Chief Executive Officer, Buildium co-Founder
Michael is an accidental entrepreneur. Armed with a computer science degree from Boston College, he began his career as a technology consultant with Accenture. There, he developed mad coding skills using PowerBuilder, a development environment most of his younger colleagues had never heard of. He then spent eight years at Sapient Corporation before deciding he was ready for something new.
The “new” came in the form of Buildium, which he co-founded with Sapient colleagues Dimitris Georgakopoulos and Christopher Cheung in 2004.
President, Buildium co-Founder
Dimitris had wanted to launch a software business ever since graduating from Providence College with a degree in computer science and finance. He struck out with his first two attempts, but hit the mark as a co-founder of Buildium. After cleverly offloading everything he doesn’t like doing to co-founder Michael Monteiro, he now focuses on product development and management.
Earlier in his career, Dimitris learned some valuable lessons about product development as a technology consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Sapient Corporation. The key takeaway: Assembling the right team of individuals, each with a unique skill set, leads to successful product development.
Chief Financial Officer
Dave brings a deep expertise and passion for finances to the Buildium leadership team. Previously serving as the CFO for a wide range of technology companies inluding AppNeta, ServiceCEO, ObliCore, Surbridge, an BeanSprout Networks. He studied business accounting at Bucknell University and earned his MBA at Duke University, Fuqua School of Business.
Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Dave is a lifelong Bills booster who decided the best way to up the ante on his fanaticism was to move to Boston, home to Bills’ rivals and three-time Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots. Dave made a shrewder choice by marrying, Clare, a lovely lady from Washington, DC, with whom he has three daughters and a son, all budding athletes (ski nuts) and future finance geeks.
Jacob Colker’s work with high-performing innovation teams has led to the creation of unique, industry-leading product experiences using user-centered design thinking research and customer discovery techniques.
In 2008, he co-founded and led San Francisco-based start-up Sparked.com, a crowdsourcing platform for communities and large brands. Today, the company has 15 employees and generates millions in revenue. Jacob also co-founded Impact HUB Seattle, a 30,000 square foot coworking space and entrepreneurial training center that has grown to house more than 500 entrepreneurs and innovators in Seattle’s Pioneer Square area. His work there included extensive teaching, coaching and mentoring of dozens of start-ups to help the newly-formed companies define customer problems, raise money, and solve product development issues.
Taking the time to give back, Jacob teaches graduate-level entrepreneurship at the University of Washington Foster School of Business and is on the core organizing team of SVP Fast Pitch Seattle.
Director of Sales
Janice is responsible for growing and maintaining a happy network of property managers. Having joined All Property Management in 2007, she leads our highly rated sales and account management team. Previously, Janice worked for several financial services organizations, including Northern Life, where, as Vice President of Administration, she was responsible for creating the service infrastructure needed to support the delivery of financial planning products and services to educators and non-profit employees. Janice graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a degree in business administration.
Director of Engineering
Pete has been with APM since it’s inception and is responsible for the solid IT architecture behind this scalable, fast-growing enterprise. Pete’s spent practically all of his 12 years of business IT experience with online lead-generation companies. He brings not only a sound IT systems background, but a keen sense of cause/effect SEO relationships between site design and search engine compatibility.