As CEO and Visionary at NaviStone, Larry spends a lot of time working on the big stuff: big relationships, big ideas and solving big problems. Appropriately, he spends his web browsing time on big idea websites such as fivethirtyeight.com, washingtonpost.com and npr.com. He also finds some time for fun on mlb.com and “Bad Lip Reading” on youtube.com. How and when does a busy CEO find time for browsing at all? Early in the morning or late at night, always on his iPhone.
As NaviStone’s CFO, Efrain has some serious responsibilities to keep our financial house in order. Financial reporting, cash management, forecasting and employee benefits management are just some of the things that might keep him up at night. And since he is up, he can often be found browsing on his iPhone late at night, looking at sites like cnn.com, nytimes.com and npr.com. But Efrain also has a social side as well, as evidenced by time spent on nextdoor.com and facebook.com.
When Cheridy isn't simplifying the complexities that come with operating a high-growth technology company, she can be found cooking for her family on the weekends, playing ball with her Doberman (Dober girl), in search of the best Bubble Tea with her daughter and traveling to new places and absorbing the culture. Later at night she can be found on her Samsung S20+ browsing sites like CNN, The Discoverer, New York Times, Amazon and Google to stop her brain from thinking so she can fall asleep.
As NaviStone’s Chief Technology Officer, Tom is the software engineering guru behind the company’s suite of products. He also holds responsibility for our data infrastructure, as well as the development of the tools to support our sales, service and product teams. Tom is a devotee of music, science fiction and popular culture, and spends his free time tinkering with guitars and watching woodworking videos on YouTube.
Lori serves as Chief Revenue Officer at NaviStone, and is the consummate road warrior. Responsible for business development, client services and marketing, her travel schedule can only be described as frenetic. Her browsing time is limited to evenings in numerous hotels on her laptop, and of course her “go to” website is tripadvisor.com. Lori can also be found on linkedin.com, recipes.com, atpworldtour.com and eonline.com, where she admittedly spends way too much time reading celebrity gossip.
As VP of Product, Jude works across the organization to assure that we develop and deliver a quality product at a fair price to all our clients. Jude is a true Renaissance man, who can wax poetic about everything from French literature to his beloved Golden State Warriors, and these varied interests lead him to early morning browsing sessions at cbssports.com (for fantasy sports tips), theintercept.com, zooniverse.org, theatlantic.com and spotify.com. And as an Apple devotee, always, always on his iPad.
As NaviStone’s Vice President of Operations, Scott is focused on the efficiency and acceleration of bringing new products and solutions to our customers. When he’s not wearing his Ops hat, he enjoys spending his time outdoors hiking, mountain biking and running in beautiful Colorado. You can also find him on the sidelines cheering on his daughter in soccer. In the early morning and evenings, Scott browses sites that can keep him from going to the mall including amazon.com. He also frequently visits espn.com, twitter.com and techcrunch.com.
As VP, Business Development, Angie heads up the NaviStone remote sales team. While Colorado is home, she spends a lot of time traveling from the West Coast to the East and everywhere in between. This travel time allows for a lot of website shopping! She browses on her phone and iPad mini, checking out the deals to be had on her favorite shopping sites and watching for digital ads to follow as she reads the news on cnn.com and rivieramayanews.com.
As VP, Business Development for the Travel & Hospitality Industry at NaviStone, Bob seeks to educate travel marketers about the benefits of direct mail retargeting and how to turn lookers into bookers. When he's not working, he can be found spending time with family, enjoying great food & wine, listening to music, working out and watching SEC football and auto racing. In the early mornings and evenings, Bob browses sites like LinkedIn, Instagram, Indy Car, Formula One and Nascar on his iPhone.
MaryBeth Moore is responsible for sharing insights and strategies with retail marketers on how to drive better performance from their website visitors. When she's not on the road and meeting with marketers, she can be found doing anything and everything involving bikes & boards and the great outdoors. In the early mornings and evenings, MaryBeth likes to browse sites like Retail Dive, Lululemon, Surfline, LinkedIn and Google on her iPhone.
As Vice President of Client Services, Courtney works with our clients to assure that NaviStone is truly helping them to grow their business and expand their customer base. As a mother of three young children, Courtney’s browsing time is limited to her mobile device, and usually after 9:00pm. In addition to Amazon.com, Courtney focuses her website visits on social sites like Instagram, Pinterest, NextDoor and Facebook.
Like any effective VP of Marketing, Megan spends much of her time at work multi-tasking: content development, event management, branding and lead generation, etc. In her free time, however, she is quite focused, soaking up every minute she can with her husband and children in their beautiful state of Colorado. When the house is quiet, Megan does some website browsing on her mobile device checking in on sites like amazon.com, Instagram or listening to podcasts.
Richard is Vice President of Channels at NaviStone, spending much of his time focused on the five pillars of channel success: strategy, recruitment, onboarding, enablement and sales. Richard is a native Californian along with his wife and two girls. In his free time, he enjoys traveling (30 countries & 42 states to date) cooking, wine and tequila and often finds himself on travel sites like tripadvisor.com, toursbylocals.com, and the foodnetwork.com to gather advice from experts on his next purchase or adventure.
As the Vice President of Enterprise Partnerships, Laurie is responsible for finding and managing partners, defining objectives and overseeing a program that drives success. In her free time she enjoys spending time running and exploring new trails, traveling and spending time with her family & dogs. Laurie can be found shopping on amazon.com, West Elm, Crate & Barrel, and Room & Board websites on her mobile in the evening after dinner.