Vice President General Manager
Maxx joined the company in the summer of 2010 as an Operations Intern. His experience working within numerous functions at Maxxsonics including sales, logistics, marketing, and finance, set Maxx on a path to discover everything he could about the Maxxsonics business and the way we interact with customers daily.
After high school, Maxx moved south to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He spent four years pursuing his Bachelor of Science in Management degree with a major in Finance. Upon graduation in 2015, Maxx rejoined the Maxxsonics team as the Financial Operations Manager.
Not one to sit idle for long, Maxx applied and was accepted to the Kellstadt Graduate School, part of Chicago’s DePaul University, Driehaus College of Business. In the spring of 2017, Maxx received his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with concentrations in Finance.
Maxx graduated and returned to a full-time role within the Maxxsonics Finance and Business Analytics groups. In the spring of 2017, Maxx’s expertise in project management and business forecasting standards are guiding Maxxsonics’ success in strengthening the bridge between our internal processes and Maxxsonics global sourcing partners. In February of 2020, Maxx was appointed to Vice President General Manager and now heads the global operations of Maxxsonics, while collaborating with other crucial team members in positioning company growth.
Maxx’s Best Piece of Gear
Maxx enjoys music as much as anyone, but his passion has always been hockey. He tells us his best piece of gear is a stick, a hockey stick signed by Bobby Hull. When Maxx was 7, he was invited to play a quick match in the United Center, between periods at a Blackhawks game. The best part, HE SCORED and thousands of people were cheering with lights spinning and buzzers blaring. Maxx also treasures his two jerseys signed by Dennis Savard and Bobby Hull.
Maxx’s Dream Concert
Like a lot of people, Maxx is anxious for the summer festival with Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, and Van Halen at the Chicago Stadium.