Charlie is an author who has written the thriller novels, NOT SO DEAD and NOT SO GONE. Charlie’s 24 year background in tech, degree in philosophy and love of fast-paced thrillers are the brew that created NOT SO DEAD and NOT SO GONE.
The following gives you more of a sense of Charlie’s history than you probably care to know:
As founder of Pathfinder Consulting Group, L.L.C. in 1995, Charlie has directed his efforts towards business consulting and growing businesses on the Internet. Charlie and Pathfinder have helped companies double and triple their sales while reducing costs and improving Customer Service. Pathfinder builds, maintains, and markets multi-million dollar websites together with providing Strategic Planning and Business Development services.
Pathfinder’s clients, past and present, include Dell, Intel, Sanofi-Aventis, the United Nations, FocusedBuyer, Hamilton Jewelers, Stanley, Burpee, Carlson Craft and Mr. Clean.
He gives presentations to business groups and educational organizations on Online Marketing, business management, and the Internet. His avid enthusiasm for these areas makes him a sought-after speaker at corporations, local and international events sponsored by the Young Presidents Organization and at business seminars across the U.S. Charlie was also on the Board of Directors of the World Presidents Organization and President of the area chapter of Business Networking International. As part of his diverse interests, Charlie served on the Governing Board of Directors of the Chicago Art Institute. He is also an avid Poker player.
Charlie coauthored Harvard Graphics in Business, published by Simon & Schuster in 1991 and his presentation on Poker in Business was the highest-rated presentation of the year at the New Jersey YEO Chapter. He also served as editor of two national publications, The Energy Cost Cutter and The Computer Price Alert. Charlie was also one of the first online Editors for the Washington Post.
A Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Rochester with a Bachelors Degree in Philosophy and Ancient Greek. He also attended Boston College Law School. He lives in New Jersey with his wife, Amy, and has two sons, too far away in California.