Josh Bourne is a renowned thought leader on the domain name system, Internet traffic and marketing strategies, and corporate online risk management. Josh is also a frequent speaker at industry events, and is a member of the International Trademark Association’s Internet Committee. Prior to his work at Register.com, he served as the Special Assistant to David T. Kearns, former Deputy Secretary of Education, and Chairman and CEO of the Xerox Corporation. A graduate of the University of Richmond, he received a B.A. in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and a Minor in Leadership Studies. Josh lives with his wife, Blair, and their two sons and daughter in suburban Washington, DC.
Phil Lodico is widely recognized as an expert on Internet strategy, with a focus on the domain name system, online customer behavior and consumer interactions. Phil is also an active leader in domain name and Internet policy, serving as a current member of ICANN’s Business Constituency and as a member of ICANN’s 2009 Nominating Committee. A graduate of Hobart College, he received a B.A. in Economics and Psychology, receiving honors for his work in Consumer Choice Theory.
Taylor conducts industry research, analyses, and competitive comparisons to assess the real and potential value of digital assets. Combining qualitative and quantitative measurements to perform these valuations, Taylor identifies and executes on opportunities to grow the DigitalDNA business, and provide clients with expert strategic advice.
Taylor graduated from Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business with a B.S. in Business Administration, having double-majored in Finance and Management of New and Small Businesses.
Cameron conducts extensive research and analysis on a wide range of digital assets and online properties for DigitalDNA, assessing the value they hold for buyers and sellers. He also identifies new business leads and opportunities to grow DigitalDNA. Cameron holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where he majored in Finance and Marketing.
Sam is responsible for identifying ideal opportunities for both buyers and sellers by doing in-depth research and making decisions that ensure optimum deals for DigitalDNA's clients. He is meticulous and creative, bringing personality to his interactions with his clients, while also providing them with sound advice.
Having grown up in the DC area, Sam adds a unique outlook to an already versatile team. Sam was also a participant in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which has contributed to his strong work ethic and his constant pursuit of success for his clients.