Prior to founding Small World Labs, Michael served as the Director of Product Management at Coremetrics, a leading provider of web analytics solutions. As head of the group, Michael's responsibilities included delivering new products and services, evaluating new markets, and assessing partner technologies. Before Coremetrics, Michael founded Wilson & Company, a return on investment consulting company. Prior to that, Michael was a management consultant for R. B. Webber & Company (a spin-off of McKinsey and Boston Consulting Group associates) where he led projects for high-tech companies, including Hewlett-Packard, Sprint, FedEx, ReSound (a hearing assistance accessories provider), and several start ups that were later acquired by larger companies, such as Cisco and Vignette.
Michael holds a B.A. in economics with summa cum laude and departmental honors from Yale University, and has also completed studies at Oxford University.
Prior to joining Small World Labs, Miles held various positions at AT&T including roles on the U-verse IPTV team and the product marketing team working directly with Yahoo! on the AT&T Yahoo! Partnership. After his time at AT&T, Miles successfully launched and managed his own start-up company in the social commerce and online apparel arena. Miles has an extensive product background that includes social media technologies, web services, online security products, online communications services and is considered a thought leader in creative solution finding in today's more complicated social media environment.
Miles holds a B.S. in Communications from Tarleton State University.
Charlie N. Browning leads the Small World Labs Community Engagement team, helping all clients with strategy, execution, management and growth of their communities. Charlie is a senior marketing strategist with extensive experience providing integrated digital marketing, social media and web solutions. A creative thinker that is focused on pragmatic solutions to business challenges, Charlie moves smoothly from community strategies, to social and awareness campaigns and everything in between.
In 1994 he co-founded Adjacency, a successful web design agency, which eventually sold to Sapient, global services company. Charlie spent several years at Dell, working on Dell.com and it’s global, multilingual variants in 80 countries, 20 languages and 40 currencies. Other clients include: HP, 3M, AMD, Hitachi, KCI Medical, Synopsys, and World Vision. He's enjoyed helping customers in many industries and markets compete, including many types of non-profits, international medical companies, and software and hardware technology companies.
Charlie also enjoys time with his family outdoors, Israeli Krav Maga classes and practicing his (poor) Spanish with family in Argentina.