Mark Sarojak is a geospatial industry executive with more than 20 years of general management, strategy, sales, and marketing experience. Mark brings a broad range of expertise to the organizations that he consults for, including operations management and workflow optimization, technology evaluation and strategy, market analysis, marketing communications, commercial pricing models, sales management, compensation plans, global sales channel development, partner alliances, and more.
Recent roles include: CEO at GeoNeo Inc., Vice President of International Sales at PIXIA Corporation, Executive Vice President at LP3, and VP of Global Sales & Marketing for BAE Systems Geospatial eXploitation Products (GXP) group.
Mark holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Wake Forest University, a M.S. in Engineering Systems from the Colorado School of Mines, and he is pursuing on-going entrepreneurial studies at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He is a former Army National Guard and Army Reserve Intelligence Officer and the founder of Geospatial San Diego (a networking group for geospatial professionals in the San Diego county region). He currently serves on the board of directors for the Always Positive® Foundation and as a member of the INSA Asia-Pacific Task Force.
Fred is a geospatial industry veteran with nearly 30 years of experience. Fred’s background includes geographic information systems and remote sensing professional services, business development, marketing and US Army engineering. Before joining GeoNeo, Fred was the defense marketing industry specialist at Esri, defense and intelligence account manager at ERDAS , then Leica Geosystems and a topographic engineer officer in the US Army Reserve. Fred holds a B.A. in Geography from Georgia State University.
While at Esri, Fred was pivotal in turning PCI Geomatics from a competitor into a valued partner. He also earned a commendation from US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) for providing assistance above and beyond.
Fred has extensive experience working with the US Department of Defense and services, US National Intelligence Agencies and leading defense contractors and commercial business involved in the geospatial community. He’s expanded his reach and knowledge to include government and business leaders involved with smart/safe cities, installations, campuses and facilities.