Veronica Zsolcsak

President - Schawbel Companies

Veronica is our President and has over 40 years of financial and business operations experience, including positions as Chief Financial and Operations Officer for publicly held corporations. Her previous industry experience includes manufacturing, software services, consulting, and healthcare services.

Prior to joining Schawbel, Veronica was CFO and Treasurer for HealthGate Data Corp. She also held similar positions at Infinium, Inc. and Renaissance Worldwide, Inc., Town & Country Corporation, and DRI/McGraw-Hill. Earlier in her career, she held senior financial positions at Wang Laboratories and Digital Equipment Corporation building on her manufacturing and financial experience at General Tire and Rubber Company.

Veronica has extensive experience in all aspects of business strategic planning, tactical implementation, operations, and finance. She recognizes that the ever-changing competitive market environment requires continuous innovations and adaptations of companies along with superior leadership skills. Veronica has been able to provide clarity and influence positive change in her various positions, including the product development efforts for the ThermaCELL Heated Products line at Schawbel. She is named on 44 patent filings, which reflect her creativity and ability to lead product development activities.

As President of the Schawbel Companies, she oversees the acquisition and/or development efforts to discover and market disruptive technology for consumer products. In addition, Veronica oversees all aspects of the consulting business from contract to completion. She has managed over 80 unique client projects that have covered companies ranging in size from start-ups to $14 billion in revenue through Schawbel’s globally positioned consulting organization.

Veronica earned a BS in Accounting and Economics from Waynesburg University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Western New England University. She has also attended the Kellogg Women’s Director Development Program at Northwestern University.