Over the course of more than 15 years of work in the corporate e-commerce industry, Joshua Stevens has distinguished himself for his exemplary leadership abilities and intuitive grasp of the diverse and complex array of tasks associated with product marketing, product management, and corporate strategy and development. In his current position as Vice President of e-Commerce for the online file sharing and transfer company, YouSendIt, Inc., Joshua Stevens oversees the day-to-day operations of a team of highly skilled professionals who are responsible for driving demand and growing consumer and enterprise distribution via e-commerce channels, direct-response media, and lead-generation programs for enterprise sales. Prior to joining YouSendIt in 2009, Stevens accumulated extensive marketing and leadership experience as an employee of some of the most successful public and private firms in the e-commerce industry. Following a two-year stint in the corporate finance industry with Chase Manhattan Bank (now JPMorgan Chase & Co.), Joshua Stevens was hired by AOL Inc. in 1997 as the General Manager of its e-commerce division, where he oversaw the management and marketing of content for the company’s mobile media and classifieds. Joshua Stevens earned a well-deserved reputation as a dedicated and effective manager during his 10 years with AOL as the company’s e-commerce division sustained record levels of year-to-year topline growth acceleration under his leadership. Following his tenure with AOL, Stevens was hired in 2008 by TicketsNow, currently a wholly owned subsidiary of Ticketmaster, as Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Business Development, where he was responsible for the company’s numerous distribution and marketing campaigns. Over the course of only a year, Joshua Stevens forged distribution partnerships between TicketsNow and such diverse entities as The New York Times, Yahoo! Inc., the United States Tennis Association, and the Baltimore Ravens, resulting in a doubling of the company’s overall distribution. Outside of work, Joshua Stevens is active in community service and charitable endeavors with such organizations as the Special Olympics and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut.