Scott Voigt is responsible for managing a team of professionals that defines and promotes the company's growing suite of product offerings. He guides Silverpop and its client base in the implementation of products that integrate Web analytics, targeted email marketing, social networking, new RSS technologies and other advanced solutions to maximize online relationships.
Prior to Silverpop, Voigt served as COO at Innuvo LLC, a developer of Web 2.0 development tools. He also was a member of Noro-Moseley Partners, the Southeast's oldest and largest venture capital firm, where he evaluated investment opportunities and helped portfolio companies define their strategic product direction. Voigt has also served in sales and strategic marketing roles at nFront, a pioneer of Internet banking solutions.
Voigt holds a Bachelor of Science in management from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration in entrepreneurship and finance from the Wharton School.
Mark's primary areas of emphasis at NeuStar are brand stewardship, market analysis, market research, creative services and web services. The Marketing Services department he oversees supports all NeuStar service lines and business areas.
Prior to joining NeuStar, Mark most recently served as chief marketing officer at kajeet, Inc., where he led the company's transition to a direct-to-consumer e-commerce business. Earlier, he was a senior vice president at AOL LLC, where he was responsible for online and offline direct response channels. Mark's background also includes deep experience in fundraising and publishing with the World Wildlife Fund and the Malmo, Sweden-based International Masters Publishers.
Mark holds an MBA from the Pace University Lubin Graduate School of Business and a bachelor's degree in business administration cum laude from Utica College. He serves as a Vice Chairperson of Utica College's Board of Trustees, a member of the executive committee of the Board, and Chairperson of the marketing and innovation committee.
Mark Meudt is vice president, communications and marketing for General Dynamics Information Technology, the $4.5 billion IT services arm of General Dynamics. His responsibilities include marketing and branding campaigns, public relations, government affairs, and employee communications activities. Mr. Meudt has more than 20 years experience as an accomplished marketing and communications executive in the U.S. federal, state and local government and commercial information technology and telecommunications marketplace. Before joining General Dynamics, Mr. Meudt directed the marketing and communications functions for the IT sectors of both Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin and Alcatel's U.S. Government Solutions group. Mr. Meudt, is also an award winning journalist, and earned his master's degree from the American University and his bachelor's from the University of Maryland.
Sherryl Dorch is Vice President of Marketing for Trusted Computer Solutions (TCS), a leading provider of security solutions for commercial and government organizations. In this role, Sherryl applies over 30 years of technology industry marketing experience in developing and implementing strategies to support the Company's mission of providing high-quality security solutions to public sector and commercial organizations.
In her current role at TCS, Sherryl successfully helped to create, launch and now manages the company's first commercial security business unit. Subsequently, she was instrumental in the launch of the company's first commercial security solution and played an integral role in TCS' first acquisition, and integration of the acquired software, into the company's commercial portfolio. Sherryl's extensive track record of successfully implementing marketing strategies for a number of technology companies in both the public sector and commercial markets, has led to greater awareness of the TCS brand and its products amongst key audiences.
Prior to joining TCS, Sherryl held senior-level marketing management positions with Oracle, Informix Software, Inc., Genesys Telecommunications Labs, Inc., Trimble Mobile Solutions, Inc. and Informatica Corporation. Early in her career she spent time as a programmer analyst as well as a sales engineer.
Sherryl is active in the technology industry community as a member of the Technology Marketing Association and Women in Technology, as well as serving on the Fundraising Board of Five Talents International. She holds a Bachelor's of Business Administration with a major in Marketing, from the University of Georgia.
Lisa founded LeapFrog Solutions, Inc. in 1996 - a strategic marketing communications firm that has become one of the most highly-respected agencies in the Washington Metropolitan Region. Her approach: assist clients by integrating traditional marketing methods with emerging technologies in order to make their message matter. Her ongoing success stems from more than 20 years of professional marketing and project management experience in both the private and public sectors. LeapFrog Solutions' growing client base includes technology, healthcare, finance, professional services and local, state and federal government.
Lisa is the driving force behind a seasoned staff that produces award-winning promotional, recruitment and educational outreach campaigns in both print and interactive media. LeapFrog Solutions continues to receive industry recognition for strategy and creative efforts under her strong leadership skills and was named one of the Top US Agency Brands by Adverting Age and continues to be recognized as one of the top 10 Graphic Design Firms by the Washington Business Journal.
Dedicated to giving back to the community, Lisa has served on the board of directors for Leadership Fairfax and Volunteer Fairfax where she was a past president. She is also an ICAN advisor to the Women's Center and a mentor for the Emerging Leaders Institute. Her team is also committed to the community, and LFS has been listed as one of the top 10 small business philanthropists by the Washington Business Journal for the past 7 years. Recognizing the need to be involved, Lisa represents LeapFrog Solutions on the board of directors of the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce (FCCC), and the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) where she also serves on the executive committee. She is also active in the Association for Corporate Growth and Vistage.
Lisa earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from the University of Arizona and an MBA from George Washington University and is also a graduate of the MindShare program and Leadership Fairfax. She resides in Northern Virginia with her husband, Jean-Paul, and their two daughters, Charlotte and Dominique.