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).
Built my ultimate dream data cave and back at it mining the web for gems.
August 2016 - Current
Sales- Responsible for generating seven figures of revenue within the first year of launching the US office.
VP of Engineering - Built and manage a remote team of talented developers in Poland. Built and maintain large proprietary SEO analysis and prospecting/outreach applications and systems used daily by over 100 staff.
Link Building Team - Built and manage a team of over 20 content marketers and copywriters in our Raleigh, NC office.
January 2009 - August 2016
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
Architected a software product to bring new efficiency to IDNs, hospitals, and private clinics. Beta has launched.
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