NetEffects New Faces
In case you have not been able to meet Dean Ely or Ryan Froehlich yet, we thought we should introduce you!
June 28, 2010
Dean and Ryan joined the NetEffects sales team and we are so happy to have them onboard!
Dean Ely joined NetEffects in late 2009. He will be focusing on growing NetEffects presence at MasterCard, and developing new business relationships.
Dean brings over twenty years of experience in IT Consulting Services to NetEffects.
(Photo: Dean, Rachel, and Lisa at a recent Cardinals game)
In addition, he has opened and developed several strong client relationships in the past with several large IT environments throughout the St. Louis Metro Area.
In his off time, Dean keeps himself very active including having a 2nd degree Black Belt in Chito Ryu Karate.
A few other activities Dean enjoys include snow skiing, golf, and billiards.
(Photo: Rachel Ely at the 2010 NetEffects Picnic)
Dean also enjoys attending St. Louis Cardinal Baseball games with his wife Lisa and his ten-year-old daughter, Rachel.
The Cardinal mascot is special to Dean for another reason as well, his Alma Mater is the University of Louisville. In fact, Dean was able to watch the Louisville Cardinals win the NCAA basketball tournament in 1986.
Ryan Froehlich joined NetEffects in November 2009 with a focus on new business development. Prior to coming to NetEffects, Ryan was the Business Development Manager for a software firm in Clayton, MO.
His background also includes experience in telecom sales and marketing/advertising.
(Photo: Ryan, Angela, and Brody on a recent family outing)
Ryan is committed to building new client relationships that foster mutually beneficial partnerships.
Outside of work, Ryan keeps his social calendar full with family, friends, and baseball.
Ryan and his wife, Angela welcomed their son Brody to the world a little under 2 years ago.
Not only do they now find themselves having to keep up with a 20 month old, but they also are caretakers of 2 adorable dogs, Buster and Bogie.
Aside from quality family time, Ryan enjoys being involved in baseball, as both a player and a coach.
(Photo: Ryan and Brody at a Spikes Baseball game)