Brad oversees the company’s operations, and as a member of the executive team, provides financial, legal and strategic leadership.
Prior to Mad*Pow, Brad served as vice president of marketing at Exavera Technologies, building their to-market strategy and overseeing all areas of their communications programs.
Additionally, Brad was the vice president of Strategic Development at MicroArts, a subsidiary of London-based Cordiant Communications. There, he helped clients such as Tyco Telecommunications identify market opportunities and build strategic communications programs.
Brad graduated from Hamilton College and holds his MBA from Babson College’s F.W. Olin School of Business.
As a result of his lifelong pursuit of sound recording, Brad once engineered a session for beloved southern rockers, Molly Hatchet.
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