Based in the Greater Boston Area, Mike provides overall strategic direction for PI with emphasis on global growth and product development to drive outstanding client results.
Daniel is responsible for the execution of the corporate strategy through the oversight of internal operations for the company including technology, finance, business analytics and science.
John is an experienced CFO, CPA and executive team member who has worked in both public and private technology and manufacturing companies.
Brett has full revenue responsibility for The Predictive Index, working with our network of PI Certified Partners across the globe to support their strategic initiatives and growth targets.
Greg is responsible for setting and executing the scientific agenda for The Predictive Index. He leads all R&D for PI's science-based behavioral, cognitive, and skills assessments.
Drew is responsible for the development and execution of all marketing initiatives at The Predictive Index and leads corporate branding, global demand generation, and product marketing.
Todd is responsible for technology strategy, software development, and technical operations.
Matt is responsible for the product solution portfolio and roadmap. Prior to joining The Predictive Index, Matt co-founded Covocative, a web-based coaching software company.
Jackie brings nearly 20 years of progressive human capital experience to The Predictive Index. She believes that people are the most important part of every business, and it is critical to be proactive and diligent about how to attract, retain and develop them.
Chris leads the strategic direction of contracts, data security and privacy at The Predictive Index. He is also responsible for insurance, risk management and managing intellectual property portfolio.
Todd is responsible for the executive search and selection process of PI Certified Partners for the organization for both national and global opportunities.
After falling in love with psychometric assessments in the US Army Air Corps, Daniels spent the 1950's obsessing about workplace behavioral assessment. He brought his brainchild, the first PI Behavioral Assessment, to market in 1955.