Albert E. Cinelli sets the long-term vision for CloudJumper and focuses on the technologies we deploy. Spending most of his career as a corporate lawyer, his greatest success involved helping Kansas City-based Marion Labs grow to more than $1 billion in sales—a feat you may not expect from a simple Pennsylvania boy with Italian immigrant parents, but it’s clear Al was born with a keen eye for success.
John “JD” Helms leads the development of our distribution channel supporting both MSPs and ISVs. He has worked in the IT solutions and service sector since 2002. Not only has he run an SMB-focused MSP, but he has also project-managed and sold innumerable, large cloud-driven IT projects that included both software and hardware implementations. Before his career in the cloud, JD was nuclear machinist for the Navy.
Max Pruger runs our sales operations and puts personal emphasis on managing the MSP channel for our WaaS solution. Max began his career as a founding member of USWeb’s managed service division and was instrumental in securing a $90 million investment from Microsoft. From there, he served as Kaseya’s director of strategic accounts. Max was recently included as a CRN channel chief.
For more than 15 years, Lohn Weber has led the accounting and financing teams for us and our parent company, Q-Comm. From the beginning, his direct focus has been to raise the funds needed to feed the company’s growth engine. An endurance sport enthusiast, Lohn routinely runs 50-mile races and kayaks across entire states.
Janet Cinelli leads marketing for CloudJumper. An eight-year veteran of cloud computing, Janet held a similar role at sister company, nGenx. In 2011, she left nGenx for 16 months and joined cloud start-up nivio. There, she ran recruiting and internal communications across three continents. Prior to making the leap to the cloud, Janet spent 16 years in telecom. In both 2003 and 2004, she was recognized with a Chairman’s Circle Award for sales excellence. Janet earned her Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the William Allen White School of Mass Communications at the University of Kansas and her MBA from Keller Graduate School.