Member Since 2022
Brandon Rigoni, Ph.D., is a senior consultant for The Gallup Organization and has worked with clients in financial services, technology, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and hospitality industries including multiple Fortune 500 companies. Rigoni’s insights have been featured in over 100 research reports and articles and appeared in books, peer-reviewed academic journals and popular press publications including Forbes, Harvard Business Review, and ESPN The Magazine. He contributes to the Gallup Business Journal and is a member of the Gallup Speakers Bureau. Rigoni was formerly Director of Business Development at Spreetail, one of the fastest growing and most unique companies in eCommerce, and Vice President of Business Development at Lincoln Industries, the largest and most diverse metal finishing company in North America. He was selected to the Fast Company Executive Board and Forbes Business Development Council, serves on the First State Bank Nebraska Board of Directors, and is a University of Nebraska Center for Entrepreneurship Fellow. Rigoni founded the consulting firm Rigometrics, LLC. He served as an industry advisor for the venture capital firm Nebraska Global and developed Power Tracker Technologies, which spawned the companies EliteForm and Ocuvera. Rigoni also designed the Nebraska Athletic Performance Lab and contributed to multiple patented technologies as part of the University of Nebraska Football Coaching Staff responsible for performance research. He was Director of the Husker Power Strength Camp and President of the Husker Power Booster Club. Rigoni earned a bachelor’s, master’s, and a doctorate's degree in Neuroscience from the University of Nebraska. He achieved 1st Team Academic All-Big XII Honors, earned an athletic scholarship, was named Team Co-Most Valuable Player, and was elected team captain while playing for the University of Nebraska Football Team. He co-authored a grant to build a state-of-the-art salivary biosciences lab (UNL SBL) on the University of Nebraska Campus, served on the editorial board for multiple academic journals, and was a member of multiple professional organizations. Rigoni has supported the local community through involvement with Habitat For Humanity (Builder), Junior Achievement (Mentor), Leadership Lincoln (Coach), Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals (Visitor), Special Olympics (Ambassador), American Red Cross (Responder), United Way (Worker), City Impact (Volunteer), Matt Talbot (Server), Lincoln Public Schools (Speaker), the Nebraska Alumni Association and Husker Football Letterman’s Association.
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