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OUR TEAM

Shari Boyer

CEO

Email: sboyer@goodsolutionsgroup.com
Favorite Outdoor Activities: hiking, running, camping

Shari has an extensive background in sales, marketing, and product management including Brand Management positions at Nestle and Proctor & Gamble. Shari was one of the initial employees of Imagitas and during her 7 year tenure she helped forge their strong relationship with the U.S. Postal Service and started their sales force. Shari has a BA in Economics and an MA in Sociology both from Stanford University.

Chris Boyer

President and CMO

Email: cboyer@goodsolutionsgroup.com
Favorite Outdoor Activities: hiking with my family, running, fishing with my boys, exploring tidal pools

Christopher is a career marketing executive with extensive management, marketing and brand strategy experience. As Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Public Storage (NYSE: PSA) for almost 7 years, Christopher headed the company’s national marketing, and helped launch two new product lines, as well as the company's first fully-transactional consumer website. Prior to Public Storage, he held several positions in advertising, marketing and event management, and was the youngest Tournament Director on the women’s professional tennis tour. Christopher has a BA from Syracuse University and attended the Peter Drucker School of Management Executive MBA Program.

Emily Eisenberg

Product Director

Email: eeisenberg@goodsolutionsgroup.com
Favorite Outdoor Activities: Swimming, hiking & gardening

Emily has a unique background in the fields of publishing and product development. At The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Emily developed an extensive line of paper products and illustrated books based on the museum’s vast holdings. When she moved to LA she landed at The Disney Company where she managed the highly profitable collectibles business for their chain of retail stores. She enjoys spending time outside with her family, exploring new destinations. Emily has a BA in Art History from Vassar College.

Marci Grzelecki

Business Development

Email: mgrzelecki@goodsolutionsgroup.com
Favorite Outdoor Activities: Walking, biking and gardening

Marci brings more than 25 years of sales, marketing and media experience to GSG. Marci started her career in radio and television, and grew to be a career relocation manager at Procter and Gamble. Marci is a graduate of the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a concentration in Advertising. She is married with two children. Marci enjoys taking long walks and has a new-found interest in yoga. And if you’ve ever wondered if Elvis is still alive; he’s not, just ask Marci.

Dave Brown

Software Engineer

Favorite Outdoor Activities/Hobbies: Camping, Rock Climbing & Kitesurfing

Dave brings 11 years of Software & Web Application Development experience to the GSG team. He started programming at the age of 12 and has since continued to be fascinated by technology and software development. Some of his undergraduate research includes building an autonomous submersible craft used to navigate and inspect the cores of nuclear reactors. In his spare time, he enjoys building applications that improve the lives of people. Dave studied Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Missouri University of Science & Technology.

Ian Richer

Creative Director

Favorite Outdoor Activities: Road biking, mountain biking, rock climbing

As creative director, Ian Richer incorporates forward-thinking strategies to evolve brands in the digital space. His specialty is digital design, advertising and strategy, but with a background in typography and publication design, thanks to NYC’s School of Visual Arts. Ian’s bold spirit has always stood front and center as he’s lead music projects alongside Virgin Records, developed not-for-profit collateral for the United Nations and USAID and trekked across the Nepalese and Tibetan Himalayas.