In the summer of 1990, I was a rising high school sophomore playing football and baseball in Randolph, New Jersey. That year was economically challenging, and the recession was not kind to my family. My father lost his job (the only one he ever had since graduating college), and it was a tough time for the household.

At the time, I immediately recognized the importance of our supportive community, friends and relationships.  Keeping in touch with people I know, like and trust became one of my core values.  30+ years later, I am thrilled to have authored, Relationships to Infinity: The Art and Science of Keeping In Touch.

Having an intentional and authentic approach to your relationships can help you:

Let's talk on how I can support your professionals advance, grow and develop

My business development and career development keynotes, workshops and trainings encourage action.

My one-on-one as well as group coaching can support your employees’ career management goals, enhance their business development skills, and transition with care your employees who are exiting the organization.


In serving my enterprise and individual clients, I draw on my experiences as a District Manager with  At Vault, I held roles both on the operations team and led a remote business development team which sold recruitment consulting services and employer branding solutions to talent acquisition, hiring and employer branding teams at AmLaw 100 law firms, Fortune 100 corporations, consultancies, accountancies, and federal agency employers.

Prior to, I worked in brand management for Unilever on the Dove Global team (see my article in BusinessWeek) where I developed global innovations in the anti-aging skincare category.  I also was a business development manager based in Paris, France for QS World MBA / World Grad School promoting MBA, LLM and international relations programs globally, a management consultant for RSM Salustro Reydel Management (now KPMG), and an analyst with Andersen Consulting (currently Accenture).

My MBA is from the Georgetown McDonough School of Business.  While studying at Georgetown, my overseas work included brand management projects for Unilever Sri Lanka and Pepsi Vietnam.  Additionally, I was a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar in France and received an international business degree (DEUF) from Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3.  While living in Paris, I was the President of the Rotary Foundation Alumni Association France (the first non-French national to hold the position).  I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a minor in French from Rowan University.

Community and professional engagement is important to me. I was a Board Member of the National Capital Local Steering Committee for the Legal Marketing Association. I was also an assistant coach on my son’s little league baseball team. Additionally, I have sat on the Board of Directors of the United Way of the National Capital Area (United Way NCA) and on the PTA for Murch Elementary School.

I am also a raving fan of all things related to D.C. sports.


Most importantly, I live in Washington, DC, am married to a lovely red-head and we have two adorable red-headed sons.

As we are both working parents, my wife, Lori Mihalich-Levin, JD and I co-host the Parents at Work Podcast.  It is exciting to glean insights, tips and advice from working moms and working dads from a wide variety of industries and sectors