BS, Criminal Justice & Communications
1989 – 1994
Northeastern, a co-op school based in Boston, MA provided me with a great education and the chance to accelerate my career. During the five-year program I studied Criminal Justice and minored in Business Communications. As part of the co-op program, I was able to work with a Boston Law Firm, a NYC Medical Advertising Agency, AT&T, Johnson & Johnson Medical and General Electric. GE Lighting hired me before graduation.
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St. Joseph's High School
1985 – 1989
Anderson Publishing, Ltd.
June 2001 – Present (10 years 2 months)
As Associate Publisher of Applied Radiology, I work with our editorial staff to ensure that we produce a quality publication each month. The publication is directed to physicians, and in particular, a community of 24,000+ US-based radiologists. In addition to the development of the journal each month we also develop customized educational and marketing programs on behalf of healthcare companies attempting to reach this audience and others within the healthcare arena.
Sr. Account Executive
Public Company; 1001-5000 employees; RUK; Publishing industry
1998 – 2001 (3 years)
I joined Elsevier Science, the STM publishing division of Reed Elsevier as a Sr. Account Executive responsible for managing the subscription sales of their publications to educational institutions and companies in the Mid-Atlantic States. I was later promoted to managing the US Pharma & Bio Tech Market exclusively. Simultaneously, Elsevier Science introduced a new electronic (online) publishing platform called ScienceDirect. ScienceDirect changed the way government agenices, companies and educational institutions were able to access information from thousands journals under the Elsevier brand . I focused my efforts on introducing and licensing ScienceDirect to all the major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in the US.
Sr. Account Executive
Public Company; 501-1000 employees; Telecommunications industry
1997 – 1998 (1 year)
I was an early hire in the development of a new sales team for the NY Metro Market for a start-up mobile communications company that was introducing a new global communications network to the US market. Today Omnipoint is T-Mobile, who utilize the same technology, Global Systems for Mobile Communications (GSM). In this position, I was responsible for introducing and selling the product to CIO's and Information Manager's of NYC (Financial District) banking and investement companies.
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; GE; Utilities industry
1994 – 1997 (3 years)
Hired upon completion of a six-month internship during my last year of university. I was directly responsible for a $20M territory, (NH,VT, ME) which included the management of 25+ individual and multi-location electrical distributers who carried the GE Lighting brand on consignment. Specific activities included uncovering new end users for GE Lighing Products, introduction of new products and technology to distributors, which included training their sales people and assisting them in selling the product to their customer base.
Associate Product Manager
Johnson & Johnson Medical
Public Company; 1001-5000 employees; JNJ; Pharmaceuticals industry
January 1992 – September 1992 (9 months)
During a leave from University I accepted a 9-month internship with J&J Medical in Ascot, England, where as an Associate Product Manager, I assisted with the day-to-day management of wound care products. Additionally, I was lucky enough to particpate in the launch of a new product from inception to market. This position provided me with an introduction to brand management, product development, R&D, packaging design, distribution, public relations, product launch and much more.