Allan Pressel is co-director of The Gurian Institute Corporate Division. He provides gender-related consulting, research, and speaking, often for financial services firms. Allan is also founder and CEO of PowerSite123 – which helps nonprofits and for-profits create world-class websites, social media, and online marketing to further their mission. Allan was named as one of the world’s leading e-philanthropy experts by the ePhilanthropy Foundation. He was given the Volunteer Service Award by President George W. Bush. Allan is the co-author of Internet Management for Nonprofits: Strategies, Tools and Trade Secrets .
Previously, Allan was a co-founder of i-Cube, which had a highly successful IPO in June, 1998, and was later acquired by Razorfish with a market capitalization of $2 billion. i-Cube was profitable every quarter for 7 years. i-Cube helped large corporations develop an IT/Internet strategy and implement it through software/web development and consulting services — much like PowerSite123 does for nonprofits and businesses.
Prior to founding i-Cube, Allan was a technology strategy consultant at Arthur Andersen and First Consulting Group. Allan holds a M.B.A from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, and a B.A. from Brandeis University, and attended the London School of Economics and London Business School.
Allan has conducted many hundreds of public speaking engagements all over the world, including in virtually all US states.
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