Jeannie Alan hails from New York, where she earned a BSRN from the University of Rhode Island and spent 3 years as Head Nurse at an ICU. After her stint in the medical profession, Jeannie became an actress and Casting Director, working steadily in commercials, television and Improv, which laid the groundwork for her training muscle at Eloqui.
Jeannie’s entrepreneurial drive was channeled into ‘Painted by You’ a company she founded that uses ceramics for team building and stress management within corporations. She leveraged this knowledge to create inner city, middle school team building programs. Recently, Jeannie developed Gertie and BB’s Candies with partner Sheri Adams. Their delicious chocolate confections can be found at high end stores throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Jeannie applies her behavioral research and entrepreneurial skills to the betterment of Eloqui clients.
William received his formal theater training at Boston University and then took a ‘real-world graduate class’ performing on the streets of San Francisco.
William has written and delivered hundreds of presentations for many companies including Microsoft, HP, Intel, Sun, and Apple. As a performer, William has appeared in numerous feature films, including The Right Stuff, Howard the Duck, Murder in the First and Father’s Day. He has appeared in hundreds of corporate videos for a wide range of companies including AT&T, Hewlett Packard, Sega, Pacific Bell and Intel.
William lectures and conducts performance workshops for the University of Texas, University of Florida, Stanford University, The College of Marin and San Francisco State University. William has trained performance teams for Disneyland, the Queen Mary and the World of Coke-a-Cola in Las Vegas. He has directed award winning theatre (SF Fringe Festival, Best of Fringe Award) and brought Improv to Poland in 2006 when he directed an improvised play in Lodz, Poland.
William is also the founder of BATS: Improv Theatre and Training Center in San Francisco which is the largest full time Improv performance and training company in the west. He continues to serve on the Board of Directors, perform and teach regularly.
Mark partners with CEOs to strategically grow their companies by realizing and leveraging their company’s true, core value propositions into new and multiple revenue streams. In addition, he has collaborated with his clients to restructure their organizations, generate momentum and quantifiable results.
Before consulting and training for Eloqui, Mark’s track record of corporate leadership spanned the entertainment/consumer products industries. For example, as Chief Executive Officer for Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf, Mark led the company to its highest revenues since it was founded in 1948.
While head of Walt Disney Records, Mark capitalized upon his knowledge of the pop and family entertainment marketplace to grow the company’s revenue line from $30 million to $120 million over a five-year period. He was also intimately involved in the rollout and expansion of The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Little Mermaid franchises during this time.
Prior to Disney, Mark introduced high quality music programming for children to America with recording artists such as Raffi and grew the A&M children’s music business from start-up to $14 million within five years. More recently, he held senior executive positions at Warner Bros., DreamWorks and EMI.
Mark received his Bachelors of Arts Degree in Communications from UCLA and his Masters of Business Administration in Marketing/Finance from the USC.