Watch an Interview of Bill Schawbel
Prior to founding The Schawbel Corporation, Bill Schawbel held senior management positions with The Gillette Company including President of Gillette-Japan and President of Braun North America. His marketing and management experience includes significant contributions to many of Gillette’s divisions within the U.S. and internationally with particular success in the areas of acquisitions and new business development.
Bill is a 1961 graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and has served his alma mater as a Trustee, Chair of the Board of Overseers, School of Veterinary Medicine, and Co-Chair of the James Brister Society.
Bill is also an alumnus of the Boston Latin
School where he has served as President of the School’s Foundation and
he has chaired its Capital Campaign Committee. He is past chair of
Junior Achievement of Northern New England, past vice chair of the
Boston Museum of Science and past chair of the Blue Hills Trailside
Museum of the Massachusetts Audubon Society and a Board member of the
Center for Women and Enterprise and several other organizations.
Schawbel proudly served his country as a captain in the U.S. Army.
Tom has a wide range of industry experience including manufacturing, consumer product companies and service businesses. He is intimately familiarwith all operational and financial aspects of The Schawbel Corporation.
Tom earned a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in accounting from Bentley College and an MBA from Babson College. He is active in his local community as a member of his Town's Planning Board and serves as a coach in local recreational programs for his children, including coaching local grade school basketball teams.
Prior to joining Schawbel, Stephen was employed by The Gillette Company for seventeen years, most recently as Assistant Director of the Advanced Technology Lab. In this capacity Steve managed a group of engineers, scientists, technicians and machinists that developed consumer products for a variety of Gillette’s divisions. Steve was also responsible for program management and budgeting for the Laboratory. Before joining Gillette, Steve was a Senior Engineer with Becton-Dickinson & Co. for six years.
Steve earned a Bachelor of Science degree from
Baldwin Wallace College in Berea, Ohio. He is an avid bicyclist and
hiker who also enjoys baking bread in which he utilizes his own wild
Prior to joining HealthGate, Veronica was CFO and Treasurer at Infinium, Inc., a provider of e-business solutions and an application service provider. Prior to Infinium, she was Vice President of Operations at Renaissance Worldwide, Inc., a global leader in business and technology consulting services. Veronica also served as CFO and Treasurer of Town & Country Corporation, as well as CFO and Vice President of Finance at DRI/McGraw-Hill. Earlier Veronica held senior finance positions at Wang and Digital Equipment Corporation.
Veronica earned a BS in accounting and economics
from Waynesburg College in Waynesburg, PA, and an MBA from Western New
England College in Springfield, MA. She is a Board member of Junior
Achievement of Northern New England and a visiting instructor for
Fitchburg State College.
Allegra Wechsler Lowitt
Prior to joining The Schawbel Corporation, Allegra worked as a Manager of Retail consulting at Accenture (formerly Anderson Consulting) and previously at Diamond Technology Partners, where she was an Associate Consultant. As a consultant, Allegra’s scope of engagements included large consumer retailers such as Sears and Rite Aid where she consulted on a variety of challenges ranging from eCommerce to supply chain management.
Prior to consulting, she worked on Wall Street as a Financial Analyst in Smith Barney’s Equity Research Department specializing in the Food Retailing group where she followed supermarkets and drugstores.
Allegra earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna
cum laude, in International Political Science from Columbia University
in New York. She also earned an MBA in Marketing from the Universtiy of
Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.