I enjoy planning and working with companies helping them develop strategy and tactics for new, profitable growth (anyone can grow unprofitably.)
Reading is also a top pastime for me, non fiction almost exclusively, as well as my continual quest to become proficient on guitar.
- California State University, FullertonMBA, BA Economics, BA Business Administration
- Millikan High School
- Stanford Junior High School
- Emerson Elementary
- Suzie's Dance School
- Signal Hill Pre School
- Coyote Insight, LLCCEO, present
- ChinaVu Inc.CEO
- The Verity GroupCEO
- Barcus Berry ElectronicsVP Sales and Marketing
- Pioneer ElectronicsSenior VP Marketing and Product Development
- Rockwell InternationalBusiness Development Analyst
- Ashley Economic ServicesEconomic Analyst
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