Jason, known around the office as just “Diller,” is The DSM Group’s Chief Growth Officer. He only has this title because Chief Disruption Officer didn’t get approved.
Diller can be broken down into a few parts:
- 42% strategist
- 37% thinker
- 33.5% marketer
- 21% technologist
- 17% entrepreneur
- 15.5% bullet point list developer
- 9.5% project manager
What, you’re not here for the math, are you?
What I do here
As the Chief Growth Officer, I spend a lot of time wondering if I could optimize my title any further. After a detailed analysis, I’m sticking with C.G.O.
Day to day, I focus on a few things: our clients’ business and marketing goals, leading an amazing team of marketers and continuing to position The DSM Group as one of the best marketing agencies in the NJ/NYC area.
I spend a lot of time creating strategies, fine-tuning tactics, learning about new technology and diving deep into big data. But it’s cool… I’m an awesome swimmer. Fun Fact: I lifeguarded down the shore in Lavallette, NJ for 7 summers.
I’m passionate about sharing my knowledge at conferences, meetups and events. From C-Suite executives to college freshmen, I’m always open to exploring speaking opportunities.
Who I am
I’ll start with this… I’m in love. My fiancée’s name is Maria and she’s the most amazing person I’ve ever met. She’s as kind as she is wise.
People would describe me as smart, confident, hardworking and witty. I’m pretty sarcastic, but deep down, I’m a solid guy that loves my family, my friends, my job and the people I work with. I feel blessed every day and I never take anything for granted.
What I’m into
I like fast cars, the beach, R&B and Hip Hop music. I’m also better at table tennis than anyone at your office. Don’t believe me? Reach out to me and let’s set up a time to play. Bring your money, leave your pride at home.
I read a lot of books… mostly about marketing, branding, leadership and management. I’ve probably learned more in the last 4 years than I did in the previous 10. I’m obsessed with learning… getting better… mastering the craft of mastering things. #kaizen