Tell us about your journey into technology. What made you start Digital Air Strike?
My journey truly began as a child. I always had a strong interest in business and entrepreneurship. I was the kid that loved the TV show “Kids are People Too” that was touted as the kids’ version of the “Tonight Show” featuring interviews with kids that were doing amazing things. I also turned everything into a business. I remember setting up lemonade stands, building my own board games, and convincing adults to pay for the play performances I “produced” and “directed” with my brothers as the actors.
I have always loved technology, from pong games to having one of the first laptops in college to starting Digital Air Strike as a way to build some of the first social media technology solutions focused on improving the business to consumer relationship — long before business pages and social advertising were even a thing.