Senior Vice President
Bill Sheldon rejoined MarketBridge as a Senior Vice President to lead our Financial Services Practice. Bill has more than 20 years experience working with clients on data-driven approaches to sales and marketing effectiveness.
Prior to rejoining MarketBridge, Bill was the Chief Solutions Officer at Angoss Software, with overall responsibility for the design, development and deployment of predictive analytic solutions within major financial services accounts, including Great West, MetLife, Oppenheimer, Allianz, and Alliance Bernstein among others.
Prior to Angoss, Bill held the positions of Vice President of Marketing Solutions for Paradyz Analytics, a multi-channel marketing services agency, and Chief Operating Officer for CFM Partners, a leading provider of SaaS of Governance, Risk and Compliance solutions in the financial services industry.
While at MarketBridge previously, Bill led the Technology Sector and the Decision Sciences practices for nearly 15 years as Senior Vice President, working with leading technology clients such as Microsoft and IBM, among others. Bill began his career at Accenture in the Washington, DC office.
Bill holds a BS from the University of Virginia, and a Masters of Business Administration from the American University in Washington, DC.
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