Meet the Team

Dailybreak Media’s Management Team

John FedermanChairman & CEO
What is your role at Dailybreak?
Building on a background of driving revenue and profit through innovative media platforms, I am responsible for the company’s strategic direction, growth and corporate vision.

Where were you prior to Dailybreak?
My past experience includes being CEO of Searchandise Commerce (sold to Rich Relevance), innovators of paid search for retail sites; CEO of Click-to-Call pioneer eStara through its  acquisition by Art Technology Group (ATG); Co-founder, president and CEO of Dotomi; CEO of NewMediary through its sale to CNet Networks; President and CEO of AdSmart, driving tenfold growth and sale to Engage.  I started at Ziff-Davis Publishing serving in many roles, ultimately as publisher of PC Week.
What excites you about Dailybreak?
There’s a lot that excites me at Dailybreak: the product, the team and the opportunity, of course. But above all is being witness to the way that consumers engage when they raise their hands for gamified content … actions are amplified and everyone wins.
Jared StenquistCTO/Founder
What do you do at Dailybreak?
As CTO, I am responsible for keeping all systems running, and managing emerging issues as they arise.

Where were you before Dailybreak?
I work as the advisor to several startups, and served on the technology team for the 2008 Mitt Romney Presidential Campaign, building the “Five Brothers Blog”, one of the most popular presidential campaign blogs to date. I also have a strategic development firm and have built a range of applications including CallerIDtest and Parktap.
What's your favorite part of Dailybreak?
Working at Dailybreak gives me the opportunity experiment with new technologies and directly utilize them to help our company and clients get better results with less cost.
Boris RevsinEVP/Founder
What is your role at Dailybreak?
I am the Executive Vice President of Business Development and Strategy.  I work with major accounts and content partners to create enormous value on both sides. I am directly involved in marketing and sales process, and oversee efforts to grow our reach and distribution across all demographics.

What brought you to Dailybreak?
I have been an entrepreneur for as long as I can remember. Dailybreak, in all of its previous forms and iterations, was the natural outlet for us to express our desire to create a world-changing business.

What's your favorite part of Dailybreak?
I love working at Dailybreak because of the amazing team we’ve built across the entire company. I believe we have some of the brightest minds in our industry working to create the engagement platform for the future!

Josh GinsbergVice President, Sales
What do you do at Dailybreak?
As VP of Sales, I’m responsible for managing the overall sales process, setting appropriate metrics and implementing sales strategies with our team to achieve quarterly goals. In addition, I maintain key customer relationships, develop and implement strategies for expanding the company’s customer base.

Where were you prior to Dailybreak?
Prior to joining Dailybreak, I was a top sales performer in the beverage industry at the Boston Beer Company.
What's your favorite part of Dailybreak?
Tough one, because there is so much goodness here. However, my favorite part of working at Dailybreak would have to be working together with our passionate team of entrepreneurs to transform the conversation between brands and consumers. Seeing how far we have come is impressive, but it is nothing compared to what we are going to accomplish.
Nancy LibermanChief Marketing Officer
What do you do at Dailybreak?
As CMO, I manage  the company’s branding and positioning, corporate communications, lead generation, sales support and product marketing initiatives.

Where were you prior to Dailybreak?
I worked at email marketing company IMN as CMO, and prior to that, I worked as Vice President, Marketing at Searchandise Commerce, held senior marketing roles at eStara through its acquisition by ATG, EnvoyWorldWide and Clarke & Company Public Relations. My career began at  Ziff Davis Publishing in a variety of sales and marketing roles supporting PC Week.
What's your favorite part of Dailybreak?
What stands out to me the most is the energy of the team. Everyone is pulling in the same direction, and is having a great time doing so.