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Chris sent his first email campaign in 1995. He’s worked directly with Fortune 500 companies, retail giants, nonprofits, SMBs and government agencies in all facets of their email marketing programs. He’s also a BIG baseball fan, loves a good steak, and is mildly obsessed with zombie movies.
Sherry has over 30 years in both accounting, finance and office management. Sherry has for the last 7 years run both the operations and accounting part of Inbox Group and Red Seat Software. When she isn’t keeping companies in tiptop shape, Sherry enjoys her 3 dogs, a good book, and spending time on the beach while vacationing.
Possessing the right colossal blend of Optimism & Realism, with more than 15 years experience in Service & auto industry, now offering myself to the field of Information & Technology with the entire new assignment, developing business accross the states.
Joi Tamber-Brooks is a marketing veteran with roots in digital media. Her passion for email marketing is only matched by her drive to stay in step within an industry in renaissance. Joi has been expertly handling email marketing programs since Y2K with such firms as NBC, Natural Organics, Baywood Publishing, United Advertising Publications, and OpenMoves.
Kari has worked in the email marketing space for over 8 years. She has managed client accounts including support and campaign management and deployment on the agency side. She has also managed email marketing for a non-profit on the client side. She has experience with over 10 different email marketing platforms. Kari lives in Texas and loves to cook and try new recipes for her family including her first grandchild.
Obsessed Dog Mom and a serial salsa & chips eater. recently suburbanized herself after the NYC winds blew her back to Texas. She has worked with NY agencies but now acclimating to the Texas Agency scene. In her spare time, she can be found perfecting her "Not-Good-At-All" cooking skills.