeking an equity partner with PPC skills.
April 2012 - Current
Providing online marketing, and technical advice to this fantastic startup producing quality, effective natural solutions to common medical problems. I use the products daily and can personally attest to their efficacy.
January 2014 - Current
I developed my first appetite for generating income from search engines right around the time Google was starting to make a name for itself in the valley. I remember seeing the billboards on the 101 south as I drove from San Francisco to my software development startup gig in Redwood City. Working from my Hayes Valley flat I began to make some significant income as an affiliate by optimizing for Alta Vista and Yahoo. In a matter of months that income became greater than my day job so I quit, moved to Raleigh, and setup an office. Since then I've built scores of web businesses. As is the case with all entrepreneur ventures most flop, but a few have been stellar. Some of the fun ones:
October 1999 - Current
Managed a software development team and prioritized tasks of application maintenance, feature requests, and partner integration for our e-learning platform startup.
April 2002 - July 2002
Coding features and bug fixes in Java.
January 2000 - April 2002
ASP developer for what was the biggest web consulting firm in the world.... till they collapsed in the dot com bust.
February 1999 - January 2000
Coding custom features per client in this full service ERP solution.
April 1998 - January 1999
Certified EIT by NC Board of Examiners for Engineers- Summer of 1997
Graduation: May 1997