Ken Leeser, Vice President and Shane Barringer, Account Manager.
Ken’s leadership in the healthcare marketplace has been consistently proven with over 20 successful years in executive marketing and sales responsibilities, especially in the medical diagnostics and pharmaceutical industries. He has broad experience in both hospital and office based medicine, where he has done significant work in brand development, strategy and architecture. brandsymbol healthcare clients are always appreciative of Ken’s attention to detail and passion for client service.
Shane’s extensive background in technology comes from working for five+ years as an account executive for Verizon Wireless, where he had a specialized focus on Business to Business sales. He has recently moved back to Charlotte from New York where he spent two years helping to oversee the Outside Sales program for Verizon. He is an avid coffee geek who always starts the day with a triple espresso. Shane enjoys collecting and listening to records (because music just sounds better on vinyl), trying out new craft beer, playing disc golf (and getting better each time!), and dreaming of ways to make the world a better place. He also is currently learning to write apps for smartphones. The Charlotte native and his wife, Emily, have a wonderful 3 1/2 year old daughter, Stella, who is full of personality.
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