Management Team

Founded by Geoff Grow in 2001, Service Objects continues to pursue its mission of data quality excellence under the expert direction of our leadership team.

Geoffrey Grow remembers dreaming about the infinite expansion series as a child. Geoff soon became fascinated with computers, a natural extension for a born mathematician. At age 14, Geoff wrote the code for a video game that he eventually sold on CompuServe.

Following his passions and nurturing his talents, Geoff earned his Bachelor of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Hartford. He also co-founded InterAxis, one of California’s top 10 startups in 1997, which he later sold to Infranor.

Meet the Team

Geoff Grow

Founder & CEO

“There is really no secret to our approach. We keep moving forward – opening up new doors and doing things, because we are curious. And curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. We’re always exploring and experimenting.”
– Walt Disney

Geoff fell in love with numbers at an early age, a fascination that soon extended to computers, programming, and problem-solving. By age 14, Geoff had written code for a video game that he eventually sold on CompuServe. He co-founded InterAxis, selected as one of California’s top 10 start-ups in 1997 which was later sold to Infranor.

Driven to solve problems of inefficiency and waste through mathematical equations, Geoff founded Service Objects in 2001. Since then, Service Objects has validated and improved more than 6 billion contact records for over 3,000 clients.

Geoff drives the leadership team to success at Service Objects. He wears many hats including product visionary, mentor and math wizard. An avid outdoorsman, Geoff can often be found on his bicycle or playing beach volleyball.

Carolyn Healey

Chief Revenue Officer

“Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.”
– Henry Ford
With over 25 years experience in marketing in the technology sector, Carolyn is responsible for developing and executing marketing activities that drive business growth, increase brand awareness and strengthen the position of Service Objects as a leader in real-time contact validation. Carolyn also has the honor of communicating the awesome company culture that is key to Service Objects’ success.

Chris Morales

Director of Operations

“Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.”
– Dalai Lama
Chris manages the day-to-day operations of Service Objects and leads our customer care department to ensure team responsiveness and client satisfaction. Recognizing that a happy, empowered team is better equipped to respond to and help clients, Chris always goes the extra mile to ensure that each employee is happy in their position and has access to the tools needed to perform at their best.

Jonas Shaefer

Director of Engineering

“We’re all just stories, in the end. Just make it a good one, eh?”
– Doctor Who
Jonas leads our R&D and Applications Engineering departments. He’s one busy guy who always stays cool under pressure. Jonas puts his engineering expertise to work, ensuring that every Service Objects product meets our unyielding standard of reducing waste through data quality excellence.

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