I work with companies to solve difficult operations, product, and sales/marketing problems. Previously, I've helped companies create new products and revenue streams, optimized their sales ops, and increased customer satisfaction through user-experience design. I've also handled corporate rebrandings, created revenue-generating advertising campaigns, and trained teams in UX, Design, Content Marketing, and Communications principles.
Currently, I'm working with KWIAT and Fred Leighton Jewelers as their Director of Digital Marketing. I also write about business patterns at BrieflyBusiness.com.
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Director of Marketing, 2016-current
XSUNT Corporation is a private IT services company that does data integration and visualization for healthcare-related organizations. When I joined, they were having a difficulty in automating services into scalable products, and weren't closing sales deals as a result.
As Marketing Director, I focused on simplifying core messaging and expanding market focus; empowering the sales teams with new processes and support materials; and introducing user-experience design to their product portfolio.
Product Marketing, Management, 2014-16
MediSolutions is a private company that builds products for HCPs and sells targeted advertising. Faced with a shrinking market share for both sides of the business, they were creating a new product every week to reestablish their foothold.
During my tenure there, I redesigned their marketing ecosystem for acquiring new sales leads and new users, consolidated the product portfolio, repositioned the company's efforts towards emerging healthcare markets, and focused on improving product management through user-experience design, lean development, content marketing, and optimized customer support.
Freelance Client, 2014
Led by Dr. Tim Vartanian, the Lab focuses on new research in the causes and effects of multiple sclerosis. Despite their brilliant research and work with patients, they were finding it difficult to communicate with the public about their work.
I worked with the lab to create something that would maximize their impact with the least effort and cost on their part. The result was a website with bold imagery and a growing library of information about MS, designed to be accessible to both public and academic audiences.
Anti-Defamation League, 2013
Worked together to QA and launch the "ADL Global 100" microsite and the "Hate on Display" database.
MIT CogNet, 2012
Worked together to taxonomize, QA, and launch the MIT CogNet, a digital cognitive sciences library.
Council on Foreign Relations, 2012
Worked with the editorial team on new research, articles, and publishing.
First Niagara Bank, 2011
Blueprinted a community microfunding partnership to address underserved banking demographics.
NYC Health, 2011
Worked with the Dept. of Health to blueprint a park-based service solution to childhood obesity in Bushwick.
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A lot of the work I do is private and held behind NDAs... which means there are only so many projects I show in public. But for every project that gets a big announcement and is published online, there are five that never make it to the light of day. These projects are just as interesting (if not moreso) and have positive internal-facing results. I mean, just the other day I was working with Redacted company on a project that involved something I can't really talk about due to the aforementioned NDAs. But in the end, we saw an internal result happen, and why are you trying to read this anyway?? Cut it out!. Really fantastic stuff!
All that said, if you'd like to follow my work, I do keep a small mailing list called "Private Projects". Email me if you want to sign up, if you want to get in touch, or if you want to work together.
January 27, 2017