Rodman J. Zilenziger, Jr.
President of Rodman Media since 1993. Zilenziger, son of the Company’s founder, joined Rodman Media as an Advertising Representative in 1984. In 1987 he was named International Sales Manager. Zilenziger was named President in 1993. As President of the Company, he has launched eight titles, created more than a dozen websites, and added several conferences and tradeshows to the Rodman roster of products. Under his leadership, Rodman Media has expanded its reach to all corners of the globe through a variety of mediums. He holds a BA in English and Economics from Denison University.
|Executive Vice President / Publisher
Matthew J. Montgomery
Executive Vice President of Rodman Media since 2000. In addition to his role as EVP, he is also Publisher of Nutraceuticals World magazine. Montgomery joined Rodman Publishing in 1978 as an Advertising Representative, was promoted to Vice President of Sales in 1986, Publisher of Happi magazine in 1992 and then Group Publisher in 1996. He has been involved in all the new magazine launches and website launches at Rodman Publishing since 1995. He holds a BA Economics from Washington & Lee University.
|Vice President / Editorial Director
Tom Branna is VP/Editorial Director for Rodman Media. He has been with Rodman for more than 20 years, serving in a variety of capacities including editor of Happi. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Montclair State University.
Paul T. Simansky
Paul T. Simansky brings to Rodman Media more than 15 years of online marketing and web development experience. For the past three years, he has played a dynamic role at Rodman Media by shaping the companies’ online initiatives through programs utilizing a media mix spanning Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Ad Exchanges, Social Media and Vertical Ad Networks. Prior to Rodman Media, Simansky was the marketing/online director at Stratland Homes one of the largest privately owned homebuilders in America. Preceding Stratland Homes, Simansky worked at Medieval Times, where he oversaw the marketing, advertising, and sales department for the Lyndhurst, NJ location. Before joining Medieval Times, he served two years as the creative director of WaveMarket, Inc. now known as Location Labs, which is a location-based wireless solutions company that is financed by Draper Fisher Jurvertson, Blue Run Ventures, QUALCOMM and Intel Capital. Simansky received his B.F.A. in advertising and design from Rowan University.