My role as Executive Vice President of Corporate Development is one that you don’t find at many private companies. Since joining RedVector in 2010, I’ve been responsible for identifying, valuing, structuring, negotiating and conducting due diligence on and managing the integration of acquisitions. This includes driving the development of the corporate strategy and identifying which vertical markets we will choose to participate in.
Prior to joining RedVector, I was head of Corporate Development and Financial Planning and Analysis at Tech Data Corporation, the second largest IT distributor in the world. I was responsible for identifying, structuring and negotiating M&A transactions, as well as leading the team that consolidated Tech Data’s worldwide strategic plan and financial forecast. Previously, I spent seven years at Intuit Inc., the developers of Quicken, QuickBooks and TurboTax software. As Director of Corporate Development, I executed approximately 20 M&A transactions totaling nearly $1 billion.
Before that, I held a number of senior positions with General Electric, the most recent of which was Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at GE’s Long Term Care Insurance division. I spent 11 years in the Washington, DC area, where I earned a Master of Business Administration in Finance and Investments and a Bachelor of Business Administration from The George Washington University.
I grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and after living in Washington, DC and the San Francisco Bay area, I was offered the opportunity to move back to Florida in 2005. I now live in Tampa, just minutes from the office. I enjoy reading fiction, watching independent film, fitness, boating, biking, water-skiing, and traveling.