David Weisman has a diverse work experience spanning over 15 years. David currently serves as the Head of Partnerships at Trust & Will, where they successfully launched the company's Sales & Partnerships function. This involved defining the strategy, hiring and managing a team of 14 ICs and 3 managers, and executing key deals with partners such as AARP, Bank of America, Northwestern Mutual, and others.
Prior to their current role, David worked at Scoop Technologies, Inc. as the Senior Director of Partnerships from November 2018 to February 2021. David played a pivotal role in establishing the B2B business, including identifying product-market fit, charting GTM strategy, and building the foundation. David also developed sales strategy and operations, expanded into 7 markets, and achieved ~$20M in ARR. David personally handled the sales cycle for the company's first 30+ enterprise customers, which included major companies like Amazon, Microsoft, and SpaceX.
Before joining Scoop, David worked at Google as the Global Product Lead, Emerging Ads from August 2012 to June 2015. David was responsible for managing and developing emerging advertising products. Prior to that, they served as an Account Manager, Large Customer Sales from July 2010 to August 2012.
David gained work experience as a Summer Intern at Quinn Emanuel, a law firm, in 2010. David also worked as an Assistant Researcher at the University of Michigan, focusing on the United States Knowledge Economy, from April 2008 to May 2009.
Additionally, David worked as an Assistant to the Chief Bond Trader at Beacon Investment Management from September 2007 to May 2008. David also gained experience as a Summer Intern at Telemus Capital Partners in 2007.
Overall, David Weisman has a strong background in partnerships, sales, strategy, and operations, with notable contributions to various companies throughout their career.
David Weisman attended the University of Michigan from 2006 to 2010, where they obtained a Bachelor's degree in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. In 2008, they also briefly studied at The London School of Economics and Political Science, although no specific degree or field of study is listed for this period.
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February, 2021 - present