VP TECHNICAL MARKETING
Dale has been involved in business for over 35 years. He started out with Procter & Gamble in 1980 and moved through the corporate ranks to management in the food & beverage division. He worked with such household name brands including Jif, Crisco, Folgers, Duncan Hines Pringles, Sunny Delight and more. He was involved in many new product launches and promotional firsts. He was featured twice in the company magazine regarding Jif product marketing.
In 1992, he joined a direct sales firm and quickly developed a successful business structure, recruiting 450 dual licensed reps. His team opened offices in 13 different states. In addition to many awards, he received the coveted $100,000 ring with double diamonds.
In 2003, he created a software marketing system for sales teams for products including Isagenix, Herbalife, Zeek Rewards, Mona Vie among many others. He has been an integral member of the Blaine Williams team since 2012 as the Tech Director for the Master Mentor Network and has developed new systems at direction of Blaine Williams for in-house support of the Marketing vision.
On a personal note, Dale and wife Annette have one daughter and 3 grandchildren.
VP WEB DESIGN
Deb has been involved in web development and management for over 20 years, through marketing, communications and technology consulting. She is an accomplished continuing educator, working with adults – teaching technology applications for over 15 years at a corporate and college level. She has worked extensively in both the PC and Macintosh environments since the late 1980’s.
She spent 18 years in Olympic sports management working with the United States Gymnastics Federation (now USA Gymnastics), the US Olympic Committee’s National events division, and the St. Louis and Palm Beach County Sport Commissions. In 1998, she established Zenith Associates, a marketing and technology consulting company to focus on assisting clients with “de-mystifying” technology for practical application and developing the promotional and educational tools needed to meet their goals and expectations.
She specializes in small business, non-profit organization and association consulting. She has published over 40 articles in books, magazines and newspapers and presented locally and nationally on a variety of topics related to computer technologies.
On a professional note, she has served on the National Association for Women in Communications (AWC) Board of Directors and is a board advisor for the Matrix Foundation. She presently resides in Arizona.