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Chris Turnquist, most recently, was the General Manager and Vice President of Retail Solutions for Net Perceptions. He has worked with various software solution providers for over 15 years and has an extensive background in strategic solution selling and implementation. Chris was one of the core members to launch Knowledge Discovery One, Inc., a retail analytic solutions company based in Austin, Texas and acquired by Net Perceptions, Inc. in January of 2000. Chris has worked with some of the worlds top businesses in applying information technology to strategic, high value business requirements.
Peg Turnquist, most recently, has been the Congregational President of Maple Grove Lutheran Church, a congregation of 1,750 members. She has been working from home on multiple volunteer and part-time projects, for the school, church and community. Peg has extensive background in management and operations at Carlson Marketing Group. Her consistent history of promotions is indicative of her hard-working and dedicated team approach. She was employed at Carlson Marketing Group for 12 years, prior to working from home.
Ken Turnquist has over thirty five years of management experience in information technology, project management, general administration, training, and strategic and organizational planning. His accomplishments and project deliverables are consistently on time and within budgeted resources. Ken is a consensus builder interfacing effectively with all levels of an organization, from senior management to individual specialists. He has strong leadership, communication and technical skills, which have been developed throughout his career.
Brett is an experienced and capable leader with seven years of project management and five years of supervisory experience. He has a refreshing approach that lends itself to creative problem solving. Brett believes that people should be the principal focus of any solution, whether they are solving the problem or experiencing the solution.
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