As you know by now, 2015 is going to be a big year for Saha Global. We’ve already begun planing our expansion to a new country and launched our Advisory Board made up of some awesome Field Rep Alumni. But, that’s not all! We have also welcomed two new people to our Board of Directors! Patrick Cahill and Mark Moeremans joined our Board this past February and have been amazing additions to our team. They both bring unique skill sets that have proven to be extremely helpful as we plan for our growth. Without further ado, meet Mark and Pat:
principal of rally point webinars & beep! directed voicemail
Patrick was elected to Saha Global’s Board of Directors in February 2014 after spending a year advising the organization on marketing. Patrick strongly believes in the power of entrepreneurship as an agent of change and empowerment having founded beep! Directed after starting and finding success in his first marketing services firm and through his work at The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship. At beep!, start-ups to publicly traded companies look to Patrick on how to implement, measure, and systematically improve scalable outreach campaigns that directly impact revenue. Patrick brings this focus in his work with Saha, ensuring the organization is implementing best practices tested and perfected in the ‘for-profit’ world. Patrick holds a B.S. degree from Babson College where he focused on Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management.
consultant at deloitte consulting
Representing Saha Field Rep Alumni, Mark was elected to Saha Global’s Board of Directors in February of 2014. Mark first got involved with Saha Global as a Field Rep in 2012 and piloted the first Solar program after winning the Saha Global Social Enterprise Competition in 2013. Mark works as a Management Consultant at Deloitte Consulting and has brought his management expertise to the organization. Mark has a passion for global development having worked across Africa, Eastern Europe, and Latin America in a variety of fields including education, resource management, technology, and community leadership. Mark believes that business and entrepreneurship are the keys to lifting communities out of poverty. Mark holds a B.S. in Philosophy and Communications from Boston College.