DAVID A. STEINBERG
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Prior to founding XL Marketing, Mr. Steinberg founded InPhonic, the largest seller of wireless phones and communications products and services on the Internet, with annual revenue in excess of $400 million. InPhonic was #1 on Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies in 2004, the year it went public on the NASDAQ. Mr. Steinberg also served as chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sterling Cellular, a B2B and retail wireless communications provider, and Sterling Communications, a communications telemarketing company. Mr. Steinberg was named the Greater Washington Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for communications in 2002. He currently sits on the Board of Directors of Faster Cures of the Milken Institute, the Greater Washington Sports Alliance, Cupcake Digital, and the Board of Trustees of Washington & Jefferson College and previously served on the Board of Directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Steinberg holds a B.S. from Washington & Jefferson College.
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Mr. Gerber is the former Chief Operating Officer of Active Response Group, where he led the day-to-day management and the turnaround efforts of the company until its assets were acquired by XL Marketing in 2009. Mr. Gerber came to ARG from TRANZACT, LLC, one of the leading customer acquisition companies in the US, where he served as SVP of Marketing and worked with leading brands such as Verizon, Prudential, AIG, Countrywide and Humana. Mr. Gerber was a co-founder and COO of HotSocket Inc. a pioneer in performance-based digital marketing. He has also worked in leadership roles at Digitas Inc. and Bain & Co. Mr. Gerber holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA from Columbia University.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Mr. Spring joined CAIVIS Acquisition Corp in 2009. Previously Mr. Spring served as the SVP-Divisional CFO at InPhonic Inc., where he was responsible for accounting, inventory, billing operations, and Sarbanes-Oxley implementation functions, as well as integrating accounting systems of acquired companies and many aspects of InPhonic's successful IPO. Prior to joining InPhonic, Mr. Spring held various industry and independent contractor positions including leading a 10-person consulting team at MCI Inc. during its successful financial restatement in 2004 and served in senior financial management positions at ER Labs, GPC Systems Inc., Equant Inc., and Excel Holdings Inc. Previously Mr. Spring held various positions in public accounting, specializing in audits of small businesses, non-profits, and state and local government agencies. Mr. Spring holds a B.B.A. in Accounting from Radford University and is a licensed CPA in Virginia. He is an active member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants.
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL COUNSEL
Mr. Berger joined CAIVIS Acquisition Corporation in 2008. Mr. Berger began his professional career by practicing law at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice, Baker & McKenzie and Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP where he was a partner in the corporate and securities group. He counseled clients on mergers and acquisitions, private equity financings and public and private offerings of equity and debt securities involving over a billion dollars of capital and over one hundred transactions. Mr. Berger was an owner, the Vice President and General Manager in charge of operations of a residential construction subcontractor with annual revenues in excess of $20M. Mr. Berger founded and was President of Fairmont Advisors, Inc. ("FAI"), a consulting company that help small and mid-sized companies with operational, financial and transactional support. He holds a JD/MBA (finance) from New York University and a BA from Emory University.
Mr. DiMaio was co-founder and CEO of SpireVision who joined XL Education in connection with its acquisition of that company in 2009. Prior to founding SpireVision, Mr. DiMaio spent several years as a Senior Vice President and partner of TranzAct Media, where he forged relationships with the largest publishers and advertisers online and built ongoing campaigns for Sprint, BMG, Matchmaker and many others. His vision and leadership helped TranzAct become a leading provider of online marketing solutions. Prior to co-founding TranzAct, Mr. DiMaio developed a prominent reputation in cyberspace as a Sales Manager for Freeride.com, a leading online marketing and loyalty site. Mr. DiMaio managed a small sales force that was responsible for a significant percent of the company's online sales. Before joining Freeride, he worked in Finance for Quick & Reilly Investments and Alliance Capital, earning the Series 7, 63 & 65 licenses. Mr. DiMaio holds a B.S. from Boston College.
CHIEF STRATEGY OFFICER
Mr. Neuner was a co-founder and president of Spire Vision and joined XL Education in connection with its acquisition of the company in 2009. Prior to joining Spire Vision in 2004, Mr. Neuner spent several years managing search engine, partnership and affiliate marketing programs for WebMD, where he leveraged those programs to acquire thousands of physicians for Medscape and millions of consumers for WebMD Health content and subscription services. Previously Mr. Neuner negotiated and managed strategic partnerships with AOL and MSN for CDNOW/Bertelsmann AG. Mr. Neuner has been a frequent speaker at search technology conferences and holds a B.S. from Cornell University.