- Executive Team
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Investopedia is the world’s leading source of financial content on the web, with more than 20 million unique visitors and 60 million page views each month.
Wholly owned by IAC (NASDAQ: IAC), Investopedia is the largest financial education website in the world. Powered by a team of data scientists and financial experts, Investopedia offers timely, trusted and actionable financial information for every investor, from early investors to financial advisors to high net worth individuals. Investopedia is operated by IAC Publishing, a collection of some of the web’s largest and most trusted digital media brands. For the latest in financial news and information, visit www.investopedia.com.
David Siegel is a digital media executive with over 18 years of experience leading organizations through innovative product development, rapid revenue growth and traffic acceleration. He is currently the CEO of Investopedia, the largest finance and investing education site, which currently reaches over 20 Million monthly unique visitors. He most recently served as President, Seeking Alpha, a crowdsourced investment research business with over 4 Million registered users. There, he oversaw all U.S.-based functions - sales, marketing, product and business development. Under his leadership, digital media sales grew by 30% and subscription sales by over 300%.
Prior to Seeking Alpha, he served as the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Everyday Health’s Local Division, which connects consumers to health care professionals. Leading a large team, for the fastest growing division of the company, he built out specialty content sites, directories and marketing services for physicians, payers and hospitals. David was previously the Senior Vice President, Strategy & Corporate Development for 1-800-Flowers.com, overseeing strategic planning, business and corporate development, marketing strategy, partnerships and analytics. Prior to that role, he served as GM, New Businesses at Duane Reade.
David has worked as a strategy consultant for Deloitte Consulting and William M. Mercer and as the Director, Organizational Development for DoubleClick. David holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics & Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Mark Ly is the COO at Investopedia where he is responsible for Investopedia’s business and technology functions. In this role he works with business owners to develop strategic initiatives and execute on major growth opportunities.
He is a veteran of Investopedia, was instrumental in shaping and growing it from a financial dictionary to a world-leading financial publisher, and played a key role in the acquisition of Investopedia by IAC. Previously, he also held the positions of VP Revenue and VP Operations & Technology.
Before Investopedia, worked as a technology consultant at Honeywell. He holds a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Alberta.
Greg Fraser is Senior Vice President, Product at Investopedia, leading product strategy to launch new offerings, enhance the user experience and maximize revenue. He most recently served as Chief Marketing Officer and head of product for private-equity owned Vertana Group, a collection of five e-commerce brands.
Prior to that Greg lead digital initiatives for brands such as Google, American Express and Capital One at agencies Huge and Digitas, including: creating Think With Google, the largest content site for Google advertisers, leading mobile product development for Lowe’s, and shaping the award winning “Woody” social media movement for T.G.I. Friday’s. He started his career in technology communications at Ogilvy and FitzGerald Communications. Greg received a B.A. from Tufts University and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School, with an emphasis on Marketing and Strategic Management. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two sons.
Scott Miller is the Chief Revenue Officer at Investopedia in charge of all global
revenue and revenue strategy working to bring the best marketing solutions that
meet our clients' business objectives. He started his media career at Ziff Davis
Media and then went on to be one of the co- founders of Professional Social
Networks, Inc., where he started the world’s first professional social network for
CIOs. This experience then led Scott to become the VP of Global Digital Sales at
Bloomberg Businessweek, where he was instrumental in doubling their digital revenue
and helped launch their social network called Business Exchange.
After Bloomberg, Scott was able to build B2C experience as the SVP of Digital Sales at North American Media Group, where he led the development and strategy of digital ad products including display, video, social, email and mobile. Just prior to Investopedia, Scott was the SVP of Sales & Marketing at IBT Media where he oversaw all global advertising sales, marketing and sponsorships for brands like Newsweek and International Business Times. Scott received a bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at Oneonta and is a huge sports buff.
editor in chief
Caleb Silver is an award winning media executive with 20 years of experience in business news, digital video programming, broadcast, documentaries, live events and branded content. He joined Investopedia in January of 2016 as the VP of Content, and was named Editor in Chief in January of 2017. He and his team are responsible for all the original content production across all media for the website.
Prior to joining Investopedia, Silver ran his own production and consulting company, which produced documentaries for cable television, branded video series, live events and consulted with media companies and private equity firms. Before that he was the Director of Business News for CNN and worked for the network for ten years in a variety of executive and management roles. He was the Executive Producer for CNNMoney.com, where he helped launch the CNNMoney Video Network. He was also a Sr. Producer on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. Silver began his business journalism career at Bloomberg News in 1997, where he worked as a senior television producer for 8 years. He is a graduate of NYU’s Carter Journalism Institute and Colgate University. He is on the Board of Governors of SABEW and a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He lives in New York City with his wife and two daughters.
Jason Kohn is the VP of Sales at Investopedia, responsible for all direct sold advertising revenue across display, video, mobile, and content. Since taking this position in 2014, he has been instrumental in building out the sales team, developing our ad suite, and formulating our go-to-market strategy – resulting in nine consecutive quarters of YoY growth. Working hand-in-hand with his top notch team of six, his goal is to bring forward-thinking marketing solutions to brands in ways that connect to the core of Investopedia as a product and audience. He previously held positions as Account Manager, West Coast Account Executive, and Sales Ops Manager.
Before Investopedia, Jason co-founded BidMetrics Media, a consulting firm that brought performance-based digital media solutions to small and local businesses. Prior to that, he served as a designs engineer for the Chevron refinery in Los Angeles, responsible for the operability, safety, and maintenance of a plant that produced over $1MM in daily product.
Jason graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and son.
Kris Isfeld is Vice President, Engineering at Investopedia where he is responsible for engineering and product development. In this role he oversees the long term technology direction and the technology architecture.
Kris has been instrumental in shaping and growing the engineering team at Investopedia. Before Investopedia, Kris worked as an engineering lead at Honeywell where he headed the Mobile Equipment Monitor Data Logger software development. He holds a BSc in Computer Science from Lakehead University and a BA in Mathematics and Philosophy from Concordia University.
Dylan Zurawell is a digital marketing professional focused on developing teams and processes that deliver audience growth. At Investopedia, he is responsible for growing the business through social media and email newsletter programs, search engine optimization and paid marketing initiatives, and publisher partnerships. Dylan’s five-year career at Investopedia has seen him hold the positions of Product Team Lead, Product Manager, Operations Manager and Marketing Director.
Prior to joining Investopedia, Dylan worked as a business analyst and project manager for the Alberta Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General on a variety of information systems, financial reporting, business process improvement and public policy initiatives. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Alberta.
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