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Jonathan H. Siegler, is a veteran technology executive, who brings a wealth of experience in both domestic and international, sales, marketing, and operations. Mr. Siegler has worked in a diverse array of industry settings, focusing in technology, including wireless, software, hand-held consumer electronics and web commerce.
Jonathan has recently founded a new financial Services / Insurance company that is currently in stealth-mode.
Prior, Mr. Siegler had been assisting numerous new venture backed companies with raising capital, strategic development and developing and coaching new CEOs.
In 2007, Jonathan co-founded and subsequently sold Greentouch Wireless, a recycling mobile phone business.
In 2004, he led a private equity buy-out in partnership with Wasserstein & Co, of Travel Worm, Inc., then a leading on-line travel services provider based in Las Vegas, NV. He served as CEO, brought the company to profitability and successfully sold the company to One Travel Inc.
From 1992-2001 Mr. Siegler took part in the evolution of consumer technology in Silicon Valley, in personal computers, handheld devices, and wireless solutions. From 1999-2001 Jonathan founded and served as President, CEO, and Director of CreSenda Wireless. CreSenda was venture and focused on providing handheld enterprise wireless solutions across vertical markets. CreSenda was sold to GoAmerica. He also served as a Board Director for Infinite Mobility, a mobile business solutions provider that provided the first wireless scouting solutions for numerous NBA teams.
As a member of the original executive team at Palm Computing, he held several posts including, Director of International Sales & Operations, Director of Planning and Strategy and Program Director of Palm's OEM business unit. Jonathan re-launched Palm’s product line in the European market, and built and managed Palm’s Asia Pacific Rim business unit. Within these roles, Mr. Siegler designed and implemented Palm’s global supply chain, launched Palm's Web commerce platform, and successfully executed Palm’s first OEM deals with IBM & Symbol Technologies.
Prior to joining Palm, Jonathan worked with the US Postal Service Interactive Services Unit establishing a direct retail model in Japan for US consumer products companies to export their products to Japan. Initial companies included Neiman Marcus and Book of the Month Club.
As a management consultant for Andersen Consulting, Mr. Siegler specialized in the direct to consumer channel focusing on the design and implementation of supply chain logistics solutions in the high technology industry.
In 2006, he was named an American Marshall Memorial Fellow, by the German Marshall Fund. He is a member of the 2000 class of Henry Crown Fellows at the Aspen Institute. Jonathan holds a B.A. in Urban Planning with an emphasis in Applied Earth Sciences from Stanford University.