Andrew S. Kinnecom
Andrew S. Kinnecom is an entrepreneur with a background in hospitality and resort development, employing more than 500 individuals in his career. He owned a historic golf resort and club in North Carolina and built an 83-suite Best Western hotel in Florida. Andy was elected to Best Western's Board of Governors in Phoenix, AZ, and served on numerous non-profit and association boards. He returned to his native RI following his late wife's death in 2009 and joined Chrysalis Hospice's effort to build RI's first residential hospice house. He has mastered creating transparent credit card processing proposals and can also teach anyone to read their credit card processing statement.
Margaret Wilcox Kinnecom
Margaret Wilcox Kinnecom spent her career working in Boston as an advertising executive. Her work has been highly awarded locally and nationally. Her experience includes being a vice president/senior creative director at Hill Holliday in Boston and running an advertising freelance company. Margaret now uses her advertising expertise to market and advertise Swipe for a Cause merchants…for free.
Brad Robinson is the national Operations Manager for Swipe for a Cause. Brad joined the team in July 2013 as an account manager, and quickly caught onto the payment processing industry. Brad has dealt with hospice firsthand in the final months of his grandfathers’ lives and is passionate about giving businesses the ability to support this worthy cause.
John Sayles came to Swipe for a Cause after several years in the insurance industry. After losing his mother to ovarian cancer, he knew he wanted to make a positive difference in the world and joined the team at Swipe for a Cause. John is well known in regional hockey circles, loves to fish on Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island, and was the club champion three years in a row at the Donald Ross designed Warwick Country Club in 2013.
Alan Kerr comes to Swipe after being a Vice President for DD Distribution in Warwick, Rhode Island. Alan brings with him a strong background in Advertising and Public Relations. After a successful career in Los Angeles running his own production company, he decided to move back to Rhode Island to be close to his ailing father and "best friend." Alan was able to be there for his father while he suffered from congestive heart failure and would later pass away under hospice care.
Maddie Williams is a marketing professional who recently relocated back to Rhode Island from New York City. While in Manhattan she worked for XO Group, a media company best known for their brand, The Knot. Prior to her XO Group, Maddie worked in Event Management and Sales for Newport Harbor Corporation. She is excited to be back in the Ocean State and working for a cause she holds close to her heart.