The sluggish economy, increased competition and shrinking funding from traditional sources has many companies on the edge.
Corporations and nonprofits need to rethink how they’re doing business. In order to differentiate themselves and remain relevant, they need to take bold, innovative steps and redesign business models that are lagging. Bring a fresh, entrepreneurial spirit to the boardroom. Reenergize their marketing and community engagement strategies. Reevaluate their operations to promote sustainability, improved effectiveness and accountability. They need to consider new partnerships and collaborations, broaden political support and develop new revenue streams.
This is where I come in.
I am an intellectually-engaged team leader with Overit Media that strives for excellence, takes risks, demands (and delivers) accountability and provides the support necessary for teams to keep innovating. My approach works to:
• embrace board direction
• build consensus
• inspire staff and volunteers
• foster an entrepreneurial spirit
• celebrate creativity
• grow revenue and market share
• streamline operations
The organizations I have led and consulted met these challenges head on before, during and after the recession. Their business models are stronger. Their operations, leaner. Financial controls, tighter. Marketing programs, smarter. Their customers, donor and memberships are larger with revenue streams that are more stable than ever before.
A lifelong resident of New York’s Capital Region, I enjoy spending free time with my bride, Kelly and two children, Chloe age 18 and Harris, age 16. We divide our time as a family on the shores of Cape Cod and the backyard skating rink. An avid triathlete, endurance cyclist and ultramarathon runner, I recently added the Adventurecorps 105-mile cycling race in Death Valley, the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon and the CanLake 50 ultramarathon to my athletic resume. Currently, I am training for the Ragnar Cape Cod Ultramarathon and actively pursuing my VFR private pilot license.