Chris Kauza

Chris Kauza is Vice President of Social Media and Marketing at Fett Marketing, a U.S. firm focused on enriching and growing business relationships. Previously, Chris was was the Vice President for Technology and the Western Regions for ACS, where he led a 600-person organization that had broad responsibilities of aligning IT infrastructure and operations to client-specific business strategies. Prior to ACS, he was at Sun Microsystems, where he helped grow the Cloud Computing and Managed Services groups domestically and internationally.

Chris' background includes marketing, solution planning and delivery, business growth and management, partnership development and strategic sales. His industry experience includes: Telecommunications, Financial Services, Manufacturing, New Media, Entertainment and Gaming, Health Care, Retail, Government and Defense-related sectors.

His credentials include an ITIL Manager's certification, Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, an MS in Public Policy Analysis from the University of Rochester and an MBA in Marketing from Pepperdine University.

Chris is a Founding Board member of Ubuntu Now, a non-profit organization that actively promotes the practice and principles of peace and kindness, with direct focus on victims of trauma and violence, creating economic opportunities for marginalized and underprivileged classes, and support for other social causes that provide stability to our world.

For more information, please visit FettMarketing.com.

Entries by Chris Kauza

Today’s Brilliance from Chris Kauza

To laugh often and much. My objective in life is to be happy at the end of each day. It’s easier on some days than on others. Choose financial abundance and make no excuses. Go for and pursue “money”, if you want. However, first understand “what” money is and “why” you are pursuing it. You can never be poor enough to help someone else and attaining the money is really only the beginning. When given a choice, take the risk! You and your life will be better for it. It is easier to tear something down, than it is to… Read more.