Michael Schoen Joins Neustar as Marketing Services VP; Ted Prince Comments

neustarMichael Schoen, a veteran product technology strategist, has been appointed vice president for marketing services at Neustar, reporting to Senior VP of Information Services Ted Prince.

In his new role, Schoen will lead a team in the introduction of new solutions intended to help customers improve their brand, Neustar said Tuesday.

“My plan is to create a culture that is focused on the needs of our clients and partners and to foster collaboration across the company,“ Schoen said.

Prince added,  “(Schoen's) proven ability driving innovation, building highly effective cross-functional teams and driving success for brands and agencies alike will be a valuable asset to Neustar.“

Schoen's 20-year career in advertising and product development includes work with Mediabrands Audience Platform, LookSmart, Zeal Media and Warner Elektra Atlantic.

He is a computer science graduate of Harvard University and earned his MBA from the Anderson School of Business at the University of California.

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