A veteran of the pharmaceutical industry with 19 years of experience, Janet's career began at Parke-Davis in sales. After honing her marketing skills in-house, Janet joined NCI Advertising and developed a talent for creating unique marketing programs for her pharmaceutical clients. The entrepreneurial chapter of her life began when she joined Christopher Whittle's team and helped launch the Medical News Network. In 1994, Janet founded One Eleven to lead the pharmaceutical industry in online marketing by delivering ground breaking, technology-enabled solutions.
Janet is also widely recognized for bringing together leaders in e-Health for informal discussion and networking. She is a member of HBA, HMCC, NYNMA and YEO. She received her B.A. in Biology from Franklin College.
Kim’s multi-disciplined background allows her to wear many hats - graphic designer, IT specialist and marketing strategist. Prior to joining One Eleven she spent four years as an in-house Senior Designer for Bristol-Myers Squibb. Her portfolio of work includes Web sites, promotional materials and packaging for the Consumer Products division.
Kim began her career in Portland, Oregon, designing packaging and promotional materials for Hall Laboratories, a generic OTC/vitamin manufacturer. After graduating with a B.S. in Marketing, she studied graphic design and communication arts at the Pacific Northwest College of Art
With an understanding of the financial aspects of entrepreneurial companies gained from his experience in founding and managing his own firm, coupled with fifteen years in senior management, John brings a strong set of leadership skills and financial know-how to the management team at One Eleven.
John began his career in Indianapolis, Indiana and then moved to the East Coast, working with several entrepreneurial firms prior to joining the One Eleven team five years ago.
John holds a B.A. in History from Franklin College.
Starting off his career providing technical support, David has been working in the interactive field for over 10 years. With the expansion of web technologies, he moved on to technical consulting, custom application development and project management.
David has worked for both large and small companies and strives to span the gap between “techie” and “end-user” while building, architecting and managing applications that work in the real world.
David holds a B.A. in Political Science from Baruch College (CUNY) in New York City.