Most recently Mr. Knox helped to found the American Citizens League and the Republican Club of Central Broward. He is also a member of DC Works for US, The 2nd Amendment Group. He was instrumental in getting the City of Plantation to not renew their membership in ICLEI. He is working diligently to get Broward County and all its’ cities out of ICLEI/Agenda 21.
Mr. Knox has served in various senior management and sales positions for the past 30 years and has extensive experience in technology learning, animated eLearning and Social Networking sales and business development. While founding Pulsecast as the Executive Vice President/COO he served as and is the President and CEO of the BoMar Group an advance technical training organization with sales exceeding $750,000. He also served as Vice President of Sales for /training/etc, Inc. He took the company from a static growth to two and one-half times revenue in 3 years.
From 1993 to 1996, he served as Sr. Account Executive at Semaphore. Responsibilities were for the sale of training and consulting services for Object Oriented Technology. The company grew significantly and he introduced, developed and implemented a very strong lead development program for the sales staff.
From 1989 to 1993, Mr. Knox was the Director of Sales and Marketing for the Institute for Advanced Professional Studies. A leader in UNIX, Motif, C and C++ technical education he enabled a growth in excess of 80 per cent.
From 1979 to 1989, Mr. Knox held a variety positions, Director of Marketing with the Yankee Group and several sales positions with start-up companies one, Davox went public and is still in business.
Mr. Knox spent 10 years with State Street Bank as an Assistant Vice President. Positions held included Division Comptroller, Personnel Officer, Business Analyst and Systems Analyst. Prior to this he was with Prudential Insurance Company in their fast track Management program.
Mr. Knox has his BA from Boston University and completed graduate courses in Finance at Babson College.