Jason Bergund is a best selling author with a successful background in pop culture and trend analysis, as well as photograph, design, and dance. Jason’s books include TVtherapy: The TV Guide to Life, What Pets Do While You’re at Work, which was a Booksense bestseller, Brides Behaving Badly, and his latest which he co-wrote with his wife Beverly West Please Don’t Feed the Daisy, Living Loving and Losing Weight with the World’s Fattest Dog, which is publishing for Mother’s Day 2009 from Hyperion. In addition to his work as an author, Jason has been a pop culture and trend analyst, as well as the head of client relations and new market development for Storytherapy since 2001.
Pamela Eisermann has a diverse and international business background, with an emphasis on small business development and market research. Pam has an MBA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and has worked with Market Street Research Inc. in Northhampton, as well as the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center, conducting market research and writing business plans for small and mid-size businesses and internet start-ups. Pam was an international representative developing clients worldwide for ODM Direct in Milan, Italy, and a founding partner and Director of Marketing for Shoploco.com, an Internet shopping mega-portal. Currently, Pam is a Senior Project Director for an international publisher, as well as a business and marketing research consultant for Storytherapy.
John C. Giuliano is a marketing and development professional, with an extensive background in cause related marketing, event planning and production as well as program creation, corporate sponsorship and audience development. As a director of development, executive director, and consultant, John worked with many of NYC’s premier organizations raising funds and producing high profile events including: The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, Central Park Conservancy, UNICEF, The Netherlands American Community Trust, The Japan Society, OpSail 2000 Opening Concert & Reception, America Rises 9/11 Solidarity Tour and Concert, NY Pops Galas at Carnegie Hall , The Plaza Hotel, and many more. In 2003, John relocated to Key West Florida to assume the executive directorship of the Old Island Restoration Foundation, and is now the Executive Director of the Key West business Guild, as well as a marketing and development consultant for Storytherapy.
Todd Jackson has worked in web development and web design for more than twelve years. As the Editorial Director for Comedy Central’s website, he translated TV brands like South Park and The Daily Show for the web audience, developing interactive content that fit the medium while retaining the shows’ specific voices. He’s since struck out on his own, forming a web design and development company, working with both individuals as well as small businesses, to establish and grow their web presence. Every site is tailor-made to fit the client’s unique voice and brand. He’s also had a book published by Hyperion entitled “Chelsea Clinton’s Freshman Notebook.” A portfolio of some of his work is available here. He serves as the web designer and developer for Storytherapy.