|American Heart Association, the worlds largest non-profit health organization|
|dedicated to building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.|
|Thomas Nelson Publishers, the world’s largest Christian and Family Values|
|books and media publisher established in 1792,|
|American Teachers; a financial marketing services and educational support|
|Stone Investments; a $600 million venture capital group specializing in data|
|management and B2B solutions,|
|SONY, Consumer Products and Wireless Technologies divisions from|
|government services to big box retail including Wal-Mart and Best Buy.|
|Transformed the American Heart Association’s International Emergency|
|Cardiovascular Care division from a loss maker into a producer of $5M+ in |
surplus in less than four years. Expanded sales from 40 countries to 140
countries and training centers from 70 to 300+. Established AHA’s first remote
employees and registered foreign branch offices in Belgium, Hong Kong, and
the UAE. Developed and launched AHA’s first mobile app—Pocket First Aid and
|Slashed fundraising division expenses by 35%+ while delivering higher margin|
|revenue growth than prior years during InterMedia Partners’ acquisition of |
Thomas Nelson Publishers . Facilitated sales growth, forecasting predictability,
and pipeline visibility. Boosted satisfaction and reduced refunds by 60%.
Developed and launched a sales website.
|Secured $700K+ in angel investment funding, while negotiating $250K+ in|
|previously incurred debt with stock trades, for American Teachers, Inc. |
Launched the exclusive Accredited Retirement Planners marketing program, to
allow site sponsorship at 16,000+ school district levels along with additional
services and product revenue streams. Forged strategic alliances with
retirement and insurance marketing companies. Fueled 250% growth in unique
|Developed the sales and marketing plan to launch Stone Investments’ Privacy|
|Council. Created and managed the most comprehensive multilingual Internet |
portal on privacy, which was featured in the Wall Street Journal’s “Watching the
Web” section in May 25, 2000. Created the world’s first university-based Chief
Privacy Officer training program. Delivered the Privacy Library, the first
comprehensive, Internet-based database of 700+ privacy laws.
|Earned numerous promotions and accolades at SONY Corporation of America.|
|Propelled sales revenue from $10M to $120M in less than 18 months with |
PrimeCo/Verizon. Built and motivated the Wireless division’s #1 sales team.
Produced $180M+ in CDMA wireless sales and spearheaded product launches
in 11 major markets for Sprint. Expanded consumer market share for Sony
8mm video projects from 0 to 60% in less than three years.
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