Paul has more than 30 years of corporate and agency experience leading successful marketing and communications programs in the U.S. and abroad; from strategic planning through tactical execution.
A former communications executive for MWH Global (Stantec) and Level 3 Communications (CenturyLink), Paul has an extensive background in mobile phones and apps, water, power, renewable energy, software, public safety, transportation, all-things IoT and other industries.
Born in San Diego but calling Colorado home, Paul has an affinity for beaches, mountains, fitness and writing bad poetry.
Gabrielle has more than 20 years of marketing communications expertise in leading global marketing teams, agencies, media outlets, vendors and partners to drive brand visibility strategies that expand market share. Brand champion and communications conductor of public and media relations, Gabrielle’s passion is connecting the right story with the right audience. Migrating from the Northeast over 20 years ago to the Carolinas, she now enjoys the beach instead of “the shore.”
For more than 30 years, Elisabeth has provided strategic communications counsel and services for emerging technology organizations, including MCI, Examiner.com, Storage Technology and Utilimetrics. Since 2017, Elisabeth has served as editor-in-chief of a trade publication covering the energy sector. For this media outlet, she works with industry experts to deliver relevant and informative content on industry trends and innovative solutions. Elisabeth is a native and resident of Denver, Colorado.
Betsy sold her first piece of writing to a national magazine at the age of 17, and she’s now been making money with her words for the past four decades. In 2003, Betsy began writing about the public power sector, which led her to specialize in covering technology and scientific topics. When she’s not writing, all of Betsy’s favorite activities involve dirt and rock. She loves gardening, hiking, fossil hunting, flint knapping and making jewelry with silver, beads and her trusty blow torch.