- Alan See CMO Temps, LLCPrincipal and Chief Marketing Officer, presentChief Marketing Officer
Alan See is a senior executive with the rare ability to speak Social Media Marketing and Sales 101 in the same sentence. He is also recognized as a most influential Chief Marketing Officer by Forbes, Social Media Marketing Magazine and CEOWorld Magazine, as well as a Top 1% Influencer by Kred. This means his grown children still wonder "what does dad really do all day at work?" He has also served as an associate faculty member at the University of Phoenix where he loved to teach, but hated to grade papers! Alan is an active blogger and frequent presenter on topics that help organizations develop marketing strategies and sales initiatives to power profitable growth. He has performed for and interacts with some of the world’s most respected brands including; IBM, Cap Gemini, Teradata, SAS Institute, NCR Corporation and AT&T. But wait, there's more! He also has experience with startups and SMB's with names not found on the international stage including; DocuStar, the Dayton Sharks, MindLeaders and Seapine Software. Alan holds BBA and MBA degrees from Abilene Christian University.
- Abilene Christian UniversityMBA, 1986
- Abilene Christian UniversityBBA, 1981
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