- Sales LabChief Operating Officer, present
- Explosive Growth, Abundant Cash Flow
Jack says technology is how we do things – not the things we do them with...those are just the tools. He develops new technology (the how) to get spectacular results for his clients using the latest tools (the things). In addition to working with clients to increase sales and improve operations, his assignments include strategic planning, acquisition assessment, fundraising strategy, executive mentoring, and general manager of a county club.
Jack’s experience as a CEO, Director, and Chairman includes the disposal of 3 organizations and leading 2 organizations that were the target for acquisition – mergers and acquisitions up close and personal. He initiated the establishment of an industry association and served on the FCC Post 9/11 Emergency Communications Task Force.
He blogs frequently about the evolutionary changes in business, leadership, and better communications.
Jack founded the Leadership Breakfast of Maryland, meeting monthly since 2008; led the National Captioning Institute – a $22 M organization – as President & CEO; had senior executive roles with Union Memorial Hospital, Towers Perrin, Watson-Wyatt, and PRC in entertainment, health care, & human resource consulting firms; and has hands-on experience in operations, human resources, finance, client development, designing benefit programs, and marketing/sales.
He was awarded a BS from The Smith School – University of Maryland and an MBA – Finance from Southeastern University.
- University of Maryland, College ParkBS - Smith School of Business
- Southeastern UniversityMBA - Finance
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