About Us

   S E. P, Principal

Scott P is the Founder and President of ten10ten. Scott brings 20 years of headquarter and field marketing experience in the computer industry to ten10ten. Scott's first claim to fame was as a National Account Manager for Compaq where he created inaugural Compaq sales in companies like Coca-Cola, BellSouth, and Georgia Pacific. (These were the Compaq "luggable" days when IBM was the "un-dethroneable" safe bet.)

Scott is a strategic thinker with abundant market insight and out-of-the-box originality. A recent success was developing groundbreaking e-initiatives and e-business marketing systems for Compaq's SMB group. Here he developed the strategy to drive SMB demand generation and the Company to a $400 Million annual SMB revenue base. He conceived of the need for a "lead-generation micro-site", Compaqbiz.com, and led the total development effort including database integration, legal, design, privacy, and ongoing metrics analysis. He also implemented a web-based, closed-loop, lead delivery system to manage and distribute leads geographically to channel partners and internal call centers. This initiative delivered over $200 million in leads for Compaq over a two-year period. And he directed on-going direct response/email marketing campaigns, originated retention/customer loyalty programs, and leveraged channel, affiliate and industry relationships.

Scott has a passion for customer e-intimacy and for the personalization of e-business solutions. He is a proven expert in web-based marketing and e-commerce. His innovations have been instrumental in taking both startups and large established companies to revenues considerably beyond targets. Beyond his business talents, Scott was previously the U.S. platform diving Olympic Team contender, and subsequently served as the Head Diving Coach, University of Houston (1976-1980).

Scott holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences & Public Speaking from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. He is an inductee in Omicron Delta Kappa, a national honor society for academic and athletic performance.

To find out more about Scott's background and credentials, visit his career web site, . In 2-minutes, the site will summarize Scott's top achievements, marketing portfolio, interactive resume, and life outside of work.

   D E. M, Principal

Doug brings 15 years of publishing experience to ten10ten and 25 years of commercial printing experience. Doug is the founder, publisher and executive editor of E/The Environmental Magazine, a 15-year-old nonprofit environmental publication that is sold nationally by paid subscription and through bookstores, natural foods markets and newsstands. In 2003, Doug began to investigate technologies that would permit ˙ŭpaperless˙ŭ editions of E Magazine and now is implementing one such version of the magazine. Doug also founded Earth Action Network, Inc. (EAN), E˙ŭs nonprofit sponsor, which also owns the environmental website, www.emagazine.com and which publishes and distributes EarthTalk, a weekly environmental Q&A column that is distributed internationally to over 300 newspapers and websites. Current EAN projects also include two books. Feeling the Heat: Dispatches from the Frontlines of Climate Change, published for EAN by Routledge, and Green Living: An E Magazine Planetary Resource Guide, to be published on Earth Day 2005 by Plume.

In his role at E, Doug directs the magazine˙ŭs subscription and newsstand circulation promotion activities and is also the grantsman, responsible for raising $350,000 - $500,000 per year for the organization in private foundation grants. He also contributes substantially to the editorial process and art direction for the magazine and website.

When Doug isn˙ŭt directing the activities of E and Earth Action Network, Inc., he runs D Forms, his 25-year-old printing and business forms distributorship. In addition to a stable of local Fairfield County, Connecticut clients, Doug plies a *vertical market* in the publishing field, providing printed materials for the circulation, accounting and advertising needs of numerous consumer and trade magazines nationwide.

Doug is an independent thinker and entrepreneur whom one industry colleague recently described as *always having his eye on the ball.*

Doug graduated from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts in 1974 with a BS in marketing, and was a sales representative for the business forms division of Burroughs Corporation from 1974 until 1979.

   B B. C, VP Technology

Benjamin programmed his first computer application, in BASIC, at the age of 5. In the interim 21 years, he has solved all manner of computer software and hardware problems for IBM, the University of Virginia, the Camber Corporation, the Army Corps of Engineers, Franklin College Switzerland, E/The Environmental Magazine, and several more forgettable organizations. In addition to working as a programmer and hardware technician, he has worked as an environmental journalist, college English instructor at George Mason University, editorial assistant, editor, artist, fiction writer, and archaeologist, among other things; his most memorable job involved poking land mines with a stick for the U.S. Army.

At IBM, Ben programmed a Visual Basic system for parsing XML files from IBM's digital library. He also installed and maintained RS/6000 workstations and software for IBM clients. As Assistant Director of Computing at Franklin College, Ben's projects included e-mail management, website design, network maintenance, interface creation among Windows, Novell, and Linux applications; he also designed their bookstore. At UVA, he worked on the web pages of the Darden School of business and the University Hospital. Most recently, Ben has developed WebMAD (the Web Magazine Database), a comprehensive yet simple content management system written in PHP, tailored to the needs of E/The Environmental Magazine. Concurrently he has served as a freelance hardware and software consultant in the New York City area.

A graduate of the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, where he studied digital and analog electronics, computational physics, and artificial intelligence (among other things), Ben holds a BA in Archaeology from the University of Virginia, as well as Advanced Certifications from IBM including certification in Advanced AIX 4.0 System Administration. He boasts extensive knowledge in operating systems--Linux, Unix, VMS, and all manifestations of Windows. He is experienced in the programming languages PHP, JavaScript, Java, C++, C, Visual Basic, PERL/CGI, UNIX shells, FORTRAN, and the artificial intelligence languages Prolog and Lisp. His markup languages include HTML, CSS, and XML. He will receive a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing (with a concentration in Fiction) from George Mason University in mid-May, 2004. Nevertheless, he asserts that all this information is true. He has been described by colleagues as "some sort of genius," but nobody is sure which sort.

J C. W, Internet Marketing Director

Jessica began her career in 1999 as creative director and webmaster of the environmental group Earth Consciousness at her alma mater Loyola College in Baltimore, MD. Jessica was also co-founder of this group and implemented various programs throughout the year she was involved.

Jessica is currently Internet Marketing Director at E/The Environmental Magazine and was an integral part in developing, creating, and maintaining E's new website that currently launched in March 2004. Additionally, Jessica helped create and currently maintains a new weekly newsletter for E as well as a montly newsletter aimed at younger readers. Throughout her time at E, Jessica has worked on the design and implementation of email campaigns, online surveys, and the continuous maintenance of the website. Jessica also aids the advertising department in the management of ad material, ad design, and magazine production.

Jessica holds a BA in Fine Arts from Loyola College in Baltimore, MD and is currently pursuing a MS in Environmental Education from Southern Connecticut State University. She has extensive knowledge of HTML and XML, Dreamweaver, Flash, Adobe Photoshop, and Quark.