Omicelo believes 7 Pillars are necessary to grow and hold up your business: Strategy, Technology, Communications, Finance, Legal, Capital and most importantly People.
With expertise at each of the 7 Pillars the Omicelo growth strategy is simple: Help you make your dreams come true by operating with Excellence every day.
CEO & Co-Founder
Steven has been on the cutting entrepreneurial edge for ten years. His first foray, an advertising arbitration between Google and Amazon, led him to invest in real estate in his home state of New York through Simple Money, LLC. Later, Steve led the coordination of a multi-million dollar industrial warehouse complex outside of Madrid before joining Goldman Sachs' technology team.
After graduating St. Francis University with a BS in accounting, Patrick worked for an IRA administrator coming up with productive investment methods for retirement accounts. He focused on real estate, crowdfunding, and oil & gas opportunities. Patrick entered the entrepreneurship world with RentRef to manage the user experience with the technology team.
John’s career in media innovation began at USA Today, where he worked on the breaking news team, publishing A1 lead stories that won the Society of Professional Journalist’s top national award. After working in print and online, and in broadcast affairs at The White House, John led the creation of a print & online magazine, Forum Magazine. John worked as a 2014 Pittsburgh Coro Fellow on entrepreneurship and economic development projects.
Christine started her career at Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, where she helped execute the Three Rivers Arts Festival. After graduating Muhlenberg College, Christine spent three years in New York as a performer, outreach educator and finance associate for the CityYear Inc. Now, she works as a Pittsburgh Coro Fellow as a member of a highly competitive public service program. She is responsible for Omicelo’s engagement and charitable efforts.