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Cathie Brunnick

Cathie Brunnick
Founder and Chief Operating Officer

Cathie Brunnick is a founder and serves as Chief Operating Officer at Patheos.com.   She leads finance, operations, human resources and site operations.  She also drives all marketing efforts - including industry-leading social media approaches - that have built Patheos from scratch to a 4,000,000 unique-monthly-visitor website, all without a dollar of advertising or key-word spend.

Prior to Patheos.com, Cathie held a series of Sales Leadership roles at cutting edge technology companies:

  1. Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Business Development at Mersive Technologies
  2. Vice President of Global Channels and Alliances at Vignette Corporation
  3. Vice President of Sales and Alliances at TeleTech
  4. Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at USA.NET
  5. Senior-level positions at Pivotal Corporation and J.D. Edwards and Company.

She holds a master's degree from the University of Colorado and a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of the Pacific.

Works by Cathie Brunnick
Getting past limitations
Cathie Brunnick | November 06, 2014
Are your limitations really hard and fast limitations, or do they hold you back because......
One step at a time
Cathie Brunnick | November 05, 2014
Are you concerned about making a mistake? Good! The situations where you’re most likely......
The most productive day
Cathie Brunnick | November 04, 2014
Think of what it feels like on the day before you leave to go on a long-awaited and......
Step back
Cathie Brunnick | October 07, 2013
Your thoughts shape your life, and you have the power to exercise complete control over......
Make the Moment - How Churches can get Involved
Cathie Brunnick | April 23, 2013
Make the Moment can help you unlock the skills & talents in your congregation. With that......
Why I Am a Freethinker
Cathie Brunnick | April 10, 2013
By Chris Highland As a former "person of faith" who no longer has a "faith tradition" I......
Liar, Lunatic, Lord
Cathie Brunnick | September 18, 2012
his other part of my religious upbringing, this Jesus Christ, was a much trickier horse......