“Drupal is the least risky option for our clients:
“I have a broad set of business experiences, and I’ve worked in both private and public sector organizations. The key to a successful project is to be able to understand, as best one can, from the perspective of that organization -- and I can do that.”
“I feel like I’m at the epicenter of what’s happening in our culture. Everything we do is incredibly relevant to our society, and daily newspaper headlines only support that idea. With revolutions talking about social media as a contributing factor, I can’t help but know that the things we’re doing are in fact contributing to these disruptive technologies that allow people with vision to leverage those technologies to whatever their objectives are. Being able to be part of that and contribute to it is very energizing.”
“I’m inspired by both new ways of doing things and better ways of doing what we already do -- optimizing what we do and finding new ways to do it.”
Sonny works closely with Duo’s clients to develop their online business and marketing strategy, finding an online fit for what they do in the real world. His tactical responsibilities include:
Sonny has over 30 years of business management and marketing experience, often using disruptive business processes and technologies including:
Sonny freely shares his thought leadership about social media marketing, blogs, email marketing, and search engine optimization. He hopes to energize and empower other people so they feel confident pursuing newer and less-traditional strategies:
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Sonny is a member of the Web Analytics Association, Search Engine Marketing Professionals Organization and the Legal Marketing Association. He has a BS in Engineering and a Masters in Regional Planning from the University of Michigan. Go Blue.
When not helping his clients, Sonny is an avid inline street skater (Rollerblader) hitting the roads for 10 - 15 mile workouts. He is also into birding and land conservation and active in the Lake Cook Chapter of the Illinois Audubon Society where, besides watching birds, he takes a busman's holiday managing the Chapter's website and email communications. Sonny is married (for 40 years!) and has a daughter training for a career in law enforcement and a son opening a restaurant in Streeterville, Chicago, featuring the best local & sustainable food. Oh yeah, and he's a Chicago Cubs baseball fan still hoping they might play in a World Series (and even win) in his lifetime.