Sales Leadership Team
Director of Sales West
Preston comes from a big family: He has five sisters and one brother. His mother (from Colombia) was from a family of 13 kids.
Director of Sales East
Keith has walked in his cowboy boots on four of the seven continents.
Sales Account Managers
Julian has strange musical talents: He yodels and play a mean baroque recorder
Katie loves to forage for wild mushrooms and other wild foods and herbs.
I am a proud Florida native, born and raised in the "Sunshine State". My wife and I love traveling and visit a new destination every year. My family often refers to me as an "Old Soul" as I love classic rock music.
Coverage:California and Texas
Jan was born in Hungary and when he was eleven years old he watched the film “Rocky" over and over again. Even though he couldn't understand a word of it, the story inspired him so much that he decided he wanted to live in the US. Jan ‘only’ had to wait fourteen years for the dream to come true.
Coverage:Pacific Northwest and Mountain States
Kim is passionate about skiing. Every winter she purchases season passes to three different ski resorts and lives five minutes away from the closest one.
Early in his career, Jonah was a field biologist in Yosemite where he learned to identify over 100 species of bird by sound alone.
Genevieve is a classically trained flutist.
Aaron rode bulls for seven years (college and professional), was an Explore Scouts leader for 20 years, and he enjoys Jeet Kune Do.
I love jelly beans, sand between my toes and old school R&B. I try to make all three happen simultaneously every summer down at the jersey shores (not the tv show).
Gilbert taught chess at a Title I school for many years and, in his first year, his students took him to the state championship.
David played in the World Series of Poker and was featured on ESPN in 2007. He has also seen every Seinfeld episode.
Coverage:Distributors and Hawaii
As a volunteer firefighter, Scott taught Stop, Drop, and Roll classes at local schools. A week after one of his presentations, one of the 3rd-graders fell into a bonfire. She remembered what she learned and, even though she suffered 2nd-degree burns, it could have been much worse.