Thomas McClintock Bio
Adjunct for Marketing / Search Engine Optimization / Social Media
Thomas B. McClintock is with NSI Technologies, where he was recruited for his expertise in technology sales and business development as a successful entrepreneur and management consultant in the e-commerce industry. To GraceWorks and the Christian schools it serves, McClintock brings marketing expertise, including electronic marketing capabilities.
Tom was Chief Operating Officer for NC, Inc., a $22 million dollar wireless and Web content company he co-founded. In this capacity, he built and ran a sales department that surpassed all monthly goals, having won clients such as Sprint, CBS and Cox Communications. With his partners he raised four rounds of financing and managed relationships with venture capitalists and the Board of Directors. He also developed and ran the corporate infrastructure to leverage the firm’s 35 professionals. He negotiated and managed the relationships with over two dozen strategic and technology partnerships, directed the launch of eight high-technology delivery channel products and designed and executed multi-million dollar marketing campaigns resulting in nationwide and international coverage across television, radio, print and Web media.
As a Partner and Co-Founder of The Farragut Group, Tom generated investment capital to market e-commerce concepts for which he provided business development, marketing and product launch expertise. Based on analyses of emerging market and technology trends, he designed and developed investment, marketing and product materials including business plans, presentations, Web sites, financial assessments and project timetables.
Prior to joining The Farragut Group, he was Senior Consultant and Director of Marketing and Operations for PeerScape® at Deloitte & Touche, LLP where he launched high-technology products for the Consulting Group. Tom designed and managed multimedia campaigns, conducted channel marketing efforts and negotiated content agreements in support of Web and CD-ROM products in the financial services and telecommunications industries.
The methodologies he developed to determine software requirements that balanced resource constraints enabled him to manage production and distribution, including development schedules and order fulfillment. Reporting directly to the division’s Senior Managing Partner, he oversaw each business case and made determinations regarding “go”/”no-go” decision requirements.
As Senior Associate of The Advisory Board Company’s Operations and Technology Council, a financial services technology consulting practice he helped start, Tom managed a unique benchmarking database conducting cost and performance data analyses at 800 premier global financial services sites. In this capacity he consulted directly to top bank executives regarding resource optimization and technology deployment. He also managed a team of technology professionals and co-directed a department of nearly 50 employees. His team produced the most award-winning deliverables in the division, and he was appointed to a seat on the Council’s Program Table for strategic planning.
Prior to joining The Advisory Board Company, Mr. McClintock founded and managed a trading house that imported merchandise on behalf of retailers such as Bloomingdales, Nordstroms and mail-order houses and advised American and Russian clients regarding international technology trade opportunities. Earlier, he consistently outperformed weekly sales goals as a Sales Manager for R. H. Macy & Company and also co-founded a successful advertising agency, Phoenix Media, Inc., that quickly gained dominant market share serving over 100 local and national clients, including J. C. Penney, Sears and the U.S. Army.
Mr. McClintock holds a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude, with Distinction, in Government as well as Russian and Soviet Studies from Colby College, holds a Certificate from the Center for Intensive Language Study in Yaroslavl, Russia and is a member of several academic honor societies, including Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Sigma Alpha. He also launched and directed an online ministry promoting the outreach efforts of 400 members through dynamically generated content, calendaring and list services.