Jeff graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Finance. He worked for Kimberly-Clark for five years as a cost and financial analyst. Jeff transferred to Dallas with Kimberly-Clark to attend graduate school at the University of Dallas. He earned his MBA in International Management in two years going to night school. After Kimberly-Clark, Jeff joined Ernst & Young’s Engineering, Construction and Real Estate consulting practice where he worked for David Stanford for five years. Jeff’s consulting clients included JPI, Hillwood Development Company, Trammell Crow, Insignia, AIMCO, Sprint, as well as many others. Jeff left Ernst & Young in May of 2000 to pursue independent consulting and did so until September of 2000 when he joined a St. Louis-based wireless infrastructure company as their Chief Operating Officer.
In 2001, Jeff founded VERTICOM to service the growing need for a professional Wireless Infrastructure Services company in the South. Under his leadership, the company has grown from four people to a team of over 200 strong with a reputation for being the best and safest at what we do. He also led the implementation of the employee benefits program which includes a company matching 401k plan. He became the President of the Texas State Wireless Association in 2014 and is actively involved with several charities including The First Tee of Greater Dallas of which he serves on the Board of Governors.