Over a highly successful twenty five year career Steve has worked across virtually every discipline of marketing including Brand Strategy, New Product Development, Consumer and Business to Business Marketing.
With a focus on working on brands in fast moving, rapidly changing categories including Compaq, BMW, AT&T, The North Face and eBay his expertise is understanding consumers unmet needs and translating those insights into successful new products and services that help drive new revenues and brand leadership. At eBay, Steve was part of a management team that built eBay Motors from $2 billion to over $5 billion dollars in sales over a four year period.
Over the last two years, after completing The Business Strategies for Environmental Sustainability Program at The Stanford Graduate School of Business, Steve has worked on a variety of assignments including: cradle-to-cradle green product development of a portable energy product for the developing world; corporate carbon footprinting engagements for one of the world’s largest e-commerce retailers and a large consumer magazine; a new recycling recycling initiative for the world’s largest beverage company; led development of a highly successful green marketing program for a large regional bank. He recently completed development of a comprehensive strategy for a large information technology geared to help consumers reduce waste during the printing of documents.
Steve earned his B.S. from The University of Texas at Austin and has completed Executive Management programs at Kellogg and Stanford Universities.