MFour welcomes three more new employees, continuing its dramatic growth with the hiring of team members who’ll contribute to three key departments – Operations, Sales, and Labs & Engineering.
Michael Schmall joins Operations as a Market Research Manager, involved in planning, implementing, and delivering quality surveys, including the crucial task of communicating with clients throughout the process. He previously was a Research Manager at Lieberman Research Worldwide. Michael has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s prestigious Wharton School of Business. Michael comes to MFour with a championship pedigree – he played three seasons as a starting linebacker on Penn’s football team, including the Quakers’ 2012 Ivy League championship team.
Football is also in the blood, literally, for Dodge Salisbury, who has joined MFour’s sales team as a Solutions Development Representative, alerting and educating potential new clients about how MFour’s products and services can solve their research needs. Dodge has a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management from Texas A&M University, and previously worked in business development and marketing for the Levecke Corp and Sports 1 Marketing. His interest in the business of sports is no accident – Dodge’s father is former NFL quarterback and current sports-radio talk show host Sean Salisbury. For the record, Dodge is a big fan of the Dallas Cowboys.
Adding to Four’s technological expertise is Software Engineer Andrew Prendergast, who’ll bring his talents in app and web design to the Labs & Engineering team. Andrew earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and a Web Development certificate from Parkland College. He previously worked at the marketing and web design firm Brandastic. Levity, rather than football, is Andrew’s game – he created LaughLocator, an app that keeps live-comedy fans posted on upcoming shows, and HeckleKiller, an app that helps comedians write jokes. Andrew is a fan of the once-laughable Chicago Cubs, whose recent triumph after a 108-year championship drought has put him in a good humor.