At enosix, you’ll find that we are guided by seasoned, experienced leaders who put clients first. Our goal is to simplify your technology connections to drive top-line, and bottom-line, growth. We believe that unified experiences create more opportunities–faster.
Nick has nearly three decades of senior executive experience in technology (B2B enterprise software & SaaS) at the VP, COO, President and CEO level, in addition to independent directorships. Nick’s experiences range from early stage to public companies. His leadership style exemplifies an agile approach that has yielded outstanding growth & quantifiable bottom-line outcomes in every position. In 2007 Nick sold enterprise group chat leader, Parlano, to Microsoft, now part of Microsoft Teams. Most recently, he served as Chief Executive Officer of Firm58, Inc. and Chief Operating Officer at Halo Investing.
Loren has over 25 years of experience as both a marketing and sales executive, holding senior level leadership positions with several disruptive, hypergrowth technology companies including QLIK, Onesource, FM Systems, Phononic and Netsertive, where she worked to raise their public profile through analyst and media relations, messaging, branding, and accelerated demand generation. Loren also serves as an advisory board member to St Jude Children’s Hospital and George Washington University’s School of Business. Loren is passionate about mentoring professional men and women into leadership positions and is a public speaker specializing in diversity and inclusion. She is originally from Chicago and holds a degree in Marketing Communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Steve Hochheiser is a technology executive and dedicated leader with extensive experience directing global IT operations and implementing ERP systems at enterprise companies. He has a proven track record of success developing and executing IT strategies and partnerships designed to improve efficiency, increase sales revenue, and reduce costs.
Scott Hickman has been with enosix for nearly seven years. As one of the initial employees, Scott has taken leadership of all financial and administrative functions of the organization, including the management of human resources. In his role, he manages the back-office systems and processes of enosix, including legal, compliance, accounting, and all administrative activities. Prior to joining enosix, Scott spent over five years on staff at accounting firm, Munninghoff, Lange & Company. In addition to maintaining an active Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license, Scott also holds BS degrees in both accounting and finance from Northern Kentucky University. As a current resident and native of the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati area, Scott is an avid fan of University of Kentucky sports, the Cincinnati Reds, and the Cincinnati Bengals.
enosix Board of Directors
We’re proud to have a Board of Directors who bring proven functional expertise across a range of technology-based industries.
Bill Trainor is a co-founder of both Mutual Capital Partners and Access Ventures Fund (2000). Bill leads the business to business practice for Mutual Capital Partners and has been an active angel investor since 1997. Until starting both venture funds, Bill was Senior Vice President-Head of E-Commerce Investment Banking at McDonald Investments, an investment bank acquired by Key Corp. At McDonald Investments, he focused on consumer, retail, healthcare, and service companies working closely with companies that were using technology to expand and complement their existing business structure. Bill joined McDonald Investments in 1994 after graduating from Columbia University with an A.B. in Political Science.
He serves on several non-profit boards; the Pennsylvania Venture Capital Association Board of Directors, founded in 1982 to catalyze venture investment and entrepreneurialism in Western Pennsylvania, and Flashes of Hope, an organization dedicated to creating powerful, uplifting portraits of children fighting cancer and other life-threatening illnesses as well as funding pediatric cancer research.