Member Since February 2022
The hallmarks of my career have been innovation, servant leadership and commitment to building teams and businesses. As a native of Seattle and Northwest Washington, I enjoy what my home has to offer: snowboarding, sailing and the great outdoors. While Seattle will always be home, my work has taken me around the world. My innovative nature, coupled with my infectious positivity help me take clients to ground-breaking solutions and through challenging obstacles. Whether it's starting up a new business unit within a large company or launching a boot strapped startup, I've got great experience doing just about everything involved in operating and growing a business. My approach to decision-making is hybrid intuition/analytical. Strong EQ and communication skills make me highly effective in interpersonal situations.
AI isn’t coming for our jobs. It’s coming for the mind-numbing tasks we wish we could get past to tackle more interesting, strategic work.
Again and again, maps have had a transformational impact on our world. It is happening once again.
Forging successful connections at trade shows requires a solid strategy for attracting and retaining the attention of prospects. Trade shows are an excellent opportunity for businesses to showcase their products and services and connect with potential clients. However, with so many companies competing for attention, it can be challenging to stand out from the crowd. To be successful at a trade show, businesses must find ways to attract and retain the interest of potential clients on the spot in real-time. This requires a combination of creativity, preparation, and a willingness to take risks. To that end, 15 Fast Company Executive Board members recommend some top strategies businesses can use to stand out from competitors during an annual trade show and leave a lasting impression on potential clients.
Dec 23, 2022
The utilities industry has a problem: the aging of its workforce.
Aug 3, 2022
In this article—the first in a series about the growing impact of location intelligence—I discuss the way location intelligence is helping solve previously unsolvable business challenges.
14 ways business leaders are improving their efforts to walk the talk. When was the last time your company's leadership took time to review its driven purpose as it relates to social responsibilities? If it's been a while, then chances are it may be time to expand on the organization's code of ethics—as your workforce continues to grow into a more diversified and inclusive space. Below, 14 Fast Company Executive Board members offer tips that will help managers maintain an open mind and evolve their mission to reflect the current climate and culture.
Locana, a location and mapping technology company, provides software products and services that solve the world’s most pressing business, climate, and social challenges. With more than 20 years of experience, Locana is a global leader in both enterprise geospatial solutions and innovative applications using proprietary and open-source mapping technologies. By taking a customer-centric, location-first approach, Locana builds, implements, and connects solutions clients in a wide range of markets, including utilities, government, clean energy, commercial, social benefit, and more. With headquarters in Denver, Colo., the company also has offices in Seattle and London. For further information, visit: www.locana.co or https://www.linkedin.com/company/locana-co/.