I am a results-oriented sales and marketing professional with extensive experience in account and customer relationship management, the development of global business market strategies and operations, the creation and management of new sales initiatives, as well as REvenue growth.  

I began my career in New York City as a Client Service Manager at an ad-tech startup.  After it was acquired by Apple Inc. in 2009, a new division of the company devoted exclusively to mobile advertising was established, where I helped build out this new business and became one of Apple’s youngest managers.

During my nearly seven years with Apple, I was part of the team that launched their first self-service ad platform, monetized Apple’s first music streaming service, iTunes Radio, and helped launch a mid-market advertising sales team—  winning several awards for revenue achievements. 

The more recent phase of my career has been spent learning everything I can about technology start ups. I held the position of Chief Revenue Officer of a cloud-based software start-up, leading monetization efforts, driving growth by developing new sales initiatives, as well as managing 3rd party partners and negotiating reseller partnerships. I consulted for an AI start up focused on messaging and task bots for customer service and how to best target future customers. I also ran North American operations for a travel start up, dealing with just about everything. Currently I run sales and operations for a mobile payment and rewards application. Wearing many hats and working at companies in all different industries and stages of growth has provided me with a lot of valuable knowledge. 

Helping others is what I do best. Outside of the office I am member of many philanthropical and mentor organizations. However, I consider my greatest achievement to date to be my trek to the basecamp of Mount Everest, where physical and mental toughness were put the test at every step of the way.

You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.
— Richard Branson