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Work History

May 2016Present

District Sales Manager

Hessler Worldwide

Responsible for hiring, training and coaching sales reps for the state of PA 

Performed live sales demonstrations 12-16 times daily

Nov 2014Mar 2016

Store Manager

Verizon Wireless

Brought store from 1.9 Google star rating to 4.3

Raised new activation to upgrade ratio from 1:3 to 1:1 and held consistently 

Multiple store management experience

Jan 2014Nov 2014

Sales Lead - Store Manager


Promoted from sales rep to store manager in 1 month

Tripled store gross profit from previous manager ($8,000 to $26,000)

Increased tablet sales by more than 1000%

Customer satisfaction improved from 70% to 90%

Feb 2013Dec 2013

Sales Rep - Sales Lead - MIT


Promoted to MIT within 5 months of hire

Ranked #1 sales rep in the district three times out of 200 employees 

Closed the company's biggest business deal of 86 lines (Carpet Wood and Floor Liquidators)


I've always pictured a sales team as an army, where the strongest willed and most determined rise through the ranks and become leaders of their own platoon. I'm also a huge enthusiast when it comes to military based strategy games, so that may have some influence on my perspective. 

However, I HAVE risen through the ranks. From sales rep, to sales leader, manager in training, sales manager, to district sales manager. I specialize in team building. We train like soldiers on a battlefield (there's my nerd coming though again). My teams, myself included, are constantly increasing product knowledge, role playing, working with a customer or finding a customer. I'm a huge advocate for role playing. It gets us away from our desks and off of our phones, allowing us to brainstorm solutions to potential obstacles and objections. Or, to simply make an already great interaction even better.

The companies that I have had the pleasure of working with have seen not only their customer's rate of retention increase, but their profits as well. I believe in teaching my team to not forget the little things. Going above and beyond for every customer is not time wasted, it's an opportunity to uncover further opportunities, and to keep those opportunities coming back instead of going to your competitor.



Fine Arts

Daytona State, FL

General studies with a focus on fine arts.