SponsorPay Welcomes Mike Pollack and David Diaz to the Team

We’re very happy to announce two new hires to the publisher team. Mike Pollack will be managing current partnerships as Director of Key Accounts while David Diaz will focus on growing the SponsorPay network as Senior Manager, Business Development. We’re very excited to have both of them on board!

David Diaz

David is a Stanford graduate with a wide encompassing academic and professional background. He began his career at TechCrunch writing for its various properties and developing its wiki-style database of startups and tech entities, CrunchBase. From TC, David went on to work at social and mobile game developer Booyah! as Head of Corporate Communications and, most recently, assisted game developer Metamoki in marketing and business development.

When David isn’t hard at work, he’s often seen frequenting AT&T Park to cheer on Tim Lincecum and the San Francisco Giants.

Mike Pollack

Mike joins us from Adknowledge, where he was a Senior Account Manager. Previously, he managed client relations at CPX Interactive. He’s an expert on user acquisition and virtual currency monetization and brings with him years of experience from the advertiser side of the business.

Mike began honing his business skills at Yeshiva University where he studied finance and accounting, and also had the privilege of interning for NBC Universal.

Like David, Mike is also a sports fanatic.

We’re still looking to fill a number of open positions in Berlin and San Francisco – visit our Careers Page now!

 

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