About

This blog is updated very irregularly. But if you’re here, I assume you want a brief bio:

I am the Founder of W2PY, Co-Founder to a forthcoming SaaS product (Vincere), advisor and former VP of Growth to Net Nanny/ Zift and a relatively new Angel investor (7x; check size 10 – 50k).

I’ve built and advised internet & software companies on growth for over 12 years.

Outside work I care deeply about disaster relief causes and have served as a volunteer through UMVIM, Team Rubicon, and as a Volunteer Firefighter.

Currently

Founder, W2PY
Co-Founder, Vincere

Advisor to:

Net Nanny (and Zift)
Board of Advisors, Affiliate Summit

Non-Professional

Volunteer Firefighter, Manheim Township Fire Rescue
Co-Chair for The Citadel Class of 2003
Co-Founder, Jiu Jitsu Junkie
Volunteer, Team Rubicon

Previously

    • VP Growth, Zift & Net Nanny
    • Advisor, CoSign
    • Chief Digital Officer, Journal Multimedia [acq by Gatehouse, renamed Bridgetower Media]
    • Advisor, GuideHire
    • Director of Marketing, NewYorkJobs.com
    • Director of Marketing, EngineerJobs.com
    • Founder, Lacuna Group [Digital Marketing Agency]

Education

BA, English from The Citadel, Military College of South Carolina

Professional Certifications

  • IAB Digital Media Sales
  • Google AdWords
  • Google Analytics

Non-Professional Certifications:

  • Firefighter 1 (NFPA 1001) [CT & PA Certified]
  • Haz-Mat Awareness [CT & PA Certified]
  • Haz-Mat Operational [CT & PA Certified]
  • Swift Water Rescue Tech [Dive Rescue International]
  • Early Response Teams (ERT) Team Leader [UMVIM]

Random Cocktail Party Fodder

  • I’ve been a Volunteer Firefighter for 2 departments (Washington CT VFD, Manheim Township Fire Rescue)
  • Studied Arabic @ the American University in Cairo (Cairo, Egypt)
  • Worked a few summers as a Commercial Salmon Fisherman (Bristol Bay, Alaska)
  • Led a Disaster Response team after Hurricane Katrina (Gulfport and Biloxi, MS)

 

“Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.” [United Methodist saying]