I’ve been an entrepreneur since I was born. When I was in fourth grade we had a yearly magazine drive at school, whoever sold the most magazines got to be principal for a day. I wanted to win but the problem was that I was competing against four hundred other students. I determined that since a Forbes magazine subscription was the most expensive–selling Forbes would be my sole focus. Who reads Forbes? Wealthy people. So I went to the wealthiest neighborhoods in town and strictly sold there to increase the probability of selling more and winning. Turns out rich people read Forbes and I’m a terrible principal.
I have worn many different hats in my career– founder, fundraiser, pitchman, financial modeler, ideation, business development, salesman, and product marketer to name a few. As a result I can navigate complex challenges, and possess a unique ability to manage incredibly complex projects efficiently.
I’d love to connect with you about tech startups, fundraising, or anything else.