Hi, my name is Jon. I like to write, I enjoy speaking, but at heart, I am a conversationalist.
I am a husband, I am a father, I am an emerging "humanity" evangelist, I am a musician and I am a NY Mets fan (I know, right?). From an early age, I have always had a fascination with the evolutionary impact of technology and media on the human experience. Whether it be watching televisions with my father's ad-man commentary on commercials, or being the first kid in my school to play with mp3s, time shift video on an old tv tuner card, or hacking a Palm Pilot to play Seinfeld, emerging "humanity" has been a lifelong hobby. And one day, I hope to have emerged as a human, myself.
By day, I am the Director of Consumer Marketing with Champions Oncology, a leading personalized oncology solution. In this role I manage overall brand communications, as well as all aspects of consumer marketing. If you have any questions regarding Champions or our solutions, please feel free to be in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you!
MY ORIGINS STORY
Priot to joining Champions Oncology, I served as an emerging technology and human behavior specialist with Digitas. Beginning as an Emerging Channels Specialist, I led Fortune 500 brands through the shiny, distracting and occasionally brilliantly promising landscape that is emerging technology marketing. As a member of this team, I founded Digitas' social capability and participated in it's further development. Led Digitas Hotsheets perspectives series on emerging trends, developed and led agency social training and served as a founding member of the VivaKi Social team.
Client vertical experience includes the automotive, travel, healthcare, transportation, CPG, finance, consumer technology and enterprise IT, web marketing and fashion/lifestyle industries.
Areas of experience include: partner evaluation and management, social scope development and project management, social panel research, social performance metrics, primary and secondary social research, community development, community management, community management training, social branding, social mission statement design, social business design, social policy design and management, social service setup, training and optimization, global social architectural design and implementation, influencer identification, relations and management, integrated social communications, social content concepting, implementation, and optimization and social-mobile integration. And I like cheese. I know it's not relevant, but those were far too many business words in a row, and I would like to remind you that I am human. On that note, I'm not really a huge fan of cheese, but thanks for sticking with me on that one. I appreciate it.
2011 - Thirty Under 30 - Direct Marketing News
2008 - Personal Blog featured on AllTop.com Social Media
2005 - Lander College Marketing Association Citation for Outstanding Contribution
WHY I BLOG
In addition to enjoying long walks on the beach, good music and great food, I am a lifelong tech enthusiast with an eye towards the future as established by the synthesis of technology, societal and social trends, and the resulting consumer and community behavioral dynamic. I don't have all the answers. I have opinions and perspectives. And I hope you do too. Please feel free to join the conversation, whether it be in the comments, on your own blogs, on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Email, AIM or even at PTA meetings.
Thanks for reading! Looking forward to getting to know you real soon.
BLOGGER OUTREACH POLICY
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That said, I love reading new books, hearing fresh perspectives and playing with the latest technology. If you have a solution and would like to reach out, I look forward to hearing from you!
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