About djupah

  • Industry AdvertisingBranded EntertainmentDigitalMediaTelevision
  • Sector Branded EntertainmentBusiness DevelopmentConsumer MarketingIntegrated MarketingStrategic Partnerships
  • Preferred Job Title CEO (Chief Executive Officer)CPO (Chief People Officer)Executive Vice PresidentPresidentSenior Vice President


My unique journey in traditional and new media has taken me from being the youngest affiliate TV station President & GM in the history of the NBC Television Network…to being named one of Ad Age magazine’s Top 25 Internet Marketing Executives.  Along the way, I’ve led a wide array of media concerns, from TV stations to Internet and Health Tech start-ups.

I’m currently NYC-based Remedy Health Media’s EVP, Healthcare Markets, running my division out of its Austin, TX, office. Reporting to the CEO, I lead the strategy and sales team consulting with C-Level execs of the world’s top med device, clinical trials, hospitals, insurance, pharmacy, diagnostics, and tech firms on their online and point-of-care patient engagement and recruitment needs.

Previously, I was the founding President/CEO and a member of the Board of Directors of VisionWeb, the leading visioncare eMarketplace. Prior to that, I was the COO of drkoop.com, where I was drafted to co-lead the road show for the company’s successful $97 Million IPO.

Before my work online, I orchestrated what CBS called its “best TV station affiliation switch performance”, increasing the value of a media property by $100M in just 4 years as its sole President. I served both as national Technology Chair of the CBS Affiliates Board of Directors and President of the Illinois Broadcasters Association.

At Bradley University, I graduated as valedictorian of my class in just 3 years, and possess unique soft skills via being a former national collegiate champion in Persuasive Speaking. I’m comfortable on either side of the desk of global C-level offices, boardrooms or agencies seeking experienced corporate leadership, business development, or board membership.