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Analytics and Executive Personal Treatment

Saturday, November 16, 2013 @ 10am

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Guests:

252Cecyl Hobbs,
SVP Marketing and
Business Development

Activate Networks

Analytics¬† –

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Cecyl is a senior executive at Activate Networks, has a track record of success in companies within industries undergoing technology-triggered transformation.

At Activate, he is responsible for establishing the company;s position as a market leader in social network analytics by forming strategic partnerships and guiding the company;s marketing efforts. As interim CFO, he was also instrumental in Activate;s successful fundraising efforts during 2012.

Cecyl has led and managed teams at Deloitte Consulting, IBM Life Sciences, and an early-stage consumer venture, among other roles. He holds a BS from Florida A&M University and an MBA from Harvard University. On a more personal note, Cecyl is an avid CrossFitter and percussionist.

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253David Martines,
Manager and Tax Accountant

Baker Newman & Noyes

Corporate Executive Personal Treatment –

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David began his career at Baker Newman Noyes in 2008. He is a Manager in the firm’s Tax Division specializing in income tax compliance and planning for individuals and trusts.


He also has expertise in personal financial planning including providing high net worth clients with advice on strategies involving retirement income, executive compensation, and overall risk management. Prior to working at BNN, David worked for six years at a prominent trust company in New York City, and then another four years in private banking in Portland. 

He has also previously served as an Adjunct Faculty member at Southern New Hampshire University, where he has taught courses in taxation of individuals, trusts and corporations. David earned a Bachelor of Arts from Bowdoin College, as well as a Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Accountancy degrees from the University of Southern Maine.