Torrence Boone, the Managing Director of Google’s Agency division, utilizes his 15 years of knowledge to boost ad revenue and help businesses across the Americas capture the benefits of Google’s innovative digital platforms. Within six months of his tenure at Google, Torrence Boone negotiated a nine figure contract with the Omnicom Group Inc., which gained national recognition in The Wall Street Journal. Before joining the executive management team at Google, Torrence Boone was the Chief Executive Officer of Enfatico, a next-generation integrated marketing venture, which serviced the global advertising needs of Dell. Beforehand, Torrence Boone spent over seven years working for Digitas, a digital marketing agency whose flagship office was in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2006, he became the President of the Boston office, where he managed a team of 1,000 employees across diverse industry sectors. Previously, Torrence Boone was Vice President/General Manager of Avenue A, now Razorfish, after working at Bain & Company as an Associate Consultant and Senior Manager for over six years. Attending Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, prepared Torrence Boone for his post-secondary education at Stanford University, where he received his undergraduate degree in Economics with honors. After consulting for several years, Torrence Boone completed his Master of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. Despite his busy schedule, Torrence Boone finds time to rock climb, snowboard, practice yoga, and write. In addition to his current duties at Google, Torrence Boone is a member of the board of directors for the New York-based Joyce Theater. Additionally, he is a Technical Advisor for Kepha Partners, an investment capital firm on the East Coast.