Owner Mark Beck oversees all operations at Stellar WebDev. Prior to forming their company, Mark had 10 years experience in programming, database design and systems analysis in the construction and financial services industries. In addition, he has over seven years experience in sales and marketing for a major financial services firm.
Joyce Beck co-developed the region’s first webmaster certification program in 1996 at New Jersey Institute of Technology. She has taught web skills to adult learners for the Continuing Education department and to undergraduate students in the Information Technology B.S. degree program at Fairleigh Dickinson University, while also serving as their Campus Webmaster. During her career, she has served small businesses, non-profits, and educational and government organizations as an information systems consultant. Joyce has a B.A. in mathematics, a teaching certificate in secondary education, and a Masters Certificate in administrative science.
In addition to her position at Stellar WebDev, Jeanne Gray is the publisher of American Entrepreneurship Today®, covering entrepreneurship and innovation at both the national and state levels, providing online news, information, and resources for each state’s entrepreneurial tech ecosystem.
Over the course of her career, Jeanne has built three companies, following her financial training at a top NYC bank which she joined after her graduation from Cornell University. She then attended New York University Stern School of Business for her MBA in finance. Her first company was pre-Internet, a display and design company in the cosmetic industry serving clients such as Chanel, Elizabeth Arden, and start-ups such as Trich McEvoy. Departing her family business Jeanne re-built a local computer networking company into a nationwide technical service company serving clients such as Barnes & Noble, Coinstar, and American Express. Following the company’s sale, Jeanne began her consulting company that included the launch of NJEntrepreneurship.com that was honored by the US Small Business Administration and in 2016 she received a White House press credential for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Silicon Valley, covering President Obama’s appearance. In 2018 she was honored as one of NJBIZ’s Top Fifty Women in Business.